Is there a "fisheye cloud" service or must I set up my own server?

The title is self-explanatory. My question concerns the integration of Jira, Bitbucket, and Fisheye. My team currently uses Jira and Bitbucket cloud, and as far I could understand, Fisheye has no cloud version so I would have to set up our own server for it. Is that right or have a missed something?

At any rate, thank you so much for your time. I appreciate any help you could provide me.

Regards,

-Ben

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You are correct, you are not missing anything - there is no Fisheye in Cloud, and I'm afraid you'll have to run it on your own machine.

Thank you very much for your reply!

Sorry that it had to be a negative one sad

No worries dude, it's not necessarily bad, I'm just glad to know which direction to take from now on smile I just didn't want to have a dedicated server just for Fisheye; might as well set up JIRA and Bitbucket server on the same machine cheeky

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What about running FishEye and Crucible on Amazon AWS?

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/38841719 

I was going to setup a digital ocean droplet manually, but I'll definitely check out this script and give it a try, thanks buddy!

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