Atlassian MANAGED SERVICES RESOURCES
Unlock the Potential of Your Atlassian System Administration with Managed Services for Atlassian
From Optional to Essential: Three Must-Haves for your Atlassian Stack
When software complexity increases, so does the need for effective system administration. That's why 41% of organizations outsource more than half of their IT and business performance to managed service providers. If you want better control over your Atlassian stack, read this infographic to see why managed services are a must-have.Download the Infographic >
Debunking The Top 3 Myths About Adopting Atlassian Cloud
Gartner projects that by 2025, 95% of data workload will be on the cloud. However, success is not guaranteed. Misconceptions and inaccurate assumptions are already costing 80% companies to overspend on their cloud services. Learn about the biggest mistakes companies make and how partnering with an Atlassian managed service partner, like ServiceRocket can help you avoid these pitfalls.Download the Infographic >
Berkeley Lab Improves Atlassian Workflows with ServiceRocket’s Managed Services
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) partnered with ServiceRocket’s Atlassian Managed Services team to improve their Jira and Confluence usage with configured workflows and deeper insights into their Atlassian instances.Download the Case Study >
Read how ServiceRocket has worked with customers to tackle running business critical tools like Jira and Confluence at scale.
"Looking after more than 6,000 Atlassian users is a full-time job. ServiceRocket's expert team handles huge volumes of trouble tickets so we don't have to. Now, I only spend a couple of hours per week working on Atlassian-related issues and more time on programs that move our business forward."
"A great partner in helping coming up with solutions. Super responsive and often provide options when we don't know exactly what we need."
"Honestly, none of it would work if it wasn't for ServiceRocket's support! The way we are using JIRA sometimes requires some out of the box thinking"