Tag Archives: atlassian

The Atlassian Story with guest Tim Pettersen on Nexus Live

July 11, 2014 By
Mark Miller
Tim Pettersen

Developers around the world are using BitBucket, Stash, Confluence, Jira and HipChat to help manage their projects. In the July 31 installment of Nexus Live, we’ll talk with Tim Pettersen, Developer Advocate at Atlassian.  We’ll find out what’s in store for future releases and how his team is using Nexus to help manage their open […]

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Nexus Professional's Support for Atlassian Crowd

November 17, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Atlassian’s Crowd is a single sign-on and identity management product that many organizations use to consolidate user accounts and control which users and groups have access to which applications. Nexus Professional contains an optional security plugin that allows you to configure Nexus to authenticate against an Atlassian Crowd instance. This blog post dives into the […]

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So How Open is your Open Source Company Anyway?

February 28, 2009 By
Jason van Zyl

Luke Kanies, the creator of Puppet, commented in his last entry about Open Source business models, specifically the idea of an Open Core and what that means. As an Open Source company do you have an open version of your product that’s crippled? Or do you an open version of your product that is truly […]

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