Question - converting from onpremise confluence to Cloud in near future

Hello,

We are making great progress in creating awesome articles for our on premise confluence server. One day we would like to create a "Public Facing Knowledge Base" for our customers to look at online. We feel confluence will be best for that. So with that being said will be able to , in the future, convert our on-premise confluence articles to cloud articles in the future assuming we purchase the cloud version?

One more question, We want to know if we can name our future cloud confluence version that has a web address of  confluence.kilobytez.ca ... is that possible?

Thanks!

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Converting to Cloud, yes, this is well-supported by Atlassian, with the caveat that your data must not be too large to fit into Cloud.  Cloud currently only goes up to 2,000 users (active, not just people reading stuff) and 100Gb data, and although there are plans to increase the limits, if you are close to them now, you won't be able to move.

You can not use custom URLs for Cloud.  Again, this is something Atlassian want to support, but for the foreseeable future, your url will have to be <something>.atlassian.net

Thanks for the quick reply.

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