JIRA server setup on Windows; is TOMCAT needed?

I want to install JIRA softwares, JIRA service centre and Confluence. Can I create the JIRA web server by installing Apache on Windows server?

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Hi Tat,

Tomcat is built in to JIRA and you use Apache to proxy JIRA.  Here are some articles on proxying JIRA with Apache:

Integrating JIRA with Apache using SSL

Integrating JIRA with Apache

Cheers,

Branden

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