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We are proud to announce that zAgile has recently engaged with the OpenStack Foundation to create the Activity Board, powered by Wikidsmart. OpenStack is a leading open source software platform for building public and private clouds. The OpenStack Foundation drives... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2013 at The S Curve
Since zAgile's Wikidsmart integrates concepts across tools and phases in the software lifecycle, there are a number of ways this integrated information can be leveraged by engineering teams. Recently, we have had a number of requests to present this information... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2012 at The S Curve
We have made a lot of progress towards adapting the Wikidsmart smart-forms templates for Confluence to be 'natively compatible' with Confluence 4, leveraging its rich user inteface for creating structured content that can be integrated with other applications and tools,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2012 at The S Curve
Kudos to Atlassian for expanding the collaborative and social aspects of the Atlassian suite even further with HipChat. And congrats to the HipChat team for joining Atlassian! Chat is of course a critical aspect to collaboration along with wikis, activity... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2012 at The S Curve
I am pleased to announce that all the power of zAgile's Wikidsmart's infrastructure and applications are now open source. Now all software engineering delivery teams and executives can easily and affordably overcome the problem of disparate teams and tools easily.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2012 at The S Curve
I am excited to be speaking at this event on Feb 16. Its an opportunity to share and explore what cloud technologies provide in support of running and management of large-scale, globally distributed software projects. Here is the abstract of... Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2012 at The S Curve
A demonstration of how the integration of Selenium with Confluence and JIRA using Wikidsmart Applications (formerly zAgile Teamwork) can give you added boost to your QA cycles. The integration of these tools enables full scale test management, automation, reporting and... Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2011 at The S Curve
This video demonstrates zAgile's integration of Salesforce with Confluence and JIRA which brings customer relationship management to the rest of your organization. The integration of these tools enables the entire organization to be on the same page with regards to... Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2011 at The S Curve
Wikis have become entrenched in the enterprise as the most common ‘groupware’ application for collaboration amongst individuals and teams. They are easy to acquire, easy to setup, and easy to use for capturing ad hoc content that teams desire to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 4, 2011 at The S Curve
As an enterprise wiki, Confluence is not only a collaboration platform for sharing user-generated content across teams and departments, it is also an "Information Portal". This capability is particularly enhanced by zAgile Teamwork which allows Confluence users to embed "pixel-perfect"... Continue reading
Posted Sep 14, 2011 at The S Curve
Teamwork 3 provides much tighter integration of Confluence with JIRA Workflows using the JIRA XMLRPC API using the zAgile Teamwork plugin for JIRA. So it is now possible to initiate and interact with JIRA Workflow-based tasks from within Confluence pages... Continue reading
Posted Sep 13, 2011 at The S Curve
Earlier this week, zAgile released Teamwork 3 -- a much anticipated and exciting release with significant focus towards improving the integration and interoperability of JIRA and Confluence for team collaboration and software project management. With zAgile Teamwork, teams can capture... Continue reading
Posted Sep 6, 2011 at The S Curve
Hi Reddy, Thank you for your interest in zAgile Teamwork. you can try this capability in our sandbox here : This demonstrates a simple Requirements document with line item requirements that may be mapped to a specific JIRA project and for each Requirement Item, a corresponding JIRA Task may be created. This feature is also available for initiating Requirement acceptance workflow as well as for Test Case execution (also in the sandbox). -Sanjiva
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