Add-ons management of Jira and Confluence


An add-on (or plugin, they are slightly different) is an installable component that supplements or enhances the functionality of Jira and Confluence in some way. e.g Automation for Jira, Team calendar for Confluence. Both recent version of Jira and Confluence primarily use UPM (Universal Plugin Manager) to manage add-ons. They may look very similar in … Continue reading Add-ons management of Jira and Confluence

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Atlassian Marketplace server is not reachable


If you are seeing the error message 'The Atlassian Marketplace server is not reachable. Available application updates will not appear on this page." on the Jira Version & License page - https://jira.mycompany.com/plugins/servlet/applications/versions-licenses. Then you should check the following three places: Network Make sure your Jira box has a workable network. Run some ping or curl testings to … Continue reading Atlassian Marketplace server is not reachable

Run hubot and hubot-slack behind proxy


If you are struggling to run hubot with Slack behind the corporate proxy. Here are two things that you can try: Set https_proxy environment variables, it has to be lower case. If the corporate proxy intercepts https (it means the proxy decrypts then re-encrypts the https traffics with its own certificate which most likely to … Continue reading Run hubot and hubot-slack behind proxy

Enterprise releases for Jira Software and Confluence


Atlassian announced Enterprise release for Jira and Confluence early this year. What does it mean to you? In my opion, if stability is the number one priority for you (not more features), then you should always go for the current enterprise release when you plan to upgrade your Jira and Confluence. What’s unique about an … Continue reading Enterprise releases for Jira Software and Confluence