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Auto Scaling with Static IPs in AWS

AWS, Data Center, DevOps

With the proliferation of the AWS infrastructure as code model, saying that a system follows a standard deployment model can be a loaded statement. True, the basis for the system architecture can be found in one or[...]

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Work-Life Balance: The Isos Way

Culture

Guest Contributor: Mary Ramirez

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Auto-magical Automation in Jira

Atlassian, Jira

I may be a Consultant, but behind my nicely ironed company polo and sweet Kate Spade laptop bag I'm a serious jira-configuration-ninja-atlassian-fan-nerd. On the daily, I roll up my proverbial sleeves and immerse into[...]

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Using Project Roles in Jira

Atlassian, Jira

For many years Jira had users and groups. You associated users and groups with specific permissions to make sure the right people could do the right things. This worked okay at first, but it turned out to be hard to[...]

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Complex Planning Using Jira Add-Ons

Jira, Atlassian Add-Ons, Project Management

 

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There are many ways to plan, and there are lots of tools to help you plan. Planning with project data in Jira is always an interesting area as Jira, without any add-ons, focuses on[...]

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The Best Uses of Jira Epics

Atlassian, Jira, Agile

Our Favorite definition of an Epic is on the Atlassian’s Agile Coach website:

An Agile Epic is a body of work that can be broken down into specific tasks (called “stories,” or “user stories”) based on the[...]

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Using Jira Resolution Field Descriptions: "Cancelled" and "Won't Do"

Software Development, Jira

I’m frequently asked the question:

If a team wants to maintain stories that are deemed unnecessary, what is the best way to show these in Jira versus having a resolution status of "cancelled".

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Why reinvent the wheel?

Atlassian, Jira, DevOps

Everyone is familiar with the saying, "why reinvent the wheel?" We use this whenever someone is putting a great deal of effort into solving a problem that already has an optimal solution. We know it is wrong to waste[...]

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5 reasons why your Confluence users need mobile

Confluence, Atlassian, Atlassian Add-Ons

This is a guest post from Martin Seibert at Seibert Media.Atlassian has released version 6.8 of Confluence Server which includes a free mobile app. As a Linchpin Partner we also offer the more tried-and-tested mobile[...]

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