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Exalate syncs your data through connections between two instances, or locally within the same instance. You can establish a public, private, or local connection.

In Exalate for Jira on-premise, there are three configuration types of connections:

  • Basic—a connection that allows synchronizing a basic set of issue fields. Recommended for use cases of basic complexity.
  • Visual—a connection between instances is established using a single visual interface. Requires admin access to both instances. Recommended for use cases of basic to intermediate complexity.
  • Script—each side of the connection is set up separately with groovy-based script sync rules. Recommended for more complex and advanced use cases.

Depending on the license plan different configuration types are available. Check Pricing and licensing for more details. 

Basic connections

Check out how to set up a Basic connection in Set up a Basic connection in Exalate for Jira on-premise.

Visual connections

Check out how to set up a Visual connection in Set up a Visual connection in Exalate for Jira on-premise.

Script connections

Check out how to set up a Script connection in Set up a Script connection in Exalate for Jira on-premise.