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Will Confluence Managed services be supported or is it going also out of service.

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Apr 10, 2023


Currently we are using onprem datacenter for Confluence and thinking about migration since the end of life annoucement. For security reasons we would like to keep the data in our own AWS if possible and not use the SAAS version. Wondering for that if the managed services will be still supported so that we can use it in our AWS cloud. You reply is greatly appreciated. Thank you



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Apr 10, 2023

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Cloud is effectively "managed services", Atlassian don't have any other offering that you could call that.

Server is end-of-life in 10 months, but you can still run the server version on your own "hardware" (like AWS or your own virtual machines), you just need to move to Data-Center if you want to be supported and get upgrades.  DC is not a "managed service", like Server, you still need someone to look after it for you.

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