Are there any bandwidth caps or limitations for data transfer for JIRA OnDemand?

I am looking at using JIRA OnDemand for my project. I will probably only have about 25 active users within the JIRA creating task and bugs. However it is likely that the issues will be viewed by anywhere from 100-1000 users. Knowing that there will be attachments and a large viewer group for the issues posted I'd like to know if there are any known caps on the atlassian side.

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Hi Zack, 

There are no bandwidth limits. OnDemand subscription includes 25 GB of disk storage. The only catch is that using more than the 25 GB allotment per instance is not currently supported.

Please let us know if this helps you. smile

Cheers!

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