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The Jira migration from Server to Cloud is necessary for a simple and compelling reason; Atlassian has already announced the date when it will stop supporting Jira Server accounts. On February 15, 2024, Jira Server will no longer provide technical support, security updates and bug fixes for critical vulnerabilities.
Migrating from a server to the cloud may seem like a complicated task, but here are some tips that can help you do it efficiently:
Evaluate your current situation
Take the test at the bottom of the page to find out the size of your migration.
Make sure you have a detailed plan of what you need to migrate.
Respect your timming
This will allow you to identify and resolve problems in time, which can avoid delays.
On February 15, 2024, Atlassian will stop assisting its Jira Server product. However, this countdown is not the only reason to migrate to the cloud! Jira Cloud is here to stay. So, there you have 3 reasons to move to the Cloud.
Jira Server has hidden costs, such as server maintenance, which are not in the Cloud. In Jira Cloud you only have to worry about licensing costs.
Avoid wasting time and free your teams of automatable tasks, improving their productivity, speed and performance.
Unlike server, Jira Cloud automatically updates to the latest software versions. This means your team will always have access to the latest features, enhancements and security updates.
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