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With its flexibility and accessibility, many software development teams are now standardizing on Git and moving away from older version control systems like SVN and CVS. Adding Bitbucket, which seamlessly integrates with the rest of the Atlassian stack, gives you a true DVCS management powerhouse. But, in a large organization with hundreds of teams and thousands of people, it can be hard to know exactly where to start. From technical considerations such as sizing, performance, scaling and migrations

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We continue to see more teams standardize on Atlassian as our products become mission critical to teams' productivity and collaboration. Our Data Center editions support the criticality of these applications for growing teams. Today, we are deepening our investments in our Data Center products and are excited to announce new capabilities that enable teams to address their growing needs for deployment flexibility, authentication, control, high availability and performance. Oh, and a new product joins the Data Center family.

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Scaling in Bitbucket Cloud: new features and reliability numbers

More and more applications are moving to the cloud. It is growing so rapidly that revenue from public cloud platforms, business services, and SAAS will grow 22%, reaching $236 billion by 2020 according to Forrester*. But why? The flexibility to scale cloud capacity, decreased hardware costs, automatic software updates and the ability to access critical information anytime, from anywhere makes a powerful business case for cloud.

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See work for the day on a personal dashboard, and get a good idea of what needs to get done; no more clicking around or searching through email notifications. All of the pull requests that need attention are right there, and can be dealt with quickly. Also see who else is reviewing the code, their approvals, comments, tasks, and whether there are any merge conflicts or build failures.

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Software development teams like to move fast and stay on the cutting edge of innovation. And in order to produce great software, it's essential for teams to use the latest and greatest tools. But changing or upgrading tools can bring unwanted security concerns that many companies can't afford to risk. So, how can a software development team stay current without risking their intellectual property?

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This is a guest post written by Kat Boogaard, a writer for Toggl who covers a little bit of everything — but places most of her focus on career, communication, and self-development topics. So you want your agile team to be amazing. Who can blame you? It’s human nature to want to build something awesome. We have grand aspirations for our teams, especially when they're just starting to take shape. You've probably heard several quick tips for agile. Get training on the basic principles...

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