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Assets / Insight Object Limit


Hi everyone,

I'd like to know what are the limitiations of how many objects you can have stored in the CMDB per instance on Jira Service Management Cloud version?

I've read over here that there's a limit of 10 000 objects per asset type: [JSDCLOUD-8556] Ability to extend asset limit beyond 10000 - Create and track feature requests for Atlassian products. Read somewhere else that there is a limit of total 60 000 objects per instance in Premium Plan, 400 000 for Enteprise Plan, but I also recall reading somewhere else that the max limit of Insight / Asset objects per instance was increased to 1mil .

I AM aware of this latest article (  which points for 3mil objects to be used in 2023 in Cloud, but doesn't specify if it's related to Enteprise or Premium subscription plan.

However, I'd like to get a DEFINITIVE answer, ideally by someone from Atlassian, on the current state of maximum numbers of objects (per instance) in both JSM Cloud Premium and JSM Cloud Enteprise if there are any differences.

💡Hint for Atlassian: Maybe have these numbers transparent on the pricing page in the asset section? 😊

All of your answers are much appreciated,



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