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We are in planning stage of procuring Jira for our internal development team. Our team size is close 50+ as of now.

We were pretty impressed with Jira next-gen. So, could you please share more details on how different it is from other Jira Products like Jira Core, Software and advanced roadmaps.

From the given documentation, I understood that Jira Premium is refurbished in to advanced roadmap. So wanted to better understand in terms of key differentiating factors between Jira next-gen and other Jira products.

In addition, we would like to understand the costing and deployment model for the same.


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Next-gen is not a separate product, it's a new way to handle Jira projects - different UI, different approach to the "classic" style projects.  It's supposed to be neater, faster and more easily administrated and customisable by the usrs than classic projects, but they do not yet handle everything classic projects do, so they're generally less powerful.

Costing and deployment - see

Note that's for Jira Software, the most popular option.  You might want just Core, or Service Desk, or all three, which obviously changes the pricing again. 

Thank You Nic. It helps. We are planning to go with Premium tier for advanced roadmap feature. And considering Cloud based deployment model. So, is there a document reference to understand how that deployment model works ?

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Cloud means that the deployment model is simple - you sign up to the service, and start adding users who can then use it.  I'm not sure that needs a huge amount of documentation.

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