Atlassian Launches Jira Ops, an Incident Response System with Slack Integration

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Atlassian Launches Jira Ops, an Incident Response System with Slack Integration
ZDNet | Atlassian launched Jira Ops, an incident response hub for software and information technology teams. Jira Ops is a single place to respond to incidents, link systems in place, and create consistent processes. Atlassian is launching Jira Ops in beta for free. The paid 1.0 version will arrive in early 2019. The product highlights how Atlassian is doubling down on managing IT teams.
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Jira Ops + OpsGenie: Powerful Incident Management
Atlassian Blog | First, Atlassian has entered into an agreement to acquire OpsGenie, a leader in incident alerting. Over 3,000 customers, including Air Canada, The Washington Post, and Overstock trust OpsGenie to manage their on-call schedule and notify the right people as soon as an incident occurs. Second, Atlassian is launching a new product — called Jira Ops — to serve as an incident command center, giving your response teams a central place to coordinate their work during a major incident.
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