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For clarity, I'd like to get a better understanding of what happens if we don't migrate from Jira Server. Just playing devil's advocate. On 16th February, I can still log in and use Jira, right? I could continue using Jira Server until such point that I encountered an error which I can't workaround and which I'd require Atlassian's help with. This could be weeks or months. Is this correct, or have I missed something?
Hello @Victoria Bertorelli ,
Basically what will happen is that you can continue to use your Jira server until it no longer serves your needs. However, you will not be able to:
You might want to scroll through this page: https://www.atlassian.com/migration/assess/journey-to-cloud. Especially the FAQ's at the end of the page will answer most of your questions.
Hope this helps, and don't hesitate to reach out if you need more help!
Hi @Victoria Bertorelli ,
welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Yes, you can still use your server instance after 16th February. You will loose support and there will be no (security) fixes and upgrades available in general.
Will not be able to buy more licence and apps too
All yes, from my point of view.
Considering (and agreeing with) all of the above, if your company takes security vulnerabilities seriously (and I hope they do) you could get stuck in a place where one is introduced and you do not have the ability to remediate it by upgrading.
You would be forced to make a "quick move" to Data Center... which isnt a horrible thing, but if you also havent done the research to ensure all of your current apps have a Data Center version, you could lose some functionality (though you do gain a bit of cool things with DC)