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A multitude of situations may have you wondering how to implement best practices for using your Atlassian tools in the cloud. Maybe your organization just migrated from an on-premise Atlassian instance and now has access to many new apps in the marketplace, along with new capabilities that the cloud environment offers. Or, maybe you're hoping to beef up your operations processes with request and incident management. 

No matter the situation, if you’re in the, “What should I do next?” stage, don't fret. We have some advice for you on how to move forward with your new Atlassian Cloud instance(s), in the form of a webinar! Bonus: It's recorded, so you don't have to register and then remember to tune in. 


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3 Agile & DevOps Best Practices for Success in Atlassian Cloud

So your organization has taken an important step and is seriously considering a migration to Atlassian Cloud. Or perhaps you've already begun the migration process. Whether you're just starting your initial research, or you're further along in your cloud adoption journey, at some point it will become apparent that you're not going to just migrate and return to business as usual. Your favorite Atlassian tools—Jira, Confluence, Trello, and Bitbucket, to name a few—will have new features and functionality that are quite a bit different in the cloud. If this sounds like a familiar scenario, you're going to want to check out our recent webinar.

In this online panel discussion, featuring experts from StarCIO, Appfire, and Isos Technology, our speakers explore three critical best practices for achieving success once you've migrated to Atlassian Cloud. They touch on how to seamlessly transition Agile, DevOps, and ITSM practices so that teams can take charge of their collaborative workflows and establish effective processes that empower all departments across your organization. The panelists cover the following topics:

  • Reporting 
  • Automation 
  • DevOps & CI/CD Integration 
  • ...and more!

Watch this webinar to learn about what goes into achieving optimal success, so you can maximize your ROI and ensure collaboration and agility between all teams in your company. 

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Who Are These Experts?

Issac Sacolick
Founder and President, StarCIO

Isaac is the author of the Amazon bestseller, Driving Digital: The Leader’s Guide to Business Transformation Through Technology, and has written over five hundred articles as a contributing editor at InfoWorld and Social, Agile and Transformation. He keynotes on digital transformation topics and helps business, technology, and digital leaders drive culture, practice, and technology changes.

Isaac Sacolick
President, StarCIO

Steve Kling
Head of Product Engineering, Appfire

Steve is an Atlassian Certified Professional and an Atlassian Technical Sales Professional (ATSP). He is well versed in Atlassian app development, software architecture, cloud & virtualization (AWS), Java 24 Yrs, NodeJS, and REACT (MERN Stack) development.

Steven Kling
Steve Kling
Head of Product Engineering, Appfire

Rodney West
Senior Atlassian Consultant, Isos Technology

Rodney West brings a combination of social engineering and technical expertise to all client engagements, which has made him a highly successful software architect, functional consultant, and core member of Isos Technology's Atlassian Service Delivery team. He has been a technology consultant for over twenty years and has delivered enterprise solutions across a wide range of industries.

Rodney West
Senior Atlassian Consultant, Isos Technology

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