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Team '22 Recap: People, Practices, and Tools in the Cloud

For the first time in two years, we were able to bring Team both online and in-person in Las Vegas. It was an exciting week where we shared some significant updates on the innovative developments we're making to our Cloud products and platform across ITSM, Agile & DevOps, and Work Management. For those who couldn't attend (or did and want a refresher), you're in the right place; read on for Team '22's top highlights and to hear how we're delivering new value in Cloud.

Culture eats strategy for breakfast.

Bold, right? In our Team ’22 keynote, co-founder and co-CEO Scott Farquhar said, “73% of enterprises fail to reap any real value from their transformation efforts.” Without the right culture – a culture of teamwork where high-performing teams can thrive – transformation efforts will fail. And in a future that’s more unpredictable than ever, teams that are aligned, share the same values, and who can work towards a common goal autonomously will succeed. That’s why we’re proud to announce two new Cloud products that will help teams do just that.

  • Atlas is the first teamwork directory that lets teams connect the dots across groups, apps, and work. 

  • And Compass – a developer experience platform that helps you navigate your distributed architecture, bringing disconnected information about engineering output and the teams collaborating on them in a central, searchable location. 

These two new products built on the Atlassian platform exemplify our beliefs that no two teams are the same and that our products should empower teams to collaborate, communicate, and celebrate in ways that work best for them. Discussions on collaboration were pervasive through Team ’22 with partners, customers, and Atlassian. Check out some of the highlights:

  • The way teams work has completely changed forever. Watch to see how Atlassian's Open Work Management gives modern teams the best tools, practices, and templates so that every company can operate at startup speed with the impact of an enterprise.

  • Watch Atlassian’s Jenna Cline and Molly Hellerman discuss technology leaders’ opportunity to close the gap between what we know about teamwork and their daily practices.

  • Service management teams operate much like legendary bands, but new ways of working stress the seams of traditional ITSM. Learn how Atlassian powers modern development, operations, and business teams by offering the best of both worlds: autonomy with coordination.

  • A diverse toolchain or a consolidated, all-in-one approach? Watch how Atlassian's open toolchain solution offers the best of both worlds: flexibility and coordination, letting software teams adapt to change faster.

  • Watch how you can get more mileage when organizing your team around milestones. See how products like Atlas can be used to communicate goals and progress within teams without being overly prescriptive about how they operate.

Building on the Atlassian platform is building for the future.

We just mentioned two new products on the “Atlassian platform,” but what is it? At Team ’22, Atlassian’s COO Anu Bharadwaj discussed the Atlassian platform (and why it matters). The Atlassian platform is the unified cloud tech platform that our Cloud products are built on. We’re prioritizing this foundation now so that we can bring innovative new capabilities - and even new products - to Cloud in the future. The Atlassian platform has teamwork at its core, designed to:

  • connect people and knowledge by eliminating information silos

  • enable smarter decision-making by using data to understand your business and improve your outcomes

  • modernize your workflows by digitizing manual processes across your business

  • administer across products and gaining complete visibility and control

This brings us to some big news: Atlassian is announcing two new capabilities in the Atlassian platform – the Atlassian Data Lake and Atlassian Analytics.

These tools are designed to help everyone from business leaders to teams get flexible access to all their Atlassian product data.

  • With the Atlassian Data Lake, you’ll have a centralized repository that stores pre-modeled and enriched data across your Atlassian products and instances.

  • And with Atlassian Analytics, you’ll get a flexible way to access and visualize your data, giving you end-to-end visibility and the power to drill deeper and extract latent insights from your data.

Cloud migrations are getting easier, and here's why.

As you can see, Atlassian Cloud is continuing to revolutionize how teams work, driving value across our customers' organizations. You’ll want to consider migrating so that you don’t leave value on the table for your organization. But migrations can be difficult to navigate, and depending on your team’s size and complexity, they can take longer than expected. Thankfully, Team ’22 was filled with talks that give you a crash course in migrations (so considering one doesn’t feel like a full-time job). Check these out:

How to craft a business case for cloud initiatives.

Most organizations recognize the need for digital transformation. And with IT's more strategic position aligning technical and business goals to drive value, they're looking to fund cloud initiatives. But building a business case to defend the value of those initiatives isn't easy.

In 2021, Splunk moved over 11,000 users from Atlassian’s self-managed offering to Atlassian Cloud, which was no easy feat for Splunk – but they haven’t looked back after making the move. One of the most critical elements of that project was constructing a thorough business case to justify the value of embarking on this multi-year Cloud transformation. At Team ’22, we had the opportunity to speak with Splunk’s Greg Warner and Dave Caradonna to discuss what it took to build that business case and what they learned along the way:

If you’re thinking about building your business case, check out our business case toolkit to help make the conversation of moving to the Cloud easier.

Customer stories; hear how others did it.

Who better to tell you what a migration was like than our customers who’ve migrated? Team ’22 was packed with customers who shared their experiences migrating to the Cloud, discussing what worked and what didn’t:

  • Nationwide Building Society – a major financial institution – and solutions partner Adaptavist migrated 8,500 users to the Atlassian Cloud to drive digital transformation. But operating in the heavily regulated finance industry, they had questions about feasibility. Watch their story.

  • Watch Splunk’s Greg Warner talk about the steps that Splunk took to migrate 11,000 users and apps while handling custom integrations and improving their colleagues’ daily Atlassian experience.

  • Lucid’s estimated cloud migration timeline was 3 to 6 months. But they did it in just 30 days. Listen to how Lucid and Solution Partner Oxalis solidified Lucid’s position as a SaaS leader while increasing time savings, innovation, and employee satisfaction.

Our advice, tips, tricks, and resources.

Members of the Atlassian team also shared their experiences with Cloud Migrations, as well as the improvements that have been made to migration tooling to facilitate smoother migrations:

  • Migrating to the Cloud is an investment, and like any investment, you need to get the most out of it. Watch our internal panel of migration experts discuss how to plan a successful migration, drive successful user adoption with change management best practices, and align business outcomes and goals to cloud features and capabilities.

  • This year, dozens of improvements and new capabilities have been added to Atlassian’s Free Cloud Migration Assistant apps. Marketplace Apps, Bitbucket, Jira Service Management, Confluence Questions, and Advanced Roadmap migrations have all graduated from Beta development and are now live. Let Atlassian’s Jason Wong bring you up to speed using the Cloud Migration Assistants.

We’ve been hard at work making sure that our Cloud products continue to uplevel how your teams work. And there’s no better time to start exploring Cloud because it’s never been easier to do so. We recently launched the Atlassian Migration Program to help customers confidently make the move, from migration assessment to adoption.



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Elizabeth Howden
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Apr 26, 2022

Awesome write up @Branimir Kain ! 

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Taranjeet Singh
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Apr 26, 2022

@Branimir Kain Thanks for sharing this informative and wonderful Team '22 Recap!

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