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we have jira service desk 3.2.3 (based on Jira 7.2) and confluence installed on the same unix server and connected on the same DBMS Postgresql 9.2 (everything in the same server).
Now, we want to upgrade both jira and confluence to the last versions. According to supported platforms, we should upgrade even postgresql because 9.2 is EOS for Jira 7.8 and is going to be EOS for Confluence 6.8 (to be released soon).
Do you suggest to upgrade postgresql before, check everything is ok, and as a next step upgrade jira/confluence ? Or it could be done everything in the same step ?
Other question: we would like to evaluate if move everything to aws, upgrading license to DataCenter version. We have some custom plugin deployed already, so we don't know if on aws we can expect some limitations. Do you know something about it ?