Are you thinking about migrating to cloud?

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Mudassir Ali
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Are you thinking about migrating to cloud?

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Mubashir
Oct 01, 2021
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Years ago, Atlassian foresaw the rise of the SaaS enterprise and decided to start heavily investing in our cloud products. Our cloud products have since become an industry leader with best-in-class performance, reliability, privacy, security, and disaster recovery. Hundreds of thousands of customers trust our cloud offerings, including 80% of the Fortune 500. With immediate access to the latest features and integrations, simplified IT workloads, and improved productivity, it’s no wonder that 90% of our new customers choose to start in cloud.

If you are one of our customers that started on server and are now considering moving to SaaS, you probably have many questions about how to start: “how is cloud better for my team?”, “what is security like compared to server?”, “are there tools for data migration”, and of course “what about my apps”? Migrations don’t happen all at once. The actual migration process and timeline can vary depending on the size of your instance, how many attachments you have, the amount of data, and the number of apps.

We’ve been hard at work simplifying and demystifying the migration process for customers ready to move to the cloud. The Atlassian Cloud Migration Center is full of critical information, FAQs, and step-by-step guides to make sure your move to cloud is successful. With more than 60% of Atlassian customers using an app or integration to extend product functionality, we know many of you likely don’t know where to start when migrating with apps. You might be asking yourself, “which apps are a must-have for my teams?”, “what functionality now comes natively in cloud?”, “which integrations do we need?”.

We’re here to help.

We’ve broken down the necessary steps to assess apps in your cloud migration strategy. We’ve also included some insights into what’s different in cloud to make your migration easier.

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