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JIRA Calendar, Charting, Toolkit Plugins

Hi Team,

 We are moving to Data Center from server version. We are still on single node now, but we have plan to move clustered environment in couple of months. 

My question here is , We have JIRA Calendar, JIRA Charting, and JIRA Toolkit Plugin system plugins. I see the message NOT DC APPROVED, and "This app was previously marked Data Center compatible, prior to the introduction of new criteria for Data Center approved apps. Only apps meeting a set of performance requirements for large, clustered environments are approved for Data Center. ", but we have time to move to  Clustered environment. Are these addons still work on single node until we move to multi node?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Mar 22, 2023

Yes, they will work fine on a single-node DC install - the criteria for DC are mainly focussed on things that matter when there are two or more nodes.  A server install is pretty much identical to a single-node DC install.

You should stop using the apps if you decide to add a second node to the DC.

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