Jira's got a new engine: Introducing the Jira Software Server & Data Center 8.0 platform release

Looking to learn about the next chapter of Jira Software Server and Data Center? Find out how Jira's speedy new engine powers greater scalability and performance from the Atlassian experts who led the Jira Software 8.0 platform release. Plus, you'll get a sneak peek into what's coming in the 8.x series.

In Jira Software 8.0, you'll see noticeably faster performance that will help your teams work together, faster, with fewer roadblocks.

By harnessing a speedy new engine built for enterprise scale and other key improvements, you and your teams will be able to drive work forward and communicate priorities and notifications effectively. Administering Jira will also be more straightforward in 8.0, with a smaller and faster index that makes Jira easier to maintain and scale.

In this webinar, the Atlassian team will show you how your team will benefit from faster-loading boards and backlogs and speedier searches.

Join us to learn more about:

  • New capabilities that will improve you and your teams' experiences with Jira
  • How to start planning for your upgrade to 8.0
  • What's ahead for the Jira Software Server and Data Center 8.x series

We'll also have plenty of time for questions, so come prepared to ask the team!


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Syed Masood

Senior Product Manager, Atlassian

アトラシアンの Jira Software Data Center を担当するリード プロダクト マネージャーで、直近では Jira Software 8.0 プラットフォーム リリースを管理している。17 年の業界経験を持ち、サイバーセキュリティ、DevOps、アジャイル プロジェクト管理の分野で、初期段階のイノベーション製品から大規模で成熟した製品まで、いくつもの製品に取り組んできた。2 年以上前にアトラシアンで働くためにポーランドのグダニスクに移住。休みの日には、ピアノを弾いたりしている。

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Michal Kujalowicz

Development and Quality Engineering Manager, Atlassian

Michal has been with Atlassian for nearly 6 years and works today as a Development and Quality Engineering Manager in our Gdansk, Poland office. He started his career as a tester, then fell in love with Atlassian's Quality Assistance approach. Michal recently started managing development teams in Quality Engineering responsible for improving quality processes for Atlassian Server products. Over the past 6 months, Michal has been the Engineering lead for the Jira Software 8.0 platform release, helping shape the key technical and quality decisions for the release. A career in quality was his destiny as his surname can easily be pronounced as QA-yow-itch.