About the Webinar

In an effort to accelerate and enhance their cloud offerings, Atlassian has announced that they will be making changes to Atlassian Server and Data Center. Starting February 2, 2021, Atlassian will discontinue sales of Server licenses and will end support for Server products by February 2024. In addition, pricing for renewals of Server and Data Center will come into effect on February 2, 2021.

Watch this webinar to learn everything you need to know about the upcoming changes to Atlassian Server and Data Center as well as understand your options for moving forward. Most importantly, Coyote Creek is here to support you and provide guidance regardless of the path you decide.

In this webinar, we discuss:

  • Server license end date timelines
  • Updates to Data Center applications and support
  • Server & Data Center pricing changes
  • Cloud Migration Services

About the Presenters

Mike Faster

Mike Faster
Coyote Creek Consulting

About Mike

Mike Faster is the Founder and President of Coyote Creek, with more than 25 years of experience in building and leading complex technology organizations. Among other numerous high-visibility projects, Faster has served as Interim Chief Information Officer for Ariba, SpinCircuit.com and Chemdex. Prior to founding Coyote Creek in 1998, Faster served in numerous director and management positions for leading technology companies, including Apple Computer, Palm Computing, Cadence Design Systems and Komag. Faster has a B.S. Degree in Management from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Dave Theodore

Dave Theodore
Director of Atlassian Services
Coyote Creek Consulting

About Dave

Dave Theodore launched Coyote Creek’s Atlassian practice 11 years ago, and he’s been helping clients make the most of Atlassian’s tools ever since. Having worked with Atlassian Data Center since it was in Beta, Dave is an Atlassian expert who knows the details of setting up and running Jira, Confluence, BitBucket and Crowd on Data Center inside and out.

From 1,000-user companies to 80,000-user organizations, Dave has “been there, done that.” In fact, he’s been architecting large data centers and application environments for over 20 years.