Good Morning everyone,
we are currently upgrading to multiple jamf instances so the idea rised that we could use one AWS Bucket for multiple instances, i cant find anything related to this anywhere so is this a new idea(wich i doublt) or is it just not common. So please tell me why or why you wouldn't do it. i know that tools like jamfswitcher exist so i think there needs to be a reason why people don't do it...
thankyou in advance :)
Not sure about logistics/technicalities of separate Jamf servers using the same AWS bucket, but if you are on-prem and have not configured AWS cloud DP yet, you probably won't be able to.
@jMohs I think it's safe to say that falls into the category of "Not a good idea." Jamf Pro doesn't look at the contents of the bucket to see what's available, but keeps a table in the database to track what's added/deleted from the DP, and you can't synchronize that across multiple JSS instances.