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State of the Ecosystem

State of the Ecosystem

Jonathan Nolen & Jens Schumacher, Atlassian

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State of the Ecosystem - Atlassian Summit 2010 State of the Ecosystem - Atlassian Summit 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1 1
  • Atlassian Developer Ecosystem State of the Union Jonathan Nolen & Jens Schumacher Developer Relations Atlassian 2 2
  • Agenda • 1. Why are we here? • 2. What have we been up to? • 3. What are we planning? 3 3 View slide
  • Meet your Developer Relations Team Ben Dan Jens Jonathan Sam Speakmon Rosen Schumacher Nolen le Berrigaud 4 4 View slide
  • Why are we here? 5 5
  • How do you find us? • Forums - http://forums.atlassian.com/ • IRC - irc.freenode.net, #atlassiandev channel • Email - developer-relations@atlassian.com • Twitter - http://twitter.com/atlassiandev/ • Blog - http://blogs.atlassian.com/developer/ 6 6
  • State of the Ecosystem 7 7
  • State of the Ecosystem - Users • Over 500 plugins in http://plugins.atlassian.com • More than 150 new plugins this year • More than 80 commercial plugins 8 8
  • State of the Ecosystem - Developers • Over 18,000 active customers • 13,000 JIRA installations in the field • 9,000 Confluence installations • 2,000 Fisheye & Crucible installations • 1,000 Bamboo installations • 50,000 Starter Licenses! • 75,000 plugin downloads last month • Five developer relations staff! 9 9
  • What have we been up to? 10 10
  • Five Awesome Tools for Plugin Devs • 1. Plugins 2 • 2. Atlassian SDK • 3. Documentation • 4. Atlassian Plugin Exchange • 5. JIRA Studio for Plugins 11 11
  • Plugins 2 • Define your own Servlet plugin modules • Servlets, Servlet Filters, Context Params, & Context Listeners • Define your own plugin modules • Dynamic Plugin Modules • Faster Javascript & CSS • Auto-batching & auto-minification of Web Resources • Atlassian User Interface (AUI) • Insert your own content Plugins 2 & OSGi John Kodumal’s • Web Resource Contexts, Web Panels Today @ 5:00 pm 12 12
  • The Atlassian Plugin SDK • Get up and running quickly • Solves the problem of Maven configuration • Helps you create new plugins in the best way Atlassian SDK Ben Speakmon up next! 13 13
  • Documentation • http://developer.atlassian.com/ • Spring Doc Sprint • 3 days • 30 people - • 18 new tutorials, at all levels (40 total) • Weʼll do it again soon — join us! 14 14
  • Atlassian Plugin Exchange plugins.atlassian.com 15 15
  • JIRA Studio for Plugins • What you get • Bug tracker • Wiki • Source Code • Code Reviews • Continuous Builds • Whoʼs it for? • Free, OpenSource Development in the Cloud Kamal Nabjee or Commercial! Friday @ 2:15pm 16 16
  • Five Awesome Tools for Plugin Devs • 1. Plugins 2 - everyone should be using plugins2 • 2. Atlassian SDK - start developing quickly • 3. Documentation - growing our docs • 4. Atlassian Plugin Exchange - make sure your plugin can be found • 5. JIRA Studio for Plugins - worldsʼ best development tools for your plugin 17 17
  • What are we planning? 18 18
  • Jens 19 19
  • New Awesome Tools for Plugin Devs • 1. Universal Plugin Manager • 2. Test your plugin • 3. Rapid application development 20 20
  • Universal Plugin Manager 21 21
  • Universal Plugin Manager • Download Statistics Confluence JIRA 22 22
  • Universal Plugin Manager • Features • Discover • Install • Configure • Disable • Enable • Remove • Update 23 23
  • Test your plugin 24 24
  • Bamboo • Continuous Integration • Reduced Risk • Increased Quality • Immediate Feedback • Collaboration 25 25
  • Rapid application development with Atlassian tools 26 26
  • Platform Attachments Pages & Blogs Persistence Labels Confluence as a Platform Jonathan Gilbert Comments Integration Today @ 4:15 pm 27 27
  • Platform • Persistence • Large datasets • Efficient querying • Searchable • Sandboxed Confluence as a Platform Jonathan Gilbert Today @ 4:15 pm 28 28
  • Questions? 29 29
  • Resources • Documentation - http://developer.atlassian.com • Forums - http://forums.atlassian.com/ • IRC - irc.freenode.net, #atlassiandev channel • Email - developer-relations@atlassian.com • Twitter - http://twitter.com/atlassiandev/ • Blog - http://blogs.atlassian.com/developer/ 30 30