In this guide we will touch base on the following topics:
- Best practices about cloud migration.
- Principal myths about moving to the cloud.
Moving to Atlassian Cloud is the best practice you can make to start improving your business. In this guide, we debunk the most common misconceptions about moving to Atlassian Cloud – along with shared insights and practical advice from customers who’ve recently migrated.
Organizations are migrating their software applications to the cloud for multiple reasons—such as lower IT workloads, cost savings, greater agility, the need for mobility and remote work, and “cloud first” mandates from management. Enterprises that move now can catch the wave and enjoy these benefits earlier.
But moving to cloud is a big undertaking, and customers need confidence that this is the right decision, and that they’ll be supported along the way. In response, Atlassian is providing free extended cloud trials, more cloud apps and app functionality, migration tools, and dedicated migration support to help streamline the process of moving to the cloud.
Cloud migration is the process of moving applications, users, and data to a cloud hosted infrastructure. In the Atlassian world, this means moving one or more Atlassian products (typically Jira Software, Jira Service Desk, Confluence, or Bitbucket) from Atlassian’s Server version to Atlassian’s Cloud. Cloud-hosted data is hosted on a collection of servers around the world, managed by providers like Atlassian who update and service systems for your company. Learn more about the best practices that can smooth the cloud migration path Confidently plan your migration to Atlassian Cloud. Oxalis experts can help you at every step of your migration – from assessment to getting up and running in the cloud.
Atlassian’s cloud products provide the same benefits as the server products, though there are some differences in features, functionality, and the user experience. In case you need help about how to use migration assistant, feel free to contact us.