JIRA is now available as three separate applications, JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, and JIRA Core. For more information on administering these applications, refer to the Administering JIRA Applications documentation.

Integrating JIRA with a Web Server

The following pages contain information on integrating JIRA with a web server.

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    Michael King

    This is useless - you support two aging, non-Agile applications, and nothing that actual Agile development houses use.  How about actually spending 10-15 minutes to work out what it takes to get this working with NGINX or even lighttpd.  Not supporting NGINX and supporting IIS is like saying we're better off using those vacuum tubes over solid state, because it's what we know...

    12 Feb 2014
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    Anil Kulkarni

    Following setup for nginx worked for me

    Add following to your virtual.conf file for nginix and restart ngnix. Then you can access JIRA via subdomain.yourdomain.com

    server {


        server_name subdomain.yourdomain.com; # e.g. jira.mycompany.com where jira is a subdomain

        access_log /var/log/nginx/subdomain.log; 

        location / {

            proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;

            proxy_set_header HOST $http_host;

            proxy_set_header X-NginX-Proxy true;

            proxy_pass; # put correct port number where your JIRA points to

            proxy_redirect off;



    21 Oct 2014
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