In addition to its annual summit in Las Vegas - keep the date free: March 31 to 2 April, 2020 -, Atlassian is kicking-off a new event: the Atlassian Open. The first of its kind took place in Vienna and it’s safe to say:
We had a blast!
In addition to the well-known Server and Data Center offers, Atlassian has made major investments to it’s cloud offers over the years, and announced long awaited features that might be specifically relevant to our valued customers in continental Europe:
- Data Residency Controls EAP for EU & US Customers
- Cloud Extended Trial Licenses for Existing Server Customers
- Exciting new features in Atlassian Access (SSO integration with Microsoft ADFS, SSO and user provisioning integration with Google Cloud Identity)
- Encryption at rest
- Additional data centers in Frankfurt (announced earlier this year)
These features are some bold steps towards Atlassian Cloud acceptance in Germany and the EU specifically.
To make the transition from On-Prem to Cloud even easier, Atlassian has also shipped tools to simplify the migration process and allow for greater control in performing a migration to the cloud. These “Migration Assistants” are available for Confluence and Jira (as an Early Access Program), and will guide you through the migration process:
And just in case you missed any of the previous announcements, Atlassian’s Cloud offer now comes in two flavours: Atlassian Cloud Standard and Atlassian Cloud Premium . The Premium offer adds a 99.9% uptime SLA, unlimited storage and 24/7 Premium support.
If you need any help in adopting Atlassian Cloud Standard or Premium or need support in shifting your Atlassian workloads to the Cloud: Get in touch!
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