The Two-Factor Authenticator app is an extra layer of security for your Atlassian Suite, designed to ensure that you’re the only person accessing your accounts.
About Timothy Chin
Having had a hand in everything from development, support and infrastructure management; the chief firefighter is here to save the day! Currently focusing on Atlassian suite of tools and dabbling in all sorts of technologies.
Entries by Timothy Chin
Coding, prototyping, and blogging are a few good habits that can make you a better software engineer. What are some successful habits you’ve learned?
We’ve recapped all the major developments from Day 1 at Atlassian Summit. Check out all the announcements around Data Center, Cloud, Trello and Stride!
A group of Docker Engines can be grouped into a single, virtual Docker Engine – a Docker Swarm. We show you the benefits, and how to create a Docker Swarm
Moving JIRA Service Desk to AWS provides many advantages. This blog continues instructions for setting up and configuring JIRA Service Desk.
Moving JIRA Service Desk and Bitbucket Server Data Center to AWS can save money and improve performance. We’ll show you how to get started.
The latest version of Maven (3.3) generates an error when it is run in Bamboo. We show the error and how to resolve it
Creating a new certificate for a Tomcat instance/server is pretty straightforward. For example, GoDaddy has a solid page to describe this (https://www.godaddy.com/help/generating-a-csr-and-installing-an-ssl-certificate-in-tomcat-4x5x6x7x-5239). However, once the certificate expires or is about to expire, replacing it can be tricky due to the many conflicting explanations floating around. Once a certificate is renewed, GoDaddy will provide you with […]
Learn, how monitoring JIRA software using the ELK combination of tools provide status information instantaneously.
Tasks that are executed by Remote Agents in Atlassian’s Bamboo cannot access some of Bamboo’s APIs. This blog details the code required to overcome this limitation.