We have JIRA / Confluence / Bamboo / Fisheye installed on same Oracle 11g DB (SID) with different schema names for different applications. Now i am planning to migrate these applications from 2003 server to 2008 server , while i am doing this a question came to my mind.
Is it a good practice to have all the app's under one DB or we need to have different DB's for different app's ?
Will there be any implications on performance.?
Also will we have issues upgrading the different apps at different times in the future ?
Are there any other advantages for keeping the databases separate (except for independence..so if db is down the app is not down) ?
Performance - not really. Obviously, any database service can become overloaded, but there's nothing unusal about running several Atlassian apps in databases scattered across services or in one place.
Upgrading - not an issue - the sets of data are separate, so the upgrades are independent.
Other advantages - that's where I have to back away and defer to a real DBA. In terms of Atlassian stuff, there's nothing really other than the independence, but that applies to any application backed with a database.
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