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jira core server licence

HI i need a jira core licence how to do if we want to stay on our server ?


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Pavel Junek Community Leader Oct 20, 2021


Welcome to Atlassian community!

Need to purchase a brand new Jira Core server license or extend maintenance your old server licence?

Unfortunately, Atlassian has already stopped selling new licenses for their tools in the "server" version - Moving to a Cloud future, together 

Important changes to our server and Data Center products
We’ve ended sales for new server licenses and will end support for server on February 2, 2024. We’re continuing investment in Data Center with several key improvements.

Only Jira Data Center (server edition) or Jira Cloud is available.


Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader Oct 20, 2021

Keep in mind that Jira Core doesn't officially exist as a seperate product in Datacenter. So you'll have to get JSW licenses to have access to Jira Core/Jira Work Management

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If I use Jira Cloud, would I still have access to the API to extend the functionality? For instance, I would like to rely on Jira Workflow and build my own user interfaces. How does the licensing work in this case? Also, would the API handle high-availability?


Note: I have used JIRA in the past as standalone server and would like to see the viability in extending for a different business type that is no software.

So you have Confluence Cloud and you want to add Jira Core Cloud to this?

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