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recommended server hardware for whole #! Edited

Hi,

I am considering to give the atlassian software "suite" a try. If I would like to test the combination of Bitbucket, Jira, Bamboo and Confluence on a self-managed server, what would be the hardware requirement for a small team (5 developers, 2 managers/controllers, 3 projects, 4 CI-jobs, 1 Wiki)?

Kind regards

Edit: self-managed linux server

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It depends a bit on where the builds will occur and how much horsepower a build will require.  Assuming you're running Jira, Confluence and Bamboo on one box and kicking off builds somewhere else, I think you should be able to start with 4 CPUs, 16GB of memory and 100GB of storage (set up the application home directories on a volume of this size.) That should give you enough headroom for a while. 

Thank you very much for your reply. That is more RAM then I anticipated. An available server has a 4 core Opteron CPU, over 300GB of free storage but only 4GB RAM. Currently we are running gitea (wich ofc has no CI and no scrum board) on it and we rarely get more then 10% CPU load.

The build wouldn't be too much of a problem. We don't use any huge frameworks. It's some low level C library we're creating in that project.

Anyway, I'll consider to set up a new server.

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