As enterprises grow and expand rapidly, it becomes increasingly challenging to scale Jira and Confluence effectively. With a more significant number of people, unique requirements, diverse geographic locations, and an ever-increasing number of devices to support, it becomes imperative to have a scalable solution for maintaining governance and control.
In a nutshell, this guide points out the four common challenges:
- Supporting distributed teams: As teams become more geographically dispersed or operate independently, it becomes necessary to support their custom workflow needs, specialized integrations, and more while reducing duplicity, controlling costs, and avoiding silos.
- Data protection at scale: As the organization grows, protecting sensitive data and ensuring secure access to enterprise applications becomes increasingly important. It's crucial to comply with global data privacy regulations and prevent breaches.
- Maintaining speed and performance: As the organization expands, systems need to remain fast, responsive, and reliable, with minimal downtime risk.
- Overcoming data silos: Data can drive critical insights and inform crucial business decisions, but it is often stored across multiple technology stacks and databases, making it challenging to obtain cross-team insights. Eliminating data silos can connect day-to-day work to larger business objectives.