Which AWS EC2 instance type is best suited or recommended for Stash?

We will soon be moving our Atlassian Stash instance from a creaking VM to an Amazon AWS EC2 instance.

What kind of an instance type should I be looking at?

There's T2 (burst performance), M3 (balanced), C3 (compute) and R3 (memory). Which of these is best suited for Stash? I don't actually know whether Stash is more memory intensive, IOPS intensive or CPU intensive (or all!)

The installation will be serving about 30-40 developers. I'm also planning on installing Jira and Confluence on the same machine, if that makes a difference to the answer.

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Hi Shah, based on my personal experience with support cases, the only type of AWS instance that I'd not recommend is the micro instance.

Apart of it, I believe that it's very difficult to precise which one is best for you as it'll depend on a number of variables other than number of users. In any case, we have the following sizing guide for JIRA that you may be insterested in taking a look and it may help to define your hardware requirements.

I hope it helps.

Cheers

Hello, your sizing guide definitely helps a lot; I will look at T2 or M3 instances falling somewhere between the small and mid-scale specs.

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