Atlassian unifies all of DevOps work and reduces collaboration overload. In this whitepaper you’ll touch base on the following topics:
- Find out how Atlassian tools help developers get more productive.
- How to plan and track projects.
- How to mitigate alert fatigue and resolve incidents faster.
- DevOps best practices.
Atlassian’s new features, automations and integrations for DevOps help developers take back their time and ship code faster. Teams benefit from less context switching, fewer meetings, and fewer pings from IT about security incidents.
Increased collaboration can come at a cost to developers. Instead of coding and building innovative solutions, developers can end up spending a big chunk of their day integrating multiple tools, updating work status, and sharing it with other teams. According to the recent DevOps Trends Survey conducted by Atlassian, more than 80% of developers state that disconnected tools, manual
processes, and constantly changing collaboration processes are getting in the way.
We’re helping developers focus on their code as we uniquely connect development, IT operations, and business teams with automation
that spans our products and third-party tools. Atlassian’s new features, automation, and integrations for DevOps help developers take back their time and ship code faster. Teams benefit from less context switching, fewer meetings, and fewer pings from IT about security incidents. Successful DevOps implementation doesn’t end at connecting the tools. Most DevOps practitioners agree—citing people and culture as the top factor in successfully implementing. Inside this whitepaper, you’ll learn more about every stage such as: Plan, building, CI/CD, operating & monitor, Communication & collaboration.
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