Product planning meetings are one of the most important meetings in a product's lifecycle so we decided to take you inside a product planning meeting at Atlassian by filming the latest Portfolio for JIRA planning meeting (filming the planning meeting of a planning tool seemed only fitting). These product planning meetings tend to happen quarterly and last about four hours (don't worry - we time-lapsed it for you of course!).

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Disaster recovery + speed = Confluence Data Center

Having a disaster recovery plan is essential in protecting business-critical applications in the event of a disaster. With the release of Confluence Data Center 5.9, it's now possible to resume operations in an alternate data center (usually in another geographic location), if the main data center becomes unavailable. Get the scoop on Confluence Data Center.

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Our customers have made it loud and clear: there’s a huge demand for JIRA Service Desk Data Center. JIRA Service Desk Data Center is now available, and is ready to help your growing organization perform at scale. Over 15,000 IT teams rely on JIRA Service Desk and it's quickly becoming the service management tool of choice for businesses large and small. Check out how data center can help your business.

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What's the best way to capture and document customer feedback without letting anything slip through the cracks? To learn how Atlassian product managers handle this process, we reached out to two of our own: Jason Wong, Principal PM of JIRA Software, and Sherif Mansour, Senior PM for Confluence. Today's post kicks off the two-part blog series with Jason, and in the second part we'll get insights from Sherif.

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I decided to sit down with different JIRA designers to learn how they reimagined JIRA as JIRA Software, JIRA Core, and JIRA Service desk from a design perspective. The stories were endless, but three things kept popping up in each designer’s story: design spikes, live data prototyping, and a stellar feedback collector.

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