Cleanup and Optimization
As instances of Jira and Confluence scale, they often don't scale with best practices around governance and change management. This can create messy instances that are difficult to administer, and therefore they are often cumbersome and confusing to users. Cleaning up a system is no small task, as it is difficult to tell which customizations and data are in use and which are not.
With years of experience working with growing teams, Contegix has designed a solution to make this undertaking a smooth and easy process. We provide the expertise and tools to optimize instances, improve user experience, and implement effective change management processes.
Areas of Improvement
We have developed queries that enable us to generate statistics on utilization of each piece of customization in an instance. For example with Jira workflows, you can view the name, ID, the count of the number of issues that utilize a workflow, and the last time an issue utilizing a workflow was updated.
Contegix can then help with the cleanup effort, as well as implementing governance tools and processes that can prevent the tools from ending up in a similar spot in the future.
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