Stitch It is designed to assist you and your teams conquer even the most intricate integration hurdles. With its intuitive coding environment and versatile connectors, Stitch It empowers you to effortlessly script all your Atlassian-to-Atlassian and Atlassian-to-third-party integrations in a unified platform. Stitch It consolidates everything you need in one place.
Although Stitch It has a presence on the Atlassian Marketplace, the team behind the app has chosen not to sell it directly through the marketplace. Instead, Stitch It functions as a standalone tool, separate from being a Connect Plugin or Forge App.
You can explore available connectors here.
One of the common risks associated with cloud migration is overlooking the different categories of stakeholders who may be affected by the shift to Atlassian Cloud. Therefore, it’s essential to identify these stakeholders, define their roles, responsibilities, and priorities, and involve them from the outset. Failing to include stakeholders may result in project delays, increased costs, and potential disruptions to your business operations.
According to experts at Adaptavist, key stakeholders to be involved include the project owner, project approver, systems admins, technical team, security/legal team, and end-users. The level of involvement and influence of each stakeholder should be determined based on the size of the company, the number of users, the company’s objectives, legal obligations, organizational culture, and business continuity needs.
Considering the stakeholders’ motivations and interests, a communications plan should be designed to secure their buy-in and support. The plan should include both benefits and potential risks or challenges of the migration.
This article draws from Adaptavist’s extensive practical experience to guide you in identifying the critical stakeholders that need to be engaged in your cloud migration initiative and creating an effective stakeholder management plan.
Additionally, you’ll gain valuable insights into the fundamental facets of a winning ESM strategy, including how to apply existing ITSM capabilities as a foundation, how to avoid common ESM pitfalls, and practical advice on delivering value by improving service management processes. Key takeaways from this white paper include understanding the differences between ITSM, high-velocity service management, and ESM, and how to avoid and solve common ESM adoption issues.
The white paper aims to help readers understand ITSM, identify what a modern ITSM looks like, and kick-start their ITSM implementation strategy.
Panelists include Tina Behers from Aligned Agility, Mike Maheu from Venue DevOps, and Alexander Post from VenITure. Watch and listen to learn from industry experts and gain valuable insights into how to achieve success with Agile and DevOps.
By doing so, organizations can improve efficiency, collaboration, and customer satisfaction while reducing waste and cutting costs. You’ll learn tips on how to streamline service delivery using a lean approach and how Atlassian’s suite of products can help maximize the value of ITSM.
The survey focuses on the state of work in a post-pandemic world, exploring topics such as employee retention, the impact of new ways of working on well-being, the effectiveness of collaboration tools, and desired flexibility in the workplace.
They also explore the advantages of cloud migration and guide planning and optimizing cloud deployment.
Delivering value and quality products to customers requires an effective pipeline, and CI/CD implementation can help address key business challenges. From a leadership perspective, this approach can bring numerous benefits, including improved reliability in the development process. It is crucial to consider the challenges that CI/CD can solve and understand how it appears when these issues are resolved. Read this white paper to learn more.
The video also includes best practices for keeping teams organized, collaborative, and agile.
In this session, experts cover the benefits of Jira Align, which enterprise agile planning tools are right for different kinds of teams and organizations, and top tips for incorporating Jira Align into an agile enterprise initiative. You’ll also have the opportunity to get real-time answers to your questions on Jira Align and enterprise agility.