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Benefits Pricing Jelastic on Amazon

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
December 17, 2014

The common features of these two providers are: – simplification of cloud computing; – web-based interface for creating and managing the environment; – a wide selection of software stacks and full control over the server, with – the ability to apply all necessary settings, and more. One important difference between these systems is pricing. In […]

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AWS Cloud Infrastructure Improvement

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
December 16, 2014

Amazon Aurora – New Cost-Effective MySQL-Compatible Database Engine for Amazon RDS. This technology provides a 6-directed replication (two copies of the data) between the three AWS AZ (Availability Zones). The size of the database starts at 10 GB and can grow until it reaches 64 TB. Amazon Aurora is a fully-managed, MySQL-compatible, relational database engine […]

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Cloud Networking for Enterprises

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
November 27, 2014

Cloud Computing Cloud computing builds on many of the advances in the IT industry over the past decade and presents significant opportunities for organizations to shorten time to market and reduce costs. It also enables organizations to obtain a flexible, secure, and cost-effective IT infrastructure. Cloud architecture, the systems architecture of the software systems involved […]

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Jira for Time Tracking

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
November 17, 2014

Also, it is possible to install the Jira timesheet add-on which generates a tabular breakdown of time logged against projects, tasks and lets you export the information in Excel. You can make use of the User Workload Jira report which displays useful time tracking information on issues assigned to a particular Atlassian Jira user. It […]

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Use of Stash and SourceTree together

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
November 7, 2014

Stash is a web application that hosts your git repositories for you – you might think of it as a git “server”. SourceTree is a GUI “client” that allows developers to work with git repositories on their local computers. SouceTree has the ability to clone repositories from your Stash server (or any other git server). […]

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Stop Using Email and Start Using JIRA for Approvals

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
October 8, 2014

We’ve created 2 major solutions how to do that: As described in the article – we’ve created a multi user custom field, a workflow with 2 transitions (one cycle transition to the same status and one to the next status). We’ve created a set of conditions – one to check if user already followed the […]

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Atlassian Jira: How to Report the Time of Those Non-Project Work

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
October 3, 2014

We see 2 major possibilities with this case: The meeting or transfer is related to the project activity – i.e. – you have scrum daily meetings regarding the particular sprint, or you have the brainstorm. In such a situation you should create proper issue inside the same project. You have an activity that can’t be included […]

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Jira Service Desk 2.0 – Changes in Licensing Approach

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
September 26, 2014

That was a logical step to change licensing approach for Atlassian Jira Service Desk add-on. Polontech has a big number of customers who use JIRA as the primary project management system and Zendesk as the ticket support system. The Service Desk add-on could be a great competitor from the very beginning, but…

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Kanban and Scrum Board in Jira for All Projects

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
September 20, 2014

In Jira Agile,  Kanban and Scrum can really have access not just to one, but to all projects. When you create a board, you can create it from a project or from a JQL query: – if you are doing it from project, you can select multiple projects. -if you are setting up from a query, […]

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How to create a new project in JIRA (1)

Aleks Yenin
Posted by Aleks Yenin
September 14, 2014

The templates determine whether new schemes are used or existing ones chosen, and the last option on the list is set up to simply take the standard lot. After clicking the Add Project button the Select Project Type dialog appears and presents six types. If you chose the last one, JIRA Classic, when the project […]

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