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META-INF Atlassian Day 2022 Recap
It’s a wrap! The 7th META – INF Atlassian Day ended yesterday, rounding off 2 days of Atlassian-packed events that included both vendor and guest presentations, hands-on workshops, and lots of fun activities.
Vendors from all over the world gathered to learn about and discuss all things Atlassian, proving that the Atlassian ecosystem never ceases to amaze! And we sure did not want to miss it! 😉
The 7th META-INF Atlassian Day kicked off with a greeting from META-INF co-CEOs Tibor Hegyi and Attila Gaspar, followed by a keynote by Aditya Phadke, Atlassian Global Head of Customer Success and Innovation.
Aditya Phadke delivered a speech on Atlassian Solutions – what’s new and what’s next with a focus on the latest updates about Data Center to Cloud migration. Curious to know what’s coming up? A little bird told us Atlassian will be investing in 4 areas in the Cloud:
- Security and compliance
- Apps and extensibility
- Administrability and controls
The key takeaways:
- Data residency for Germany, as well as the UK, Japan, and Canada is coming up in Q1-Q2 of 2023.
- The Forge platform will have the same capabilities and security as all Atlassian products.
- Improved Cloud performance – 27 % reduction in load time for Confluence Cloud page view and 14.6 % for Jira Cloud issue.
And now for some personal news. We attended another Atlassian event the only way we know how – the Caelor way! 😎 As gold vendors, we had the chance to take the stage to share Jira and Confluence tips & tricks, including how to up your Jira Project Management game and how to build the trendiest-looking Confluence pages.
On Day 1 our Product Marketing Manager Dea presented how to stay one step ahead by using our app – Custom Field Suite for Project Management in Jira. For all of those who wish to hear (and read) how it went, we bring you the key takeaways below:
You can save even more time managing issues by customizing your Jira. Custom Field Suite (built on Forge) gives you the ability to customize Jira specifically to your needs and use cases, making it easier to share feedback and display the project status visually.
The official program of Day 1 ended with Steal the Show competition where all the vendors took the stage to present their countries/companies. Shoutout to everybody participating for their creative and funny performances! The lucky winner was our partner Decadis with an authentic representation of the German culture, and how it is perceived by others – showing that German people ARE funny. 😜
The day ended with an awesome afterparty where we hung out with other vendors with river sunset views. 😍 Bonding over good food, and even better Pálinka, we later took over the dance floor (sorry no pics, you just had to be there).
Day 2 started with a workshop led by our Product Owner Marin with the topic of creating engaging Confluence pages. The attendees learned that data has to be displayed in an engaging manner optimized for online reading in order to get the point across, and also got to try building the pages themselves. Thanks to our attendees for all the great Confluence pages you created and the valuable feedback you provided!
The day ended with a closing speech from the META-INF CEO Attila Gaspar, followed by handing out the lottery prizes. Congrats to the lucky winner of our AirPods!
Once again, a big thank you goes to META-INF for organizing this amazing event! We had a great time in Budapest, and we can’t wait for the next Atlassian event!
In case you’ve missed our presentations or want to learn more, here’s something to cheer you up: you can always book a free demo with our Confluence and Jira experts to get all the information you need.
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