- Issues for Attention Insight
- Changes to Confluence Publishing
- Share Confluence Pages to Slack
- 🗓 Weekly Events Roundup
- 📚 Article of the week: 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for DevOps
- Code Reviews with AI
- Privacy & Security Tab Updates
- Data Center App Security Process
Atlassian's Jira now has an improved 'Issues for attention' feature that makes it easier to decide what to work on next. It includes 'stuck issues' along with existing 'blocked' and 'flagged' issues, all under a new 'All' tab.
'Stuck issues' help identify work that's been in one state for too long. 'Blocked issues' highlight work impeded by other issues, and 'flagged issues' show problems needing immediate attention.
Atlassian is improving the Confluence publishing experience, adding a Publish Dialog for new drafts and updated pages. This feature helps control who can access and view the content before publishing.
Publish Dialog simplifies publishing and permissions management, making content publishing and creation much more straightforward.
Atlassian's Confluence now features an improved Share function, introducing the ability to share pages directly to Slack. This eliminates the need for switching contexts and extra clicks.
Visit Atlassian's community page to learn more about this new feature and leave your feedback.
Let's dive into Atlassian events starting with a very exciting Team Tour event we announced a while ago.
Atlassian's "Team Tour: High Velocity ITSM" is finally here and happening this week up to next. This service management event focuses on helping you deliver exceptional service experiences at scale. It aims to teach you how to break down silos across development, IT, and business teams by supercharging service management. Attendees will get the chance to deep dive into tools like Jira Service Management, network with Atlassian leaders, and engage in customer sessions. The event also encourages attendees to create their own schedule from a variety of breakout sessions and demos to learn tips and tricks for change, asset, and incident management. The tour will be taking place in three cities at what looks like beautiful and scenic locations. Barcelona, Spain happening tomorrow the 13th of June; Amsterdam, Netherlands taking place this Friday on 16th; and Munich, Germany next week on June 19th.
Over at TechTalkSummits.com, find Atlassian talking about "Scaling Service Management in Modern Enterprises". This is a virtual event taking place on June 14, from 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM ET. The session aims to educate participants on the evolution of service management and its impact on modern organizations beyond IT teams.
In partner-organized event this week:
- On June 14th, catch a webinar by Praecipio Consulting that will demonstrate how Jira Align can streamline strategic planning, team alignment, and data management across an enterprise.
- Then on 15th PPM by Atlassian is hosted by Expium LLC, this session will guide attendees on utilizing Advanced Roadmaps and Jira Align for effective project portfolio management and realistic projections.
As for ACE events, pretty packed for a summer week, so let's look at a few.
- Demo: Exploring Reports in Jira Software (June 14, Lansing, US): This event provides an in-depth look at various reports available in Jira Software, going beyond the standard burndown report.
- Analyzing Table Data in Confluence: Insights and Project Advancement (June 15, Virtual, Cologne, DE): This event focuses on how to create and analyze tables in Confluence, and utilize Table Filter and Charts for Confluence tools to enhance data visualization and content structuring.
But these are just a small portion of what you can find in community events world, do navigate to Goosly Events Calendar for a full picture.
📚 Article of the week: 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for DevOps
Atlassian has been recognized as a Leader in the 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for DevOps Platforms, highlighting their comprehensive DevOps solution that enhances collaboration between engineering, ITOps, and business teams.
The platform accelerates productivity, improves application health, and speeds up value delivery. The three main adoption drivers are modern DevOps, a shared knowledge pipeline, and customization potential. Atlassian also recently revealed exciting innovations for better idea management, integrated DevSecOps, improved insights, AI assistance, and more efficient deployment.
Atlassian Developer & Partner News
We'll kick it off with an interesting event organized by Mibex Software on the 29th of June. This free webinar will discuss the advantages and the challenges of using AI particularly Chat GPT API in code reviews. It will include practical examples, insights from past experiences, and a Q&A session.
The Atlassian team has announced updates to the privacy and security tab for Cloud app listings in Atlassian Marketplace. Changes include reworking some questions for clarity and introducing new response options.
These changes do not impact live responses but will be noticeable when developers update their apps' privacy and security tab. The updated tab will be visible to all visitors in the coming weeks.
Atlassian has announced changes to its data center app security process starting July this year. All data center apps will undergo a third-party security scan for vulnerabilities which will be tracked in the Atlassian Marketplace Security Jira project since November 2022.
All apps submitted for Data Center approval must be free from critical or high-severity vulnerabilities in third-party dependencies. Developers are encouraged to review the Atlassian security bug fix policy for Marketplace apps and ensure that their security contact information is up-to-date. Atlassian will reach out to partners with apps having the most vulnerabilities to discuss the scanner results.