How to support your geo-distributed teams with Atlassian Data Center

Are your distributed teams complaining about slow application performance that are impacting their ability to get work done? Setting up the right infrastructure is critical to providing every team with the same experience, regardless of location. Learn how Atlassian Data Center provides performance at scale for your distributed teams with a deep dive on the newest features: CDN support and smart mirror farms.

Today, having a global footprint with distributed teams in at least more than one location is the norm. Setting up the right infrastructure is critical to providing all of your teams the same experience, regardless of location. Are your distributed teams complaining about slow application performance that are impacting their ability to get work done? As the size of your distributed workforce grows, challenges like this only continue to grow.

Learn how Atlassian Data Center provides performance at scale for your distributed teams and get access to:

  • Best practices on instance setup and configuration for distributed team work
  • A deep dive on some of the latest geo-performance features like CDN and Smart Mirror Farms
  • Tips for scaling teamwork globally

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Jakub Lazinski

Senior Product Manager, Data Center

Jakub has been with Atlassian for 3 years. He initially started as Product Manager for Jira, where he worked on highly requested end user and admin facing features. before he moved on to building performance testing tooling for Jira. Over the last year, Jakub has been solely focused on Atlassian Data Center performance and scalability projects.

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Richard Friend

Senior Developer, Bitbucket Server & Data Center

Richard has worked on Bitbucket Data Center for almost 5 years. During this time, he has primarily focused on improving Bitbucket’s scale and performance. Richard loves meeting with customers to hear how they are using our products and areas that we can improve on.