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Cloud vs. On-premise - Key Differences between Platforms
With each new release of our Cloud-hosted plugins, we endeavor to reduce disparities in functionality and customization between them and our on-premise-hosted versions. However, due to technical prerequisites and limitations of Jira Cloud, inevitable variances remain. Our on-premise-hosted BigPicture remains the gold standard, serving as a reference point for its Cloud-hosted equivalent. In the tables below, you can find such disparities by comparing and contrasting the features and functionalities of Cloud- to on-premise-hosted BigPicture and BigPicture Enterprise modules.
Since BigPicture includes all of BigGantt's functionalities, BigGantt was intentionally missed out in the below comparison.
Clear cache (available only on Jira Server / Jira Data Center)
Most of the problems with outdated information which can cause errors can be resolved by clearing the cache.
IMPORTANT: "Clear cache" button is hidden under a feature flag and is NOT available on Jira Cloud.
The UI element (swiper) is not available. The Jira Cloud hosting security always requires respecting the screen scheme configuration, so the administrator has no possibility to configure the application in this regard.
Following differences in the Confluence architecture between Jira On-premise and Jira Cloud:
Gadgets from Jira On-premise are automatically available with the same login mechanisms;
If you have any further questions or are still in doubt about why certain options or features remain inaccessible, please do not hesitate to contact our Support Team via our Service Desk.
Custom fields from third-party Jira apps in BigPicture and BigGantt.
Depending on the functionality of a given plugin, custom fields based on third-party Jira apps may have limited or different functionality in the Cloud version of the product. For example, Traffic Lights can be displayed only as a text field.