We are going to start using Tempo timesheets (Teams, Accounts) in whole organization (~3k employees, ~200 Jira projects). I need to ensure JIRA is up and running and will not stop working (CPU, RAM - stays on normal level) when Tempo Timesheets is being used - logging time, generating Team, Project, Acocunt reports (let's say >30 users at once,), .. ant etc
What test (load, performance) scenarios and tools you would suggest to start with, to get clear answer - what is the most optimal infrastructure configuration (CPU, RAM, HDD, ...)
Our JIRA server instance stands on VM
Hey @Donatas Jonušas,
unfortunately I don't have any recommendations for the optimal hardware. I just stumbled over your Tempo topic and wondered if you're already have a solution for your controlling with this huge amount of projects and team members.
We had quite some issues with our reporting as well and created our own add-on to fix this. You maybe have a look at Exply for JIRA.
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