JIRA on dotCloud
Deploy JIRA on dotCloud in 60 seconds, thanks to our (un)patented two-lines "clone-and-push" deployment method:
git clone git://github.com/jpetazzo/jira-on-dotcloud.git dotcloud push jira jira-on-dotcloud
At the end of the push, the URL of your JIRA installation will be shown. The first start can be a bit slow, so if it does not display at once, give it a minute to settle down.
You can test JIRA without a database, by using an "internal" DB.
However, in production environments, you should use an external DB.
In that case, edit the
dotcloud.yml file and uncomment the
jiradb section (you just have two lines to uncomment).
At the end of the push, you will have to use
dotcloud info to
see the host, port, login and password of the database.
The whole installation process becomes:
git clone git://github.com/jpetazzo/jira-on-dotcloud.git vi jira-on-dotcloud/dotcloud.yml # uncomment the DB you want dotcloud push jira jira-on-dotcloud --all dotcloud info jira.jiradb
--all flag; it is necessary, because you cloned a
git repository, and by default, dotCloud only pushes committed
changes to the platform.
This installation of JIRA is not scaled across multiple instances. It should be pretty reliable, but if you need super high availability, you should check with dotCloud and/or Atlassian for a more custom, battle-hardened, setup.