Atlassian announces not one, but two game-changers at Summit

Atlassian announces not one, but two game-changers at Summit

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The second talk at this year's Summit, included a couple of exciting surprises.

Lead by Atlassian Co-Founder and CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes, the second of Summit’s keynote speeches shared the journey of building an enduring company. Along with other crucial members of the Atlassian team, the challenges of scaling an organisation were discussed, and honest advice was shared on how teams can navigate a cloud and server world.

Atlassian are always miles ahead with innovative ways of helping users embrace the cloud, aiming to solve issues with customers before they occur.
Following on from the phenomenal success of Atlassian Access, which was introduced in June of this year, two new game-changing announcements were made.

The first, Jira Ops, is a central incident command center, allowing teams to coordinate a response in one place during major incidents. Jira Ops allows users to respond, resolve and learn from every incident faster, enabling users to build trust with customers, by being transparent throughout the entire process. The new product offers a complete incident management life cycle. Could it get any better than this? Yes!

The second announcement was that Atlassian have now entered into an agreement to acquire OpsGenie, a leader in incident alerting. Prompt and reliable alerting is the first action when responding to an incident and OpsGenie ensures this by notifying the right people at the right time.
OpsGenie helps customers manage their on-call schedule and notifies the necessary person, as soon as an incident occurs.

Jira Ops + OpsGenie together, form a powerful platform, helping teams to work more effectively across the entire incident life cycle, allowing you to deliver the best possible service to your customers.

Jira Ops is available now through the early access program, and more information on OpsGenie will be released once the acquisition is fully closed.

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