This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Migrating to an external database
I like that JIRA and Confluence are hosted on Atlassian servers. It removes a big headache I feel.
Is it possible to do the same with Crucible and FishEye ?
It's just about running a FishEye/Crucible installer on given VM.
In case of Amazon AWS, you'd probably have to configure S3 volume to keep data as well as Amazon RDS with PostgreSQL database.
You could also use a Docker image with FishEye/Crucible preconfigured:
There are no plans to add FishEye/Crucible to the cloud. As a matter of fact it has been removed from the Atlassian Cloud several years ago. Please note that Bitbucket can host your repositories and provides also additional tools, such as pull request-based code reviews, build pipelines and much more.
Sorry to (re-)open this question. As Atlassion producs will not be available on servers in the near future we evaluate the migration to cloud. A requirement also to migrate Fisheye/Crucible into the cloud would be a showstopper for us.
Are there any plans or updates to follow the same cloud approach for Fisheye/Crucible?
Will you still sell Fisheye and Crucible?
Yes, you will still be able to purchase new licenses or renew existing licenses for Fisheye and Crucible. These products are in basic maintenance mode, meaning we will no longer be developing new features for them. We’ll continue to provide licensed customers with technical support and updates in the form of maintenance releases focused on security and bug fixes, and platform updates.
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