Jira Software 8.7.x release notes
3 February 2020
We're pleased to present Jira Software 8.7.
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If you're looking for compatible Jira applications, look no further:
If you're thinking to move to Data Center, check our recommendations first. See: Infrastructure recommendations for Jira.
Our Jira Pro Tip for this release
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Anonymizing users for GDPR compliance
We’re giving admins the power to anonymize their users, hiding or deleting any data that can identify real people. Now, when somebody is leaving your company and requests to have their personal data erased, you can easily fulfill such a request and stay compliant with GDPR and the ‘right to be forgotten’.
You can anonymize users with just a few clicks. We’ll identify and show you any items in Jira that store users’ personal data, and give you a chance to proceed or back off. You can anonymize anyone, even some of your teammates on April Fool’s, but we highly recommend against it — once someone is anonymized, they’re anonymized forever. Learn more
PostgreSQL 11 support
We’re adding PostgreSQL 11 to our supported platforms for Jira Server and Data Center and Aurora PostgreSQL 11.4 for Jira Data Center. Learn more connecting your Data Center to Amazon Aurora
OpenID Connect comes to Jira DATA CENTER
Many enterprises still struggle to use industry-standard user management tools to authenticate to Atlassian. Way back we added SAML support to all of our Data Center products and now we are adding a new authentication option through OpenID Connect integration to enable seamless integration with 3rd party Identity Providers. Learn more
Issues resolved in 8.7.0
Released on 3 February 2020
Issues resolved in 8.7.1
Released on 10 February 2020
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