No. You will have to write a script that clones all repos from server and pushes to new remote in cloud.
The users will have to be recreated/invited in cloud. Then you can save the group information from server using the api to a list and update cloud.
It's mind-boggling that Atlassian does not have a tool or provide any support for migrating to Bitbucket Server to Bitbucket Cloud. Has no one ever done this before? Do they not want people to use Bitbucket Cloud if they already have Server?
I am planning a migration away from Bitbucket Server to a cloud hosted git service and was considering Bitbucket Cloud, but maybe I will take a second look at migrating to GitHub or GitLab instead.
We have about 200 projects, 500 repos to migrate and lack of any real support from Atlassian is extremely disappointing.
I hope I just haven't dug around the forum enough and that I'm wrong. But how Atlassian can have the two products, push heavily for cloud and not supply a way to migrate that is pretty much push a button is beyond me. Now I need to do a honest look at whether it is worth staying on bitbucket or if it is time to move to github or gitlabs.
Hello! My name is Mark Askew and I am a Premier Support Engineer for products Bitbucket Server/Data Center, Fisheye & Crucible. Today, I want to bring the discussion that Jennifer, Matt, and ...
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