JIRA and Stash - Memory or CPU Cores

Im planning to run JIRA and Stash on the same server for a small business, but wondering what would gain the products the most by the two alternatives.

Say CPU is the same, disk is SSD.

Alt 1: 1024MB ram, 4 core

Alt 2: 2014MB ram, 2 core


Alt 3: (1024MB ram, 2 cores) X 2 (one server pr installation).

Its just supposed to run a few users so not really that extreme but dont want a slow product.

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Hi Aleksander, I believe that it's very difficult to precise which one is best for you as it'll depend on a number of variables other than number of users. In any case, we have the following sizing guide for JIRA that you may be insterested in taking a look and it may help to define your hardware requirements.

I hope it helps.


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