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Atlassian’s announcement that they were gradually phasing out the sale of and support for Server licenses in October 2020 was a controversial one, to say the least. However, recent trends around the growth of cloud imply that Atlassian is fully on track with its “journey to the cloud”.
We recently presented on the “State of the Marketplace” at the New York ACE. This was a great event so for those that may have missed it we’ve consolidated our findings here.
Our Atlassian Marketplace analysis is powered by our Marketplace Analytics Research Service (MARS). This is our unique database of 3rd party Atlassian Marketplace apps that has in-depth Marketplace data going back all the way to when we created it in November 2017.
While other Atlassian Partners focus on making their own applications, we believed that we could bring greater value by creating a quantitative and objective database on every facet of the Atlassian Marketplace.
Introduction It's been a while since we last covered Scripting/Automation in the Atlassian ecosystem with our 2019 webinar on "A Detailed Review of Automation & Scripting Apps for Jira, Confluence, & Bitbucket" so we thought that an update would be in order....
With Atlassian focusing on cloud and performance at scale on Data Center, how users leverage 3rd party apps is going to make a huge difference in terms of your Atlassian ROI. We’re here to help you achieve that ROI, today and tomorrow.
With the Atlassian Marketplace booming (instances have grown 99% from 2018 to 2021) customers are increasingly recognizing the incredible value that is available from using 3rd party apps. However, with nearly 4,000 available apps and 1.6M instances, navigating it can be difficult.
Excellentable by Addteq allows Confluence users to collaboratively create, edit, and share Excel style spreadsheets all from within Confluence. Rather than endlessly having to leave Confluence clicking on link after link as you try to find the spreadsheet file and version relevant to you, Excellentable users can easily view and edit their sheets right on the Confluence page itself. Since spreadsheet data is displayed on the page itself rather than in a link, users can also search for its content from Confluence itself.
Welcome to the new Apps in the 500 Club!
Made up of all Atlassian Marketplace apps with over 500 instances, the 500 Club is a key part of our Marketplace Analytic Research Service (MARS)–our database of 3rd party Atlassian Marketplace apps.
We created MARS in November 2017 because while many Atlassian Partners make their own apps, we believed that we could bring greater value by creating a quantitative and objective database on every facet of the Atlassian Marketplace.