Is it possible to have Bamboo, Crowd, JIRA, Fisheye, Stash/Bitbucket, and Confluence share a single Oracle database (with seperate schemas)?

I have been tasked with migrating Bamboo, Crowd, JIRA, Fisheye, Stash/Bitbucket, and Confluence from MS SQL server to Oracle 11.2.  My plan is to have one database with multiple schemas.  Is this a recognized approach?  Is there any documentation that can outline specific order or tasks that need to be accomplished prior to the migration? 

Thank you

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The nice easy answer - yes.

I can't actually add a lot - you're running a database service, you'll set up a separate database schema for each application, and as long as the hardware can handle the load, it's all fine.  You don't need to do anything special or different.

For migration, follow the guide for each application in turn - it doesn't matter that they'll all end up in the same service.

That's great to know, Thank you

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