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I have question about architecture o CI/CD proces using JIRA Servicedesk, JIRA Software, Bitbucket, Bamboo and Crowd for managing users.
Because our Servidesk is shared at internet we have JIRA SD and SW in DMZ and Bitbucket, Bamboo, Crowd in LAN - all these are separated vLans, where traffic should be close for all to LAN without AD to Crowd connection.
If You have better ideas for architecture please write. What is best architecture for that in You opinion :)
Thanks in advance
The setup you describe makes sense, putting the public-facing Jira applications in the DMZ so that they can be accessed on the Internet and the rest of the applications on the internal LAN since only internal users access them.
Do you have a way to open a port from the LAN to the DMZ for the option of connecting the applications with application links or in case you want to use Crowd for User Management of Jira?