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  1. Making the Switch to JIRA Studio Jesse Gibbs, Atlassian Jim Drewes, Contegix Mitch Stewart, Boomi Josh Skinner, WebFilings

  2. Agenda • Studio Summary • Unique Features • Latest Release • How do you switch? • Contegix hosting summary • Customer migration stories • Q&A

  3. Housekeeping • All phone lines are muted • Submit the questions via GoToWebinar any time • Indicate panelist • e.g. “Jesse – When is the next Studio release?” • Q&A at the end • Recording will be available

  4. JIRA Studio Hosted, fully-integrated

  5. JIRA Studio – Concept to Launch Tools for: Reqs, specs, backlog Release & Iteration Planning Project tracking Coding & Debugging Testing Code review Technical documentation Support

  6. JIRA Studio – True Collaboration • Developers • Coding • Test automation & CI • Code review • Managers • Project Planning • Tracking & reporting • Product Owners • Backlog • Requirements • Release Planning • Launch planning • Contributors • Docs, training material • Stakeholders • Visibility

  7. JIRA Studio – Unique Features Unified Quick Navigation & Search

  8. JIRA Studio – Unique Features Automatic linking • Issues • Wiki pages • Changesets • Reviews • Build plans • Build results

  9. JIRA Studio – Unique Features Update issues with SVN commit comments • #time, #comment, #<transition>

  10. JIRA Studio – Unique Features Unified Activity Streams

  11. JIRA Studio + Google Apps

  12. JIRA Studio 2.3 Updated Apps • GreenHopper 5.2 • Confluence 3.3 • Bamboo 2.6 Other App Versions • JIRA 4.1 • FishEye 2.2 • Crucible 2.2 • Subversion 1.6.5

  13. Migrating to JIRA Studio Migration features • Import source • Import issues • JIRA • CSV • Import wiki Limitations • External LDAP • Limited plug-in support • Managed upgrade schedule • No terminal access • I18n

  14. Contegix – JIRA Studio Hosting Atlassian managed hosting partner Provide all of the infrastructure that powers JIRA Studio

  15. Contegix – Studio Infrastructure Provisioning • How do Atlassian and Contegix integrate?

  16. Contegix - Hardware

  17. Contegix – Network & Facilities Located in St. Louis, Missouri, USA 5 Network Carriers (XO, Level(3), Sprint, Verizon, WilTel) – BGP Routed Two power feeds with automatic failover Backup generators capable of running indefinitely Everything is on UPS power

  18. Contegix – Security • Instance • Each customer has their own VM. • Shorewall software firewall. • No shared Databases. • Data stored on highly redundant RAID-50 SAN. • Facility • Security cameras throughout data center. • Secured lobby. • Code access required to access upper floors of building. • Double-door man traps requiring a biometric scan and two proximity badge swipes to enter any data center.

  19. Contegix – Backups • Local Backups • Weekly SVN Dump • Nightly DB Dump • Weekly Attachments Copy • Instance Backup • Snapshot of entire instance taken nightly and stored on SAN

  20. Contegix – HA/DR • Instances aren’t tied to specific hosts. • All data stored on SAN rather than local disk. • If a host fails, instances are automatically restarted on another host. • Mechanisms available to pull your data off. • SVN dumps • WebDAV

  21. Customer Stories Mitch Stewart, Boomi Josh Skinner, WebFilings

  22. About Boomi AWARD WINNING TECHNOLOGY • Industry’s first & leading Integration Platform-as-a-Service • 50+ ISV and SI partners • 600+ Clients Globally • Venture-Backed by FirstMark Capital • Offices in Philadelphia and San Francisco

  23. Why JIRA Studio? • Move away from server “closet” • Integrated applications and SVN • Accessible, no more VPN! • Better growth potential • Zero IT required

  24. Challenges • SVN Migration needs to match Studio layout • Trust Atlassian and Contegix – so far so good! • Not a lot of cross-project management

  25. Features we want • Maven Repository – Nexus is good :) • Cross-project GreenHopper • Cross-project SVN/JIRA tracking

  26. Next Steps • Move to Bamboo! • Determine best place for Design docs • Design docs are scattered • Google Docs or Confluence? • Continue to investigate GreenHopper

  27. Customer Stories - WebFilings Why migrate to JIRA Studio? Lower IT costs by not hosting ourselves Upgrade plan, while delayed, still faster than planning for ourselves Tighter integration with Activity Stream Google Apps integration SaaS methodology

  28. Customer Stories - WebFilings Bumps on the road… Customization (plugins, config, and hardware) Latest product delay Performance tuning Usability and Best Practices

  29. Customer Stories - WebFilings …aren’t so bad if you go faster. No time spent upgrading or maintaining Proper configuration of Fisheye Brings together people from around the world Expanded outside of Development to Job Openings, Resumes, Hiring, QA, Inventory, Access Requests, Equipment Requests, etc…

  30. Any Questions? Recording available soon! JIRA Studio