Archives for the tag: performance

Confluence performance: twice as fast in the cloud

We need tools that support the speed at which we work. Even a slight wait can throw you off your flow. Have you ever gotten impatient while waiting for, oh... I don't know... a Confluence page to load? So you pop over to Facebook (just for a sec – seriously!), and after chuckling over some pics of cats in Halloween costumes, you realize twenty minutes has gone by and you're on a sub-reddit you never knew existed, with no recollection of what you were working on. Not exactly ideal for productivity. One

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On Tuesday, JIRA Product Managers Otto Ruettiner and Eve Stankiewicz hosted a webinar on performance testing. In 30 minutes, they revealed the five secrets of ensuring a highly-performant large scale JIRA instance. Check out the recording and learn everything you need to know about: What performance improvements you can expect from (upgrading to) JIRA 6.4 How your instance's performance might change as it scales Suggestions of the best tools for implementing your own performance testing Watch

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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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HTTP Client Performance – IO

Apparently, one of the unsolved programming problems of our time is making HTTP calls - at least, taken from the fact that new HTTP client libraries keep cropping up. Mostly, the focus is on new features, async APIs etc. But what about the actual IO part? Especially regarding performance? A rather specific case I'm not going to do a general performance comparison - too many aspects. My use case is a bit more specific - downloading files, potentially large, from a fast network. When downloading

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Meet FishEye and Crucible 3.0, a massive upgrade to our code search, visualization and review tools that will help development teams work faster, every day. This release provides developers with more powerful ways to track changes across all their code repositories, share knowledge, and accelerate collaboration cycles. Developers will find it easier to perform pre-commit reviews and benefit from huge indexing performance gains – especially for Subversion repositories. Come and meet the new FishEye

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Feel the Love with Bamboo 4.4!

It's not quite Valentine's Day, and already, l'amour is in l'air. If you're not feelin' it yet, this is the perfect time to check out Bamboo 4.4 - filled to the brim with customer-reported fixes and enhancements. It's our way of showing that we care. Minus the satin heart-bearing bear. Now don't laugh when you see what bubbled up on our backlog. The common thread tying this motley mélange of a release together is you: your votes, your requests. Here's a sample: Native support for TestNG

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