I have a self-hosted instance of JIRA server, and a separate home-grown solution that makes REST API read-only calls to JIRA. Right now, we're seeing a ton of traffic that appears to be related to authentication for the calls, which is handled by passing a username/password in as part of the call. We authenticate through Exchange via LDAP integration with JIRA.
To reduce the number of calls, we're hoping to use the cookie based authentication .
Has anyone done this and confirmed a reduction in the amount of traffic related to API calls? If so, is it significant?
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