Best practices Jira, Stash, bamboo and Fisheye integration


I am not currently using LDAP or AD for user management, each application is using internal user management and it's own database(postgresql), should I set  bamboo, stash and fisheye to use JIRA as a User Directory or should I keep them separate? Should I use a single account for application links with JIRA, Stash , Bamboo and FishEye?

I am confused: Do I have to setup JIRA as a User Directory in order to link the applications? I guess the documentations says you do. I am trying to nest groups in JIRA I enabled nested groups but on the add users to groups screen I don't see any merge groups option, groups and users setup is so confusing.





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I wish Atlassian had a best practice guide for this with example groups and users to use as a guide.

for User management  you can atlassian "Crowd"

Crowd is Identity Management Tool....

for this u take Atlassian Support

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