Atlassian /?t'læsi?n/ is an enterprise software company that develops products for software developers, project managers, and content management. It is best known for its issue tracking application, Jira, and its team collaboration and wiki product, Confluence. Atlassian serves over 60,000 customers globally, including 85 of the Fortune 100. Atlassian was founded in Sydney, Australia in 2002. In a 2014 restructuring, the parent company became Atlassian Corporation PLC of the UK, with a registered address in London—though the actual headquarters remains in Sydney. Atlassian has six offices in five countries: Amsterdam (Netherlands), Austin (United States), Manila (Philippines), San Francisco (United States), Yokohama (Japan) and Sydney (Australia). The group has over 1,700 employees serving over 60,000 customers and many millions of users. The name derives from the Titan Atlas (/'ætl?s/; Ancient Greek: ?t?a?) from Greek mythology who had been punished to hold up the Heavens after the Greek gods had overthrown the Titans. The current logo reflects this through the blue X-shaped figure holding up what is shown to be the bottom of the sky.