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Hey there Data Center community!
@Roman Kolosovskiy @Mauricio Franzoni @Andrzej Kotas here, we’re back to share and discuss an exciting new feature Guardrails. We know that many of you operate large and complex instances, with impressive growth goals. Some of you may be concerned about your data growth and how it might impact your instance performance. We are committed to ensure you can continually meet those goals without performance or reliability degradation for your users.
To try and alleviate such concerns we are introducing product guardrails.
At its core, Guardrails are product-based documentation and strategic recommendations designed to educate and help you avoid reaching a tipping point at which your instance might start to experience performance impacts.
Guardrails will help communicate the expected effects of growing data types, such as comments or issues and provide you with the controls, insight, and capabilities you need to keep data in line.
We do want to caveat that Guardrails are based on real-world experiences with some of our largest customers, but won’t necessarily be representative of every organization’s experience.
Guardrails DO NOT communicate hard or exact limits nor guarantee that performance degradation won’t happen. They educate you when your instance is at a greater risk of performance degradation.
Your product instances may already exceed these thresholds and work without significant issues, to begin with. There is a slew of factors which influence whether you may experience potential performance issues or not, including the interplay between different data types, and site load.
For ease of use, Guardrails were built around 3 main pillars:
These Guardrails are not only good for large enterprise customers but also for newer customers who are expanding their data footprint quickly. Knowing in advance what the Guardrails are, will allow you to
We’ve identified a first set of data dimensions for Jira and Confluence and you can find them here:
So what’s next? You can expect us to keep working hard on the Performance and Scale of Jira and see improvements in the future. We will be sure to keep you up-to-date on any new developments in the area. If you have any comments or feedback about Guardrails, if you find them helpful or not or if you have any suggestions - we would love to hear from you!
Roman, Mauricio, Andrzej
|New! Bitbucket Guardrails are beginning to release. Stay tuned to the Community for more information.|