Syncing or connecting is a loose word. There are so many things you can do. What exactly are you looking for?
For example, if you are thinking about syncing JIRA issues between 2 instances, you can use existing solutions like ConnectAll. Or write your own code that uses the REST API.
You will need to find or write code that will pick up changes on one end and poke them over to the other side over REST.
This is potentially very complex, and I'd strongly recommend that you pick up one of the add-ons that is designed to do it for you, rather than try to re-invent another wheel.
Sync two JIRA is a complex and difficult thing. We were facing it ourselves on many of project, and therefore we wrote our own add-on. We made it available for others, so you can find it on Marketplace. Feel free to try it - JIRA2JIRA Connector.
Hi Vidhya, we had quite specific requirements on synchronization itself, such as sync of only selected issues under specifically defined conditions with customized settings, fields or even with different workflows. Some of those were not simply transferable. We found ourselves in the need of customized solution, so we wrote our own add-on with own rest services. I have to confirm what Nic Brough said, that it was very complex work. The development took us several months and we are still improving it. It is very robust.
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