Atlassian, a leading provider of collaboration software for development teams, announced the immediate availability of Atlassian Marketplace, a complete online store where customers can easily discover, try, buy and manage more than 1,000 add-ons and third party integrations – free or for purchase – that complement Atlassian products. Atlassian co-founder and CEO, Mike Cannon-Brookes, formally launched Atlassian Marketplace during his presentation at the Atlassian Summit, the company´s largest user conference, which took place at the San Francisco Design Center Concourse from May 31 to June 1.
“The Atlassian Marketplace is like an applications store for our more than 20,000 customers” , said Cannon-Brookes. “Now, anyone can easily try and purchase a new business software solution in minutes, without leaving our products or our web store. Whether you are looking for testing apps, CRM integrations, graphic add-ons or any other solution, Atlassian Marketplace offers the best web has to offer software development teams”.
Atlassian Marketplace has more than 1,000 add-ons, both free and for purchase, that integrate and extend the functions of Atlassian´s suite of software products, including JIRA, the industry´s leading bug management tool; Confluence, its collaboration software; BitBucket, its web- based code hosting service; Bamboo, its continuous integration server; and the recently launched Stash, a GIT repository management control system for large business teams. More than 85% of Fortune 100 companies use Atlassian´s products.