|To:||Active evaluators, active customers of both RY and RY TC.|
|Subject:||Requirement Yogi and Confluence Data Center.|
|Main page for all information regarding DC:||Data Center strategy for Requirement Yogi|
|Date||August 7th, 2019|
We are writing to you regarding our app for Confluence Data Center and its new pricing. As you may already know, once a Data Center app is available, customers can only opt for the Data Center license when they renew.
We plan to publish a Data Center version of our Requirement Yogi plugins soon. Here are the expected dates, which will vary depending on our bandwidth and processing times at Atlassian:
The pricing is exactly 25% of Confluence for each tier, except the lower tiers where it is the price of the Server version:
|Tier||Confluence DC||Requirement Yogi DC|
Those rules were defined by Atlassian, so please refer to their FAQ if you have more questions. Licenses for the Server version purchased before September 3rd will be valid on a Data Center instance.
The approval process has already started concerning Requirement Yogi for Confluence, and we expect a few weeks before approval. Check out our summary page: Data Center strategy for Requirement Yogi.
We need a bit more time for the Jira integration. The queue between Jira and Confluence has shown weaknesses, so the "Remote issue links" implementation needs to be replaced with a better performing UI, based on a panel and a custom field. These changes will have the following impact:
Once this project is complete, we will come back to the development of new features.
Go to https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/installing-confluence-data-center-203603.html and follow the instructions.
Adrien Ragot, founder