Data Center Apps are Here
As the use of Atlassian tools in organizations around the world grows, so does their scale. As a result, Atlassian has introduced the powerful Data Center deployment to accompany the existing Server deployment in order to better address the needs of enterprise customers – most notably providing high availability.
We're pleased to announce that starting September 3rd, 2018, Atlassian introduced support for Data Center apps on the Atlassian Marketplace. At K15t, we continuously develop our Confluence and Jira apps to support enterprise customers and so we were thrilled to be a launch partner for Atlassian's new Data Center approved apps. Being able to ship Server and Data Center apps independently in the future will allow us to address the needs of both customer groups more precisely.
Atlassian also announced that just like their Data Center products, Data Center apps will be licensed on an annual subscription. To enable a seamless transition for our users, we've introduced our Data Center apps at a discounted price which is comparable to the current Server renewal price. This special introductory pricing is listed on the Atlassian Marketplace and limited to one year, with new pricing updates starting September 3rd, 2019.
About Atlassian Data Center
Data Center instances run on a cluster of multiple nodes, which all point to a shared database. Every request is forwarded by the load balancer to the node with the most free capacity.
Availability and Performance at Scale
The cluster of Data Center nodes share the workload, allowing for a high number of requests to be processed simultaneously. Failure of a single node causes the requests to be redirected to other nodes, resulting in almost no loss of availability for users.