I have a lot of data today in a custom JIRA but when it reaches 1.8 million issues it stops working.
I´m looking for scalability alternatives but I'm not sure if the licensing model allows me to do it ( the text of license is not so specific...)
If anyone has more alternatives I will be glad to hear all of them
We've some customers with a similar issue. That solution has solved the problem.
Check if it's your situation too.
The bad news first:
>Is it possible to scale JIRA in a cloud (AWS)
>is it possible to modify database schema?
Absolutely no, it has no idea of how you'd handle separate tables
>Is it possible to separate JIRA in a web server and multiple database instances with replication without additional costs?
Nope, it doesn't do any clustering at all
The better news is actually very simple - JIRA data centre is where you need to go. (The other option is to archive and delete issues, but that has it's own set of complexities) See https://www.atlassian.com/enterprise/data-center
Thanks a lot for your answer. Just a quick question: Jira's license are a user tier based right? "user tied based" means number of users or means number of web instances? In this case I could scale the database right?
I'm just exploring solutions and trying to figure out if there is a way out. I checked Data Center and it increases my cost seven times in average....
Ok. However you do that, bear in mind that
1) JIRA works on a single datasource. You can do what you want behind the scenes, but it must look like a single datasource
2) It's very rare that the database is the problem when JIRA starts to creak. The bottlenecks are usually in the index and application server.
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