Where to find most recent available versions of all Atlassian Products in one spot?

I am looking for a quick place to find the most recent version of all Atlassian products.

We try to keep up with the many releases that Atlassian provides to enable our uses to take advantage of all the imrpovements and new features. As part of our upgrade process we maintain what current verions we are running (or we just look at the bottom of any page for each product) to determine what version we are on. The next step is to then determine what is the most recent GA release from Atlassian. We assess all of the Atlassian products each time we consider upgrades.

To determine the most recent versions for each product I currently follow the steps below.

  1. go to www.atlassian.com
  2. navigate to product home page
  3. click on the "free trial"
  4. click on the "download" style
  5. click on the "free trial"
  6. look at the version that is available to download.

A secondary way that one of my team members uses is to go to my.atlassian.com > downloads > select product > mouse over "download trial ..." to see the version number in the link.

Ultimately, I am looking for any suggestions on how to do this very easily/quickly. Secondly, I am suggesting that there be a page at www.atlassian.com/products/versions (or similar) that has a table listing all the Atlassian products and the current version for Download and for EAP. Potentially for OnDemand as well if that makes sense.

Thank you!

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That's a bit complex. I do agree with you that there should be a page with all versions in one place though.

For any product, you can bypass all that clicking and just head for the download page.




and so-on. The number you find there is always the latest release.

Of course, that's the core products, plugins are a bit different.

We use the feeds: https://www.atlassian.com/feeds

Atlassian publishes new releases here so when we update, we only have to check our RSS reader to see the latest version. You might actually be able to automate this based on the last available message.

Also a very good answer

(Not for me personally, as I'm really bad at opening my reader, but a better answer than mine for most people)

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