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How would we know that the JIRA being used is hosted on a standalone server or data center or cloud

How would we know that the JIRA being used is hosted on a standalone server or data center or cloud? Is there a a way of recognizing?

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You are asking from the user point of view? Not as an administrator?

In clould the url has .atlassian.net suffix. 

I do not know how to distinguish data center from not data center, if you do not have Jira admin global permission.

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Glance at the UI.  If all the menu stuff is icons on the left, you're on Cloud.  If they're across the top, you're on Server (or DC).   Or the url - if it's <something>.atlassian.net - Cloud, if it's anything else - Server

Also check the footer.

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