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We are investigating a move to Jira, Confluence and Crowd Data Center. Do each of these applications need their own load balancer, or can they share the same load balancer?

Also, anyone have any luck using the Google Cloud Load Balancer ?

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!

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Dave Theodore [Coyote Creek Consulting]
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Jul 09, 2020

Assuming your load balancer can handle multiple hosts, you can do this.  Most load balancers that I have worked with can do this.

We have implemented Data Center in GCP using the native Google load balancer and it worked fine. A quick peek over their documentation seems to indicate they are using apache under the hood.  It certainly can manage multiple virtual hosts, either with unique IP address for each host or with name-based virtual hosting.

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