Archives for the tag: Data Center

Are you on one of those teams that finds all kinds of ways to stretch the limits of its development tools? If you're at a big company, working on big projects stored in big repositories – possibly repos that are shared with teammates across multiple continents – the answer is probably "yes". Using Git at massive scale can be so inefficient that it poisons your team's productivity. So I want to bring you up to speed on the antidote we've developed. It's called smart mirroring, and it's now available in Bitbucket Data Center.

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We're committed to helping teams deliver software at speed. Today we’re excited to announce that we’ve shipped these features: Smart Mirroring to improve clone performance for distributed teams, available in Bitbucket Data Center; Git LFS support to allow collaboration on all file types of any size, available in Bitbucket Server and Data Center; and Projects for organizing multiple repositories, available in Bitbucket Cloud, Server and 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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Play it safe: Disaster Recovery for JIRA Data Center

Since we launched JIRA Data Center in July 2014, Disaster Recovery has been one of the most frequently requested features from customers. JIRA is business critical and customers want to be prepared and ensure its availability in the event of a disaster. Well, we listened and we're excited to announce that it's here! With JIRA Data Center 6.4, customers can now configure a cold single or multi node standby site in a geographically separate location.

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Stash Data Center is open for business

Since its first release in April 2005 by Linus Torvalds, Git has become the world's most popular source code management system for developers. Git is also gaining traction within the enterprise. Thirty three percent of respondents to a 2014 enterprise survey by Forrester Consulting indicated that 60% or more of their code is currently stored and managed by Git-based systems. Git has become popular because of its easy branching model, flexible workflows, and distributed architecture.

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Confluence Data Center: collaboration at full speed

Last week, we released Confluence 5.7, which helps teams collaborate more easily with inline comments. While all Confluence users will enjoy the ability to comment on project plans, MS Office files, images, and more, Confluence 5.7 also includes special capabilities for system administrators using the Data Center deployment option for Confluence.

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