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Which solution for your mission-critical instances?

Server VS Data Center

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In this guide, you'll learn:

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  • What exactly is ‘Data Center?
  • What are the differences between Server & ‘Data Center’ deployments?
  • Who is ‘Data Center’ designed for?
  • When should you start to consider deploying ‘Data Center’?
  • How can you best ensure that your company remains scalable?

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For your mission-critical applications

In many enterprises, the adoption of Atlassian applications has gone completely viral. Applications like Jira, Confluence, Jira Service Desk, Bitbucket, HipChat and Crowd have seduced team after team, until everyone is on the same toolset. They’ve become strategic and indispensable for your daily activities. As adoption increases, the more high availability and performance matter.

How can you guarantee high availability regardless of your circumstances?

Many enterprises decide to deploy the Server option as a first step, as it meets their initial needs to control their data and infrastructure. Yet Atlassian has your back when your business needs scale; with a Data Center deployment you’ll still use your own servers (or the servers of your hosting provider), but likewise have high availability and performance at scale for your instances, regardless of any bumps in the road.

As the decision to switch might not totally be clear, our guide will help walk you through your options to determine which deployment, Server or Data Center, is best adapted to your needs.

We have found that Jira Software, Confluence and Bitbucket customers typically need more stability between 500 – 1,000 users. 45% of current Data Center customers have upgraded to this offering at the 500 or 1,000 user tier.

Ready to learn more about Data Center?

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  • High availability
  • Performance at scale
  • Instant scalability
  • Disaster recovery
  • Flexible deployment
  • SAML 2.0 SSO

About Valiantys

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Valiantys is a top Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner with proven expertise in DevOps, Agile and ITSM.

 

Our mission is to revolutionize the way teams collaborate and empower them to work smarter. We’ve rendered client-tailored services to over 4,000 companies, providing expert guidance on the deployment, adoption and support of Agile tools. We’re a global company with Atlassian certified consultants in France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, the United States, Canada and China.

 

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