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R4J for cloud based JIRA

Does R4J support cloud based JIRA now? What does "Data Center" version for? I guess it is not for cloud based JIRA.

If it is not available to support cloud based JIRA, what is the ETA to support?

Also, for server based pricing, is it per month? Data Center pricing is per year.

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Hello @aliang ,

I´m Bernhard from Ease Solutions, the vendor of R4J - Requirements Management for Jira. Thanks to Walter, I don´t need to add any further details, we are in process to re-develop R4J for the cloud. The new environment request us to create R4J again from scratch. Please contact us via our support pages to give you more answers.

Note about the pricing: These price models apply to all Apps from the marketplace.

Have a great day, Bernhard

Hello @aliang!

Good news! R4J Cloud has been released last month, November.

If you have questions and are interested in a demo of the Cloud version, please reach out to us through our support portal. We'd be happy to hear any feedback on the application.

Best regards,
Angelica

Hi @aliang,

R4J is not available for cloud yet. As the vendor mentions in its documentation, they seem to be working on a cloud version of the product. But if you'd like to more about that, you should reach out through them directly.

On an additional note: the data center platform is a self hosted version like server, built for larger companies and with high availability/high performance in mind. As server will no longer be supported in the future, it will remain the only available self hosted version, currently with 500 users as the lowest available user tier.

Server pricing is listed exactly the same way as data center: the prices listed on the marketplace are yearly fees. Data center licenses are subscriptions (you pay the fee yearly, if you don't renew your product will no longer work) whereas server licenses were perpetual (your product keeps working after the license expires. You pay a yearly maintenance fee at 50% of the original license cost that entitles you to install upgrades and request support). But given the announced end of server, that is not really the long term investment to look into.  

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