Atlassian Stack Introduced
July 17, 2017

Atlassian Corporation introduced the Atlassian Stack, a collection of Atlassian server and data center products that large enterprises can procure in a single package.

This new offering simplifies and speeds the adoption of Atlassian tools, enabling companies to modernize cross-team collaboration.

Large enterprises are increasingly choosing to standardize on Atlassian tools, with approximately half of the company's customers with 500+ users owning three or more Atlassian products. As an integrated suite of Atlassian data center and server products, the Atlassian Stack is designed to help enterprises improve cross-team work across technical and non-technical functions. Deep integrations between Atlassian products improve communication, automate workloads and simplify knowledge sharing for all teams. With the Atlassian Stack, enterprises can quickly procure tools from Atlassian for one price.

"Companies realize they must invest in teamwork in order to innovate and succeed," said Bryan Rollins, Head of Server Business at Atlassian. "The Atlassian Stack improves the productivity of the teams working across it, helping teams from IT to finance to marketing and beyond unleash their potential."

Designed for enterprises that desire behind-the-firewall solutions for compliance, security and availability reasons, the Atlassian Stack includes the following instances:

- Data Center products: JIRA Software, Bitbucket, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence

- Server products: JIRA Core, HipChat, Bamboo, FishEye, Crucible, Crowd

- Add-ons: Portfolio for JIRA, Capture for JIRA, Questions for Confluence, Team Calendars for Confluence

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