We have a following requirement for the client.
1. Fresh installation of all the atlassian apps
2. (Jira, Confluence and Crowd – on one instance)
3. (Bamboo, Stash and Fisheye/crusible – on one instance)
4. Database for all the application on a single mysql server.
All these applications needs to be run on the single port 80.
Even tried adding the context path for the applications, but it doesnot serve our purpose.
I am expecting the result as below:
serverIP is same for these 3 applications.
I have only port 80 open, hence have to access the applications from this port itself.
You can't do this directly. Each system runs in its own container, and that is what listens on a port. You can't make all of them listen on a single port, because a port can only be used by one system at a time.
The usual way to do what you need to do is to use a proxying server such as Apache - you have that listening on port 80, and when someone arrives on <serverIP>/jira, it proxies it to JIRA on <serverip>:8080/jira, and if they land on <serverIP>/confluence, it proxies the access to <serverIP>:8090/confluence, and so-on.
With Apache as the front-end, you could also have JIRA proxied to 127.0.0.101:8080, Confluence to 127.0.0.102:8080, and so on. The Tomcat containers would need to be configured to listen on those local IPs, but that'd isolate the bare container from the routable network.
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