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ACP-600 Project Administration in Jira Server

ACP-600 Project Administration in Jira Server

Capable Project Administrators are essential to the optimal functioning of Jira in large organizations.

Certified Jira Project Administrators are the power users who know how to configure projects and boards, customize workflows and manage project permissions in their organization's Jira Server or Data Center instance. They live in Jira day-to-day, and can help scale their instance to meet the demand of their business, so their Jira Administrator and teams can get more work done.

Roles, Permissions and Issue Level Security

Given business requirements, determine appropriate permissions for project team members

Determine if and how issue-level security should be configured in a project

Manage project role membership

Troubleshoot issues with roles, permissions and issue security and escalate if required

Project Configuration

Describe how versions are managed in Jira

Given requirements, determine how to create and configure project components and auto assi

Describe how to manage general project configurations (e.g., project details, project sidebar)

Describe the use of schemes and the implications of using project templates

Issue Types, Workflows, Fields, Screens and Notifications

Given business requirements, determine the appropriate issue types

Given business requirements, determine the appropriate Jira workflow configuration

Given a scenario, determine the appropriate method to edit project workflows to meet business needs

Given business requirements, determine appropriate screen configuration

Given business requirements, determine appropriate field configuration

Given business requirements, determine if and how to add fields to project screens

Given business requirements, recommend the appropriate project notifications

Troubleshoot issues with notifications, workflows, fields and screens Reports, Dashboards and JQL

Determine an appropriate dashboard configuration

Identify the appropriate project reports

Translate business requirements into appropriate JQL queries

Global Configuration

Given a scenario, select changes to issue links, time tracking, priorities and resolutions.
Project Administration in Jira Server
Atlassian Administration availability
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Three just-disclosed remote code execution (RCE) security vulnerabilities open up Atlassian Confluence Data Center & Server, and Bamboo, to system takeover, the software company is warning.

Confluence is a popular Web-based corporate wiki used for collaboration in cloud and hybrid server environments that allows one-click connections to a variety of different databases. More than 60,000 customers use Confluence, including LinkedIn, NASA, and the New York Times.

Bamboo, meanwhile, is a continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) server for software development that provides automated building and testing of software source-code status.

Successful exploitation of any of the flaws could offer a wide-open door into users' cloud infrastructure, software supply chain, and more. While threat actors need to be authenticated to be successful, no user interaction is required to exploit the bugs.

In Confluence, the vulnerabilities are tracked as CVE-2023-22505 (CVSS 8.5) and CVE-2023-22508 (CVSS 8.0). Both were patched in Confluence versions 8.3.2 and 8.4.0.

"This injection and RCE vulnerability allow an authenticated attacker to modify the actions taken by a system call and execute arbitrary code which has high impact to confidentiality, high impact to integrity, high impact to availability,” Atlassian noted in its security advisory on Confluence.

Meanwhile, the high-severity issue in the Bamboo Data Center (CVE-2023-22506, CVSS 7.5) was patched in versions 9.2.3 and 9.3.1.

"[An attacker can] modify the actions taken by a system call and execute arbitrary code which has high impact to confidentiality, high impact to integrity, high impact to availability," according to Atlassian. 

Given the sensitive nature of Atlassian within corporate networks, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is urging that users apply the patches to their Atlassian instances as soon as possible.

Mon, 24 Jul 2023 17:34:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.darkreading.com/cloud/atlassian-rce-bugs-plague-confluence-bamboo
Killexams : Looking At Atlassian's accurate Unusual Options Activity

Someone with a lot of money to spend has taken a bullish stance on Atlassian TEAM.

And retail traders should know.

We noticed this today when the big position showed up on publicly available options history that we track here at Benzinga.

Whether this is an institution or just a wealthy individual, we don't know. But when something this big happens with TEAM, it often means somebody knows something is about to happen.

So how do we know what this whale just did?

Today, Benzinga's options scanner spotted 10 uncommon options trades for Atlassian.

This isn't normal.

The overall sentiment of these big-money traders is split between 60% bullish and 40%, bearish.

Out of all of the special options we uncovered, 6 are puts, for a total amount of $222,438, and 4 are calls, for a total amount of $289,100.

What's The Price Target?

Taking into account the Volume and Open Interest on these contracts, it appears that whales have been targeting a price range from $140.0 to $270.0 for Atlassian over the last 3 months.

Volume & Open Interest Development

In terms of liquidity and interest, the mean open interest for Atlassian options trades today is 153.22 with a total volume of 2,243.00.

In the following chart, we are able to follow the development of volume and open interest of call and put options for Atlassian's big money trades within a strike price range of $140.0 to $270.0 over the last 30 days.

Atlassian Option Volume And Open Interest Over Last 30 Days

Biggest Options Spotted:

Symbol PUT/CALL Trade Type Sentiment Exp. Date Strike Price Total Trade Price Open Interest Volume
TEAM CALL TRADE BEARISH 01/19/24 $150.00 $154.4K 201 40
TEAM CALL SWEEP BULLISH 07/28/23 $172.50 $59.7K 46 540
TEAM PUT SWEEP BEARISH 12/15/23 $220.00 $50.9K 3 0
TEAM CALL TRADE BULLISH 12/15/23 $200.00 $49.1K 385 0
TEAM PUT SWEEP BULLISH 08/04/23 $140.00 $39.0K 123 1.0K
Symbol PUT/CALL Trade Type Sentiment Exp. Date Strike Price Total Trade Price Open Interest Volume
TEAM CALL TRADE BEARISH 01/19/24 $150.00 $154.4K 201 40
TEAM CALL SWEEP BULLISH 07/28/23 $172.50 $59.7K 46 540
TEAM PUT SWEEP BEARISH 12/15/23 $220.00 $50.9K 3 0
TEAM CALL TRADE BULLISH 12/15/23 $200.00 $49.1K 385 0
TEAM PUT SWEEP BULLISH 08/04/23 $140.00 $39.0K 123 1.0K

Where Is Atlassian Standing Right Now?

  • With a volume of 823,579, the price of TEAM is down -3.41% at $170.63.
  • RSI indicators hint that the underlying stock may be approaching overbought.
  • Next earnings are expected to be released in 7 days.

Options are a riskier asset compared to just trading the stock, but they have higher profit potential. Serious options traders manage this risk by educating themselves daily, scaling in and out of trades, following more than one indicator, and following the markets closely.

If you want to stay updated on the latest options trades for Atlassian, Benzinga Pro gives you real-time options trades alerts.

© 2023 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

Thu, 27 Jul 2023 23:57:00 -0500 text/html https://www.benzinga.com/markets/options/23/07/33428879/looking-at-atlassians-recent-unusual-options-activity
Killexams : Why Atlassian Stock Stands Strong Today

What happened

Shares of collaboration software specialist Atlassian (TEAM 0.84%) lifted its weight with authority on Friday. Following a robust fiscal fourth-quarter earnings report, Atlassian's stock rose as much as 24.8% at the market open. The gain cooled down to a still-impressive 19% by 12:30 p.m. ET.

So what

Atlassian's adjusted fourth-quarter earnings more than doubled year over year, rising from $0.27 to $0.57 per diluted share. Top-line sales jumped 23.5% higher, landing at $939 million.

The analyst consensus had called for earnings near $0.43 per share on revenue of roughly $911 million, sticking close to management's guidance figures. The company breezed past those projections with ease.

Looking ahead to fiscal year 2024, Atlassian expects revenue growth in the 30% range in the cloud and data center segments. The legacy server business is expected to decline throughout the year, adding zero dollars to next year's fourth-quarter revenue line. Atlassian's future lies in a hybrid cloud solution, where most customers rely on cloud-based services while others prefer software license and tech support bundles under the data center banner.

Now what

This is what Atlassian's business looks like in a difficult market with uncertain macroeconomic trends. I expect the Jira project tracker, Trello project management, and Confluence collaboration platforms to pick up speed as the kneeling world economy gets back on its feet again.

The stock isn't cheap, trading at 105 times trailing earnings today. Still, it's hard to argue with Atlassian's skyrocketing sales growth, even in a difficult economy. So if you don't mind paying a premium price for a high-octane growth stock, Atlassian could have a place in your portfolio after Friday's big jump. Otherwise, you might want to wait for another price drop -- like the one Atlassian experienced last November -- before hitting the "buy" button.

Anders Bylund has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has positions in and recommends Atlassian. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

Fri, 04 Aug 2023 11:03:00 -0500 Anders Bylund en text/html https://www.fool.com/investing/2023/08/04/why-atlassian-stock-stands-strong-today/
Killexams : Atlassian shares skyrocket as CEOs see wider margins returning

Scott Farquhar, co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Atlassian Corp., walks the grounds during the Allen & Co. Media and Technology Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 12, 2023.

David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images

Atlassian shares jumped as much as 24% in extended trading on Thursday after the collaboration software maker announced stronger-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter results and promised wider margins in the future.

Here's how the company did:

  • Earnings: 57 cents per share, adjusted, vs. 45 cents per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv.
  • Revenue: $939.1 million, vs. $914.6 million as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv.

Atlassian's revenue grew 24% year over year in the quarter, which ended on June 30, according to a statement. The company's net loss of $59 million or 23 cents per share, narrowed from $90.6 million, or 36 cents per share, in the year-ago quarter.

At the end of the quarter, Atlassian counted 262,337 customers, according to a letter to shareholders. That's below the 264,780 consensus among analysts surveyed by StreetAccount.

But the company's quarterly revenue guidance surpassed expectations. Executives see revenue between $950 million and $970 million, implying about 19% growth in the middle of the range. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had been looking for $954.6 million in revenue.

Management called for a -8% operating margin for the 2024 fiscal year, compared with -10% for the 2023 and 3% in 2022. And co-CEOs Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes said in a letter to shareholders that there's more improvement ahead.

"Starting in FY25, we expect operating margins to expand from the FY24 guidance we're providing today and begin trending towards the historical margins Atlassian is known for, driven by durable revenue growth combined with moderating investment in areas we've accelerated over the past two years, like cloud migrations," they wrote.

The company also said that Cameron Deatsch, who has worked as chief revenue officer for the past three and a half years, will leave in December.

Cloud services carry a lower gross margin than on-premises software because of hosting fees. In 2020 cloud represented less than half of Atlassian's revenue, and as the company saw advantages to having more of its clients move to the cloud, it offered them financial incentives. Millions of users moved to Atlassian's cloud services in the 2023 fiscal year, with 250,000 customers using them, Farquhar and Cannon-Brookes said in their investor letter.

During the fiscal fourth quarter, Atlassian showed how it would bolster its applications with generative artificial intelligence to handle support requests and receive automated answers to questions about corporate documents. Earlier this year competitors such as Microsoft and Salesforce also unveiled plans for the technology, which can produce human-like text after a person types in information.

Atlassian shares were up about 32% year to date when excluding their after-hours move, compared with a 17% climb for the S&P 500 index.

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Thu, 03 Aug 2023 21:29:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.cnbc.com/2023/08/03/atlassian-team-q4-earnings-report-2023.html
Killexams : Atlassian Jumps the Most in Two Years on Cloud Forecast

(Bloomberg) -- Atlassian Corp. rallied 19% after delivering a forecast for the new year that quelled investor anxieties over a slowdown in internet technology spending.

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Cloud revenue will grow in the fiscal year ending June 2024 by 25% to 30%, the collaboration software company said Thursday in a statement. That’s in line with an average of estimates compiled by Bloomberg.

“We closed out a challenging year with strong momentum in cloud migrations,” Co-Chief Executive Officer Scott Farquhar said in the statement.

Analysts had expressed caution about the durability of Atlassian’s cloud growth in the lead up to earnings. Atlassian faced “a wall of worry about the macro, the guidance, the margin, basically everything,” wrote Alex Zukin, an analyst at Wolfe Research. After strong results, “the script has been completely flipped,” he said.

The stock jump Friday morning was the largest intraday increase in two years. Through Thursday’s close, the stock had gained 32%, which is short of the 37% rally in the iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF. Like many peers, Atlassian has introduced new artificial intelligence features into its line of products this year, which includes Jira and Confluence.

In the fiscal fourth quarter, revenue increased 24% to $939 million, slightly exceeding analyst estimates. Profit, excluding some items, was 57 cents a share. Analysts, on average, projected 45 cents. “The strong execution on costs should be viewed positively,” wrote Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Sunil Rajgopal.

There are still indicators that software spending is under pressure. New customer additions came in significantly under expectations at 2,562, less than half of what analysts expected. The cloud revenue guidance assumes macroeconomic headwinds persist into the new fiscal year, said Chief Financial Officer Joe Binz during the earnings call Thursday.

Still, the sale of new licenses appeared to pick back up again toward the end of the quarter, “offering some hope that we may be close to a bottom in terms of macro headwinds,” wrote William Blair analyst Arjun Bhatia.

(Updates with shares and additional reporting starting in the first paragraph.)

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In a letter to shareholders, Mr Farquhar and Mr Cannon-Brookes reiterated their promise to investors to Strengthen margins in the 2025 financial year, after sacking 500 staff, introducing tougher employee performance metrics and restructuring its engineering organisation.

“We aren’t afraid to make tough tradeoffs in support of durable growth that others shy away from, even when it may be uncomfortable in the short term,” the co-founders wrote.

Following the announcement, Atlassian’s shares climbed to $US213.70 in extended trading after closing at $169.65 in New York. Before Friday morning’s rally, Atlassian’s shares had risen 33 per cent so far this year, and remain 27 per cent lower than a year ago.

The company now has more than 250,000 customers, adding 20,000 customers during the fiscal year, although it said free users were taking longer to convert to paid accounts due to macroeconomic conditions.

During the period, Atlassian migrated millions of users to the cloud, helping lift cloud revenue to more than $US2 billion.

Earlier this year Atlassian also introduced new generative artificial intelligence features to its software which is only available through its cloud products, which is accelerating customers’ cloud migrations, the company said.

The virtual assistant, dubbed Atlassian Intelligence, draws on OpenAI’s latest advancements in large language models and Atlassian customers’ unique data.

“We can enhance generic AI answers with contextual information on a per-customer basis. The result is exceptionally useful output, tailored to each customer’s unique knowledge base and organisational structures,” the co-CEOs wrote.

Unlike Microsoft or GitLab, Atlassian has not set pricing for its AI features. Mr Cannon-Brookes said Atlassian was focused on developing the products and getting more customers to use them before thinking about monetisation.

“Our philosophy is to lead with R&D to build and then customer value before thinking about monetisation. I know there may be others in the industry who go the other way around,” Mr Cannon-Brookes said.

“Those [Atlassian AI] features are now in the hands of the order of thousands of customers, and we are working every single day to make sure that those features deliver customer value and actually used first.”

The company is forecasting a 25 to 30 per cent growth in its cloud revenue in FY24 and revenue between $US950 million and $US970 million in the first quarter.

Three years after moving to a remote-first model, Atlassian said over half of the people it hired in FY23 live more than two hours away from an office. The company said it had continued to benefit from wider tech layoffs, by picking up specialised talent.

On average, 67 per cent of Atlassian’s 10,000-strong global workforce comes to the office at least once a quarter.

The company also announced that its chief revenue officer, Cameron Deatsch will leave the business in December, after almost 11 years with Atlassian.

Thu, 03 Aug 2023 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.afr.com/technology/atlassian-co-founders-are-6bn-richer-after-earnings-update-20230804-p5dtvf
Killexams : Atlassian says you should be told when you’re talking to an AI bot

The government should focus its attention on harms actually being done by AI, and an AI singularity wiping out the world “is a future, speculative risk”, Ms Jaffe told The Australian Financial Review.

In any case, Atlassian did not intend to play traffic cop itself, she said, but would leave assigning the colours up to others, such as one or more advisory boards that could be set up to help the government prioritise and draw up regulations.

“Green” would be for uses of AI that are already well covered by existing laws, where the public might only need better education to “build and maintain public trust in safe and responsible AI.

“There’s this real perception out there that our current legal frameworks aren’t suited to AI: they’re not ready, they can’t keep up. We think that perception isn’t true. There are many ways in which our frameworks are fit for purpose, or could be made fit for purpose,” she said.

In its submission to the government inquiry, the tech giant Google called for an overhaul of Australia’s Copyright Act, to make it easier for AI companies such as Google to train their machine learning models on copyright-protected content they do not have legal rights to.

Google also asked for changes to Australia’s competition law that would create a safe harbour for AI researchers to collaborate with each other across industries, in ways that would normally be deemed anticompetitive.

“We’d have to see the case made” for those sorts of carve-outs for tech companies,” Ms Jaffe said.

“If there is some sort of blocker that can be identified under an existing law, then maybe [carve-outs] should be looked at. But I’m not sure I can see where that arises under our current framework,” she said.

Atlassian is working with the company behind ChatGPT, OpenAI, to develop its own AI software.

The software, known as Atlassian Intelligence, works inside tools such as Atlassian’s Jira issue-tracking platform to quickly generate responses to problems, or to summarise long discussions.

Mon, 14 Aug 2023 23:19:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.afr.com/technology/atlassian-says-you-should-be-told-when-they-re-talking-to-an-ai-bot-20230815-p5dwoc
Killexams : Mortgage credit availability sinks to decade low

A man enters a Bank of America branch in New York.

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As if higher mortgage rates weren't enough, it was harder even to qualify for a mortgage in July than it has been in a decade, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

Its monthly index measuring credit availability dropped in July to the lowest level since 2013, indicating that lending standards are tightening even further.

While availability for all loan types dropped, the component of the index for jumbo loans fell the most, as banks face increasing liquidity issues. Jumbo loans cannot be sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, so they are usually held on bank balance sheets.

Higher mortgage rates have caused demand for home loans to drop. Mortgage applications to purchase a home are 26% lower than they were a year ago, and refinance demand is off 32%, according to the MBA's most accurate weekly survey.

"Declining origination volumes have led to lower profitability for many lenders, resulting in narrower loan product offerings to reduce operational costs," said Joel Kan, an MBA economist, in a release.

A decline in cash-out refinance programs was a major component of the overall drop in credit availability.

The average rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage is now hovering around 7%, more than double what it was just two years ago when refinancing was booming.

Most borrowers today would rather not have to trade out a 3% rate for a 7% rate just to pull cash out of their homes. They are instead turning to home equity lines of credit, which are second liens.

Tue, 08 Aug 2023 21:04:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.cnbc.com/2023/08/08/mortgage-credit-availability-sinks-to-decade-low.html
Killexams : Biden administration taking new actions to boost housing affordability and availability

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The Biden administration on Thursday announced further steps to lower housing costs and boost supply, part of the economic agenda that President Joe Biden will highlight as he seeks a second term.

The administration is taking a “comprehensive federal approach,” White House domestic policy adviser Neera Tanden told reporters, toward improving affordability for both homeowners and renters. The newly announced plan will leverage three separate areas toward achieving this goal: Easing land use and zoning rules, expanding financing and promoting the conversion of commercial to residential space.

As office space needs have shifted in the aftermath of the pandemic, the administration is incentivizing efforts to convert commercial properties to residential homes.

“Our work will involve identifying areas and methods where federal funding, including climate-focused federal resources, can be used to support these conversions,” Biden economic adviser Daniel Hornung said, pointing to funding from the Inflation Reduction Act’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund as one such funding mechanism.

Additionally, he said, “The General Services Administration, which manages much of the federal footprint of buildings, will launch an effort to identify and market surplus federal properties that represent the best opportunities for commercial to residential conversions.”

To address restrictive land use and zoning policies – including those that prohibit multifamily housing development, among other issues, the administration is looking to incentivize municipalities to lift some of those restrictions by “incorporating land use and zoning into the grant criteria for the historic Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods program and also into the Economic Development Administration’s grant programs,” said Hornung.

Additionally, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is announcing a new program, the Pathways to Removing Obstacles to Housing program, which will provide communities with $85 million in funding to “identify and remove barriers to affordable housing production and preservation.”

On financing, the administration is rolling out a $27 billion fund via the Environmental Protection Agency for energy efficient and climate resilient housing. There are also new underwriting guidelines for Federal Housing Administration, a streamlining of other low-income HUD financing programs, and increasing financing for onsite housing units.

The administration is also announcing actions aimed at protecting renters, which comprise roughly 35% of the US population, per a White House fact sheet.

Government entities involved with housing are releasing guidance and best practices to landlords and operators regarding tenant screening reports and giving tenants an opportunity to correct errors in those reports. HUD will also unveil $10 million in tenant education and outreach funding. And there are a series of rulemaking efforts underway to deliver more time to tenants to avoid eviction.

Thu, 27 Jul 2023 15:21:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.cnn.com/2023/07/27/politics/biden-administration-housing-moves/index.html
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