Jira cloud data backed-up is retained for a period of 365 days or 1 year
A backup job automatically runs every 24 hours and 12:00 AM UTC. You as the administrator do not have to do anything to schedule the backups, they occur automatically.
Yes we offer a free trial for a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of 59 days. The exact number of days is determined by Atlassian based on your billing cycle.
Once you install the app from the marketplace, the first backup is automatically triggered and your future daily backups are immediately scheduled.
The backend infrastructure we have built is all server less, it takes a minute or so for a new “container” to get spun up to get the job worked on. This is true for both backups and restores.
Revyz backs up your Jira data into Revyz’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) tenant. The supported AWS data centers are:
us-east-1 (Northern Virginia)
We plan to add support for additional AWS data centers over the course of time.
Data security is paramount at Revyz. We ensure data is encrypted in-motion and at-rest.
Data at-rest is encrypted using industry standard envelope encryption scheme.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 to protect data in-motion over the internet
TLS is terminated in Revyz’s cloud compute process
Tenant specific and unique key encryption key (KEK) is created and stored in AWS Key Management System (KMS)
A unique data encryption key (DEK) is generated per “n” objects used to encrypt data at-rest stored in S3. Objects references Jira issues, attachments and configuration elements within Jira
DEK is further encrypted using KEK and is stored in S3 along with the corresponding objects that where encrypted with that specific DEK
Learn more about envelope encryption here
Customer data backed up within Revyz is encrypted and not accessible or readable by Revyz employees as part of their regular operations. Access to data stored within Revyz is solely subject to policies and authorized user permissions established and managed by the customer.
The encryption scheme built by Revyz allows for the customer to control the main encryption key also known as the Key Encryption Key (KEK) [Reference our encryption scheme]. Revyz plans to support BYOK along with Atlassian in 2023
All activity within the Revyz app is logged. Please reference the audit log feature available within the Revyz app under the “Settings” menu.
Revyz is currently going through a SOC2 type 2 audit. It is in the monitoring period. We expect to get the necessary attestation from our auditor in Q1 of 2023. If in the meantime you would like a letter from the auditor, please reach out to Revyz.
After the completion of the free trial, if you decide to continue with the Revyz Backup & Restore app, your data continuous to reside with Revyz, if for some unforeseen reason you decide to not to continue with Revyz, your data will be automatically deleted on the 5th Saturday after you have un-installed our application.
To learn more about Revyz’s Security policies, please Revyz’s security documentation available here.