This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Manage users and groups
I apologise for my poor language skills, I am relying on a translator program here.
It sounds like you have a JIRA instance you want to share. The server is in Japan, but you want to share it with US people. If the service is shown to the internet, then you can simply give your US users accounts and they will be able to log in and use it. You do not need new licences for a new region.
I am not sure that his is what you mean though.
Thanks for your reply and sorry for my poor explanation.
Well, our partner in US has already used JIRA and Confluence, which is on attlasian cloud.
We (Japan side) are going to use JIRA, too.
Our requirement is below,
If possible, hope to tell me how to do it.
Your question was quite clear, but It was missing some information that I think effectively got lost in the translation program
The key point here is:
>we'd like to create new domein (I don't know how to say... but we'd like to start JIRA from zero based, creating our own domein, create users... and so on)
That makes sense, but it will be a totally separate system to the one the US users are currently using. It will mean another account to pay for and you will have to work out some way to exchange the data between the US and Japanese systems.
I think it might be easier for you to get accouts on the US system, but that does mean that you will not have a "clean" installation.
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