Does a fisheye license have to match my jira license

We're thinking about getting Fisheye but for only one project. We have a 25-user JIRA installation and my question is basically this:

With a 25-user JIRA installation and a project with only one repository and 5 repository contributors can we get the fisheye starter license for $10 and upgrade when we outgrow that license or do we have to match the 25-user license we have for our JIRA installation?

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Hi Magnus,

JIRA and FishEye are licensed completely separately so you can have different tiers of licenses for each product. So in your situation yes the use of the starter license will work work perfectly.

More information on the FishEye Starter license can be found here;

One thing to bear in mind however is that if you wish to use Crucible as well as FishEye then you will need to have the same or more FishEye licenses present than Crucible.


Hope this helps.


Kind Regards,






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Nope the same situation applies for Stash as well, it's separately licensed.

Aha, we will use it with Stash, will we have the same problem there?

Swell! Thanks a lot Christopher!

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