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Differences between Jira standard and premium one


I tried to find a way to talk with someone from Jira but I didn't find. I work in a company where we would like to start testing Jira. Our idea is to try first with a small team (~12 members) and I have some doubts if Standard can make what we need or only Premium version. Some are:

- Does the standard version allow integration with another softwares? Like Front and LinearB? I know that Jira does, but I'm not sure if this integration can only be made in a larger plan.

- In the standard version, can I get some essentials metrics? Like Cycle time, lead time and so on?

- Do I have to buy Jira and Confluence apart? Or is there some a way to find the pricing for Standard + Confluence together?



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Dave Theodore [Coyote Creek Consulting]
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Jul 21, 2022

Atlassian has posted a pretty good comparison of features of the Cloud tiers. It's a little outdated, but should be good enough to help you make a decision.  All of the tiers allow for external integrations.  I wouldn't expect you to notice any differences if you are connecting external services via the REST API.  Premium has features that are not available on Standard, such as Insight, Forms, Team Calendars, etc.  Automation is severely limited n Standard, so if you plan to use that feature, Premium is probably a better choice. There are other small feature differences between the tiers, but my guess is that either will have the features you need unless you need the things I mentioned. All of the Cloud products are sold as individual subscriptions, so you can mix & match them as you like.  

It is easy to increase your subscription, so you might do best to choose Standard, start using the product and then decide if you need more. This is especially true if you plan to pay month by month. It's also easy to increase your user tier as you add more users.  I hope that helps!

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