Archives for the tag: JIRA

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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3 steps to taming technical debt

Mounting technical debt is similar to damage caused by termites--left unchecked, both can cause major problems. When technical debt creeps in, development becomes harder, the codebase becomes brittle, and tribal knowledge is required to understand hacks and known workarounds. Technical debt needs to be addressed and avoided in the future, but this is a difficult goal to strive for. Here at Atlassian, teams reduce technical debt by first identifying what it is, developing a plan to iteratively reduce it, and finding creative ways to enable developers to organically make the codebase better. Keep reading to learn more!

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We hosted a webinar with Alex Stillings from Twitter about how they use JIRA Service Desk. We got a lot of questions right afterward (hundreds of them!) and as hard as we tried to answer each one, we didn't have the ability to answer them all in the limited time we had. We wanted to make sure that everyone still got answers, so after reviewing the questions, we posted the most common ones along with our answers.

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Until telepathy is mastered, software teams can enjoy the next best thing: the all-new JIRA HipChat integration. Shipped in JIRA 6.4., teams can now instantly generate project-specific chat rooms and choose which JIRA notifications are broadcast into each room. Teams will get the information they want, where they want it, in real time. This eliminates bothersome shoulder tapping, and messages that get lost in the shuffle. Heck, you won't even need mind reading with this. Let’s dive in and learn more about how teams can resolve issues faster than ever with real-time communication and collaboration in JIRA 6.4.

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A few years ago, Andy started Halogenics with a goal of working closely with many of Australia's top medical research institutions to develop, implement, and support software that would facilitate better research. Halogenics implemented the full stack of Atlassian software – JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, Bamboo, Bitbucket - upon its inception in 2008. As a small company of three, they needed a solution that was powerful, yet cost effective.

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