When working with Cloud, the answer to "what version is it?" is just "Cloud"
Yes, but when you get a questionnaire from an info sec and compliance department that wants to know, it's tough when they don't get it.
And they want to know you're office WiFi is secure.... And you have to explain that all your employees work remotely...
But I digress. :)
It's a good digression. We enjoy the war stories! I have been exactly where you have been here, and you're in good company.
There are a number of techniques I've used in the past for dealing with questions where people are following a script and demanding useless information instead of being secure.
With this one, I fall back on "Broken Record" when they're refusing to do their job properly.
Ha, yes. I mean, you can usually find someone technical on the 'other side of the fence' who knows what you are talking about, but the infosec/compliance people are often working with outdated questionnaires. You have to go up or down the food chain to find someone who can understand you.
It's ok, it makes me feel smart. :)
You can find the current version by selecting the help icon
then from the menu of options
Select About JIRA and this should show you a screen similar to the following
It is worth noting that this also gives you the version numbers for all the plugins installed as well as JIRA.
This has nothing to do with this question. I'd suggest searching the docs and here for the answer (Atlassian has a standard doc for "run atlassian applications with SSL", so start with a search for that), and asking again if you get stuck when following those docs.
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