I think about how to set up a new JIRA and Confluence instances, which need to interact (at least user directory). However, what is the best way or practice:
A) Jira on a single server, Confluence on another, both https
B) Jira on a single server, Confluence on another, jira https / confluence http (or vv)
C) Jira and Confluence on a single server, both https
D) Jira and Confluence on a single server, both http
"The world" should has access to both, so I would prefer way A. However, I don't really sure about if necessary.
Do you have any hints for me?
@Jens Knobloch -
If it's production and exposed to the internet I'd go with option A if you have the hardware readily available. If not, then option C would be my choice (and what we do here at CCC, mostly).
Cons for same server
Pros for same server
this answer feels incomplete to me .... probably because it's shorter than my preferred 30 page length (tongue in cheek). but hey, let me know how it reads.
I’m a designer on the Jira team. For a long time, I’ve fielded questions from other designers about how they should be using Jira Software with their design team. I’ve also heard feedback from other ...
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