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Supported Jira versions

Matthias Gaiser

Matthias Gaiser Last update: Jun 7, 2019

This article explains what versions of Jira can be synchronized with one another using Backbone Issue Sync.

Server ↔ Server

Backbone Issue Sync supports Jira Server versions 7.0 and higher. All supported versions can be synchronized with each other – e.g. you can synchronize a Jira 7.0 instance with a Jira 8.x instance.

We suggest to read the related example use cases, e.g. how to setup a bidirectional synchronization.

If you are using Jira 6.3 or 6.4, we strongly recommend that you upgrade to a current Jira version since Jira 6.3/6.4 have reached their end of life in July 2016/March 2017. If you still want to synchronize with such a Jira, you can install Backbone 3.9.2 on that instance and configure the synchronization in another instance which should be a supported Jira version. Please note that we don't explicitly test this scenario, so future updates may break this compatibility.

Server ↔ Cloud or Cloud ↔ Server

All supported versions of Jira Server can be synchronized with Jira Cloud and vice versa. In this case, a synchronization needs to be configured on the Jira Server side. Please read this Example Use Case article which explains the initial setup steps and best practices. However, please note that distributed configurations are not supported.

Cloud ↔ Cloud

Also Jira Cloud instances can be synchronized with each other. This is documented in the cloud section of our documentation. We suggest to read the related example use cases, e.g. how to setup a bidirectional synchronization.

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