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Hi Atlassian Community,
We want your input for our upcoming event Atlassian Presents: Unleash in Berlin on Feb 9, 2023!
Vote for your favorite session that you want to see featured at the For teams, by teams track, where speakers will share their best DevOps toolchains, agile practices, and automated workflows to unleash your team’s development potential. Voting closes on 5:00 PM CEST January 13, 2023.
Please use the poll below to vote for the speaker topic you would most want to see - one for the in-person session and one for the digital session. Session details of each semi-finalist are included in the table.
Don't forget to register for Atlassian Presents: Unleash and we can't wait to announce the speakers you choose!
1. Reducing “Tech Debt” and Increasing Performance: A Case Study in Automation
2. Move work forward with quality and speed
3. How Jira/Confluence helped to bring the German Health Insurance Card on Track
4. How to automate Key Result reporting using Jira and Quantive Results
5. A Cultivated DevOps Platform
1. Ensure DevOps Success: Unblock Your Team's Value Stream
2. The Easy Button: How to drive efficiencies with product visibility
3. Who broke the build? — Using Kuttl to improve E2E testing and release faster
4. Shifting Security Left using Atlassian and OSS Tools
5. Deep-dive on Automation for JIRA
6. Agile at scale: Fantasy or reality? Myth or verity? legend or documentary?
|Session Title||Session Description||Session Outline|
Reducing “Tech Debt” and Increasing Performance: A Case Study in Automation
|Are you expected to improve performance, reduce costs and remove risk from your daily work processes? If they aren’t, they will be soon. This tug of war rages throughout fintech companies – having emerged from the marriage of the financial sector’s traditional values and hi-tech companies’ insatiable appetite for growth.
After attending this session, you will know how a company turned to automation to:
Reduce its tech debt
Optimize complex approvals
Minimize backlog requests
|In this inspiring case study session, we explore how a Jira administrator and Scrum Leader - at an international fintech company - chose automation tools to improve how Jira was applied in development and operational team. We cover topics Jira administrators face every day, including: how automation effectively tackles predefined actions and certain transitions, “vulnerability and security escalation”, and ways to reduce the cost of technology by leveraging code-free workflows.|
Move work forward with quality and speed
|Reduce time to minutes between a change request to production deployment. Post-deployment verifications, paired with Atlassian tools like Jira, Compass and Rlsly.com help you ensure high quality and optimal development speed.||In this session, you will learn:
- how we build software using Atlassian and Microsoft tools like Jira, Compass, GitHub, Microsoft Teams and CircleCI
- how we ensure high quality with automated end-to-end post-deployment verifications that run against multiple envs, but are developed once
- how we communicate with customers using Rlsly.com and Atlassian tools like Jira Service Management and Trello
How Jira/Confluence helped to bring the German Health Insurance Card on Track
|We have seen the first real implementation of the Gesundheitskarte in 2017. What happened? The rules for the base VPN were based on the rules by Gematik. Those rules were huge. Every provider had to fulfill all the regulations to the date they were applying. I will present how it is possible to read the requirements and use Jira/Confluence as the foundation for a semi-automatic framework. In the end, automated Tests and the full documentation were living documents.||In this session, I will present how state-based requirements look like and take the real Gematik documents as the source. I will show how the different Versions can be transferred into Jira Tickets and how you can use this as a base for a Test-Documentation. We will see how parameters can be accessed in Jira and how to cooperate over different divisions.|
How to automate Key Result reporting using Jira and Quantive Results
|Your company is transforming and using OKRs to measure progress, but the actual measurement (Key Results) are time consuming to gather and report. By utilizing Quantive Results native integrations with Jira, you can automatically track your OKRs, providing near real time status reporting on progress.||
Manage Strategy Execution OKRs using Quantive Results
Automate Measurements using 41 pre-created Jira insights to track Key Results
A Cultivated DevOps Platform
|A DevOps platform running on Atlassian and your choice of Cloud. It is the tooling, frameworks and automation applied to and integrated with Atlassian applications that take this platform to the next level.
We will show how the platform leverages Atlassian tooling along with automation via Backstage, Prometheus, and other tooling and frameworks. In addition we will show real world examples and results based on using and leveraging the DevOps platform.
|A technical walkthrough of a fully automated DevOps Platform.|
|Session Title||Session Description||Session Outline|
Ensure DevOps Success: Unblock Your Team's Value Stream
|Implementing DevOps is challenging. Why? Because there is no consensus on what metrics should be used to measure DevOps success. In this session, we'll provide a practical framework you can start using tomorrow to measure the progress of any DevOps implementation. After attending, you’ll know how to: Choose the DevOps success metrics most relevant for you
Use value stream mapping to identify ways to improve DevOps success
Overcome the most common challenges when implementing DevOps
|If your organization is struggling to build (or perfect) its DevOps, you're not alone. However, you can make progress once you've nailed down how to best measure DevOps and what success looks like in your organization. Join us in this fast-paced interactive session on how "value stream mapping" helps prove the value of DevOps to your most important organizational stakeholders.|
The Easy Button: How to drive efficiencies with product visibility
|Many Healthcare organizations in 2020 grew fast. Yet, when a product grows to this scale, it can become harder and harder to understand what’s happening in real-time, let alone ensure alignment for the future. In this session, you will hear best practices and how-to best align product organizations to scale with the upmost efficient and effectiveness and learn what tools your product management team needs to have in their toolbox to continue to scale with less.||This session will outline best practices and real-life examples on how to scale product teams, using Jira and Productboard so the entire product, engineer and design teams are aligned and driving towards the same goal.|
Who broke the build? — Using Kuttl to improve E2E testing and release faster
|No one wants to be responsible for breaking the build. But what can you do as a developer to avoid being the bad guy? How can project leads enable their teams to reduce the occurrence of broken builds?
That’s why we decided to rethink our entire local testing process .Connecting Kuttl to CI builds has empowered our devs to easily configure a dev environment locally that accurately matches the final test environment
These days, we hear “Who broke the build?" far less often and you can too!
|In this session, we’ll discuss how we use kuttl to achieve more streamlined testing and fewer broken builds. We’ll cover:
- A quick history of our testing challenges and what led us to Kuttl
- The benefits of our new testing approach — easy to configure and minimal investment
- How we combine Kuttl and CI pipelines for more streamlined testing and fewer broken builds
Shifting Security Left using Atlassian and OSS Tools
|The session will cover how developers can leverage Atlassian tools (BitBucket, Jira & Confluence) and integrate with some of OSS tools to shift security left in SDLC.Key takeaways for the audience would be, the ideas and designs on how to shift DevSecOps left in prescriptive and automated ways. This topic is very relevant as shifting security left will help the dev community in reducing the lead time using quick-start boilerplates, Continuous Threat model assessment, security quality gates etc||Shift left in SDLC with Atlassian tools. Fail fast with shorted feedback loops using quick start boilerplates, continuous threat model assessment and security gates in CI phase. The entire orchestration will be managed by Atlassian tools integrated with other tool-chains to provide seamless Developer Experience.|
Deep-dive on Automation for JIRA
|Automation is a critical link to transforming digital operations, standardizing processes, improving efficiency, and cutting down on hours of manual labor. In this session, we will look at how automation in Jira can empower your team to automate even the most complex tasks. For example, automation can help with cloud migrations by replacing existing apps that are not yet supported in the cloud.||In this session, we will share examples of complex use cases for automation that have saved hours of work for clients, using the native automation features in Jira and Confluence. Example scenarios will include:
* Complex scripts that we were able to replace with Automation for Jira while migrating from Server to Cloud
* Automate tasks creation using templates with pre-defined values and hierarchy (eg: Epic → Story → Sub-task)
* Automated notifications
* Integrate with other marketplace apps
Agile at scale: Fantasy or reality? Myth or verity? legend or documentary?
|Are you wondering if Agile at scale is just a buzzword, or a viable approach for your organization? In this session, we will delve into the concepts of Agile at scale, examining what it is, how it works, and how it can be supported with Atlassian tools.
We will also explore various Agile frameworks that can be used to implement Agile at scale, including SAFe, Spotify, and others. You'll learn about the benefits of each framework, as well as the challenges you may face in implementing them.
|Let us take you on an epic journey exploring different agile frameworks, methodologies and techniques that claim to help you scale agile successfully. Along the way we’ll get to the bottom of whether agile practices can really scale in the enterprise - providing concrete examples of what can go right - and wrong. Of course, we’ll round off our tale with an in depth discussion on how you can choose the right agile approach for your organisation and how good DevOps underpin the success.|