I'm just curious to the best way to install jira, confluence, and crucible/fisheye on the same server while none of them needed to expose ports to the client.
Would be perfect.
Currently running Windows Server 2008 R2
All apps are currently running under their preferred ports.
I've come across a few solutions but nothing that seemed really clean.
Can you please follow this documentation that talks about the use of Apache with mod_proxy? Bear in mind that this documentation is related to Confluence. But, you can follow these steps if you want to configure other applications.
It could help you to run multiple applications without showing ports.
I have exactly the same situation like David. I think that instructions provided in "Using Apache with mod_proxy" from Confluence documentation don't apply here because it assumes that we have Apache installed on server. I searched the server and Apache httpd.conf could not be found.
Am I missing something?
You're missing an Apache installation from what I can make out. That's something you choose to install, it's nothing to do with Jira or Confluence directly.
It's usually not installed on most machines by default, so you'll need to install it. Or use IIS or nginx etc.
I've used both of those schemes, and there really is nothing to distinguish them technically. They both have minor quirks in their configuration, but the simple answer is "do whichever works better within your organisation"
For running them on the same server, that's also fine, with the caveats that
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