If you'd like to build an Atlassian app or extension for our products, we offer two deployment options:
If you're building your server or Data Center app in cloud, check out our App migration platform. If you're an Atlassian Marketplace Partner, you can also find more information in our dedicated resource hub in the Partner Portal.
To get started, sign up online to create an instance of one of our cloud products such as Jira or Confluence. Your instance will be:
Use these tutorials to get started and visit each platform's documentation:
Sign up to get a developer license for a cloud developer bundle.
If you have an app or customer business requirement that prevents you from building your app on cloud, we recommend moving to Data Center.
Data Center products let customers host on their own infrastructure, and their deployments can run on a cluster.
To learn more, check out:
Server end of life is February 15, 2024.
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So, what's the difference between Jira Cloud and Jira Server? Or Confluence Cloud and Confluence Server?
It may be the same Atlassian product, but that doesn't mean all apps work on all deployment options.
For developing your app, here are some key differences between the deployment options:
|Server and Data Center
|Tools and languages
It's also possible for a cloud app to interact with server and Data Center.
For this to work:
Learn more about the differences between cloud and server from a customer's perspective.
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