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Atlassian, Inc. (//) is an Australian enterprise software company that makes products geared towards software developers and project managers. It is best known for its issue tracking application, JIRA, and its team collaboration product, Confluence.
Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar met while studying at the University of New South Wales. They founded Atlassian in Sydney in 2002. They have now expanded their offices to Amsterdam, San Francisco and Gdańsk. The company currently serves 26,000 customers globally.
Products and Services 
- HipChat is a cross-platform group chat and instant messaging service acquired by Atlassian in 2012.
Distributed Version Control Solutions 
- In 2010, Atlassian acquired Bitbucket 
Code Base 
- Crucible, FishEye, Bamboo, and Clover are targeted at programmers working with a code base. Each product can be integrated with JIRA. FishEye, Crucible and Clover were added to Atlassian's portfolio through the acquisition of another Australian software company, Cenqua.
- In May 2012 Atlassian launched their Marketplace, a website where customers can download plug-ins for various Atlassian products.
See also 
- "Our Company". Atlassian.
- Moses, Asher (15 July 2010). "From Uni dropouts to software magnates". The Sydney Morning Herald.
- Tam, Pui-Wing (14 July 2010). "Accel Invests $60 Million in Atlassian". Digits (Wall Street Journal).
- "You did it! Atlassian raises $1 million for Room to Read". Retrieved 2013-05-04.