We're happy to announce a handful of enhancements to Jira Cloud REST APIs, modules and webhooks.
Beginning in 2018, Atlassian will be introducing Enterprise releases for Server and Data Center versions of Jira Software and Confluence.
As I reflect on the successes of the past year during this holiday season, I think it is important to highlight those that are committed to helping make the world a better place, one community at a time. Many of you may be aware of Atlassian’s commitment to the Pledge 1% movement, but may be less aware of that many Atlassian cloud partners and Marketplace vendors have also made the pledge to donate 1% of their equity, time, product and profit back to their own communities.
In this post, we round up all recent Ecosystem news.
The Jira Server development team is proud to announce that the Jira Server 7.7 Early Access Program (EAP) release downloads are now available.
Thousands of Spanish children will call Santa Claus this Christmas using Jitsi, an Atlassian Open Source project.
The Atlassian Connect documentation site has been retired and all of its content has been separated by topic and relocated to product documentation.
Introducing Cloudtoken, an open source tool to provide access to Federated authentication tokens on the command line.
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We have some news for you regarding Confluence Server 6.7 and some visual changes we're making.