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Adam adds over fifteen years of applied technology and customer interaction to the Isos Technology talent pool. Adam spent a good portion of his career as an OSP (Outside Plant) engineer in the telecom industry, working on the implementation of telecom infrastructure. During this time he also maintained server architectures and websites. Adam was able to take this applied knowledge and telecom expertise into his role as a sales engineer, expertly running technical sales demonstrations and identifying the best solutions for current and potential customers. Adam's strong skills in applying technical knowledge, identifying client needs, and overseeing complicated information architectures make Adam a solid addition to Isos Technology's Atlassian services group.

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Atlassian, Jira, Atlassian Add-Ons

If you are using the API for a full Jira system merge between instances, then you're really smart.

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Jira Data Center Node Status - Part 2

Atlassian, Jira

Back in July, I wrote about the node status saga.

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Fixing Oracle Sequences

Atlassian, Jira

When using Oracle for Atlassian applications, your sequences should stay up to date in normal operation.  However, if you migrate from another platform you may run into a problem with sequences not being set right.

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The Case of Crypto-Confluence

Confluence, Atlassian

This post was co-authored with Bob Wen.

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Database Platform Changes

Atlassian, Database

Whether you like it or not, preferred database platforms within an organization will change over time.

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Jira Data Center Node Status

Jira, Database

With Jira Data Center and auto scaling becoming the most reliable way to run Jira in large organizations, node status and cluster monitoring has become an integral DevOps engineering duty. If you have been running Jira[...]

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Getting Jiggy with JSD! - Part 2

Confluence, Atlassian, Atlassian Tools, Jira

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Lossless Bugzilla to Jira Migration

Development Process, Atlassian, Atlassian Tools, Jira, Software Solutions

Have you been putting off the migration from Bugzilla to Jira because the built-in importer is missing data that you're not willing to part with?  This problem has been lingering since 2011 with no sign of Atlassian[...]

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3D Printing with Blender - Part 1

Culture

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