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Performance monitoring and actions

Laurens Coppens Community Leader Feb 18, 2021


We got customers that would like to get more insight in cloud performance and also have some kind of action plan for when performance is not acceptable.

Are there any specific URL's that we could access for response time measuring?

And is there anything the customers can do as an action on slow response time (besides contacting atlassian support?)




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Dennis Lu Atlassian Team Feb 18, 2021

Hi @Laurens Coppens

First to introduce myself, I’m from the PM team on Confluence Cloud, specifically working on Performance.  We have opened up this “Cloud - Reliability & Performance” group to be a central place for users to go report things, but we still view it as the second option after going through support -> support has many more benefits to it, but here is a good backup option.

We’ll hopefully be able to dive into more detail in a few weeks or month, but for right now I can say we’re definitely working on performance issues in general.  Regarding your specific other questions:

  1. We hope to publish more findings later, but we’ve found generally that very large tables (5k+ cells, but worse with even more cells) can hurt page performance, especially Editing.  Breaking these tables into smaller tables on DIFFERENT pages may help a lot.  The "Include Page" macro can also then be used to reassemble the tables into a single page.  We're working on improving the performance here, but short term if users are willing/able to do this it can help.
  2. We don’t have any tooling for measuring speed, but sometimes people use the Chrome Dev Tools Lighthouse measurement for reference.

We will also be publishing more information over the next few months, you can see the beginnings here:

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Hi @Laurens Coppens , 

You can start from that one

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