New Relic, Inc., the SaaS-based cloud application performance management provider,today announced that Atlassian has chosen its application monitoring and management tool for Atlassian's OnDemand offering, a fast-growing SaaS development and collaboration solution. The new cloud-based service is deployed across 20,000 JVMs, all of which are monitored by New Relic, ensuring the Atlassian team receives 24x7 app performance data, proactive notifications, and code-level visibility to help ensure superior service delivery.
"Atlassian OnDemand is an unprecedented step forward for our customers because it makes world-class development and collaboration tools much more broadly available to teams around the world," said Glenn Butcher, Atlassian's director of SaaS engineering. "For a system like this to meet the needs of thousands of concurrent users while scaling for many thousands more, high levels of performance and availability are crucial. New Relic's SaaS app monitoring is a perfect fit—it scales to enterprise proportions and gives us the actionable data we need to ensure superior service delivery."
Used by more than 40 percent of the Fortune 500 and tens of thousands of other companies, start-ups and non-profits in more than 140 countries, Atlassian's products help companies manage the entire software development process, from concept to launch. JIRA, the de facto industry standard for issue tracking and Confluence, a leading content and social collaboration product, help millions of IT team members around the world develop and deliver world-class software faster and more cost-effectively. Atlassian uses New Relic's SaaS-based web application performance management tool to monitor, triage, and optimize Atlassian OnDemand.
"Atlassian and New Relic share a commitment to providing software products that make it easier for today's organizations to build and deliver tomorrow's software solutions," said Chris Cook, New Relic's president and COO. "We are very pleased to be teaming with them to help monitor and manage Atlassian OnDemand, which is deployed on over 7,500 virtual servers and scaling rapidly to meet the needs of a continuously growing customer base. Atlassian can spend more time delivering new functionality for their thousands of customers since they now have increased visibility needed to monitor and manage Atlassian OnDemand performance."