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Are you ready for a weekly Atlassian news recap? Atlassian launched a new product, Beacon, to beta + there are some additional great improvements to Atlassian products.
And if you're a Pokemon fan you don't want to miss the Article of the week 👀
Atlassian's smart threat detection engine, Beacon, is now in open beta. Designed with security teams in mind, Beacon continuously monitors Atlassian cloud products for suspicious user activity, including data exfiltration events, unusual user activity, and integration changes.
Jira Cloud is changing how it displays app information on the issue view. From March 13, 2023, app information will be in expandable and collapsible groups, reducing the number of clicks to update important fields.
New UI in the admin panel allows self-service app data residency to approximately 1,000 customers for JSW, JSM, or Confluence Cloud.
Atlassian University has dropped prices for selected self-paced Jira training courses from $300-$400 to just $39!
It's time to vote for the 2023 Community's Choice Teams Award! Check out the 14 finalists from companies like GoDaddy, KPMG, Natwest, Squarespace and more; and submit your vote by March 10th.
This article provides five useful Forge debugging practices, skills, and tools to help developers with debugging in Forge. These include using tunneling, checking logs in the Developer Console, utilizing triggers, monitoring production using the Developer Console's app alert email, and accessing production logs.
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@Rodney Nissen posted an article on his Jira Guy Blog about quite a unique way to incorporate Jira into his mission of "catching them all." He uses a default Kanban Project to organize his Pokemon collection and visualize what is left to catch, he also found a way to use other Jira features like Epics, Releases and task tracking.
Have a great week everyone and see you next Monday in our 100th episode of Monday Coffee ☕️!
Nikki Zavadska _Appfire_