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I've been starting to use Jira 7 earlier this year. I noticed that Jira 8 brings a lot of promising improvements, but I have a concern.
My server has really limited resources. A 1 core 2 thread Intel Celeron CPU (kinda modern, I guess it's like an 8th gen), with 8 Gb RAM. I run the server in a docker container alongside an instance of Jenkins, Confluence, and PostgreSQL. These servers run...fine the way they are, for the one user, that is me.
In the release notes, I read that there was a lot of improvement in the performance department, but the system requirements don't really seem to follow this statement.
My question is mainly to those, who run Jira 8 in a similar environment to mine, but every input is appreciated: What difference did migrating from Jira 7 to 8 make to the resource usage of the application? Did it cause any noticeable problems?