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I need to transfer data from confluence to share point.Data includes everything from attachments to same folder structure.I read about some applications but they are expensive.is there any cheapest way to transfer data ?Thanks in Advance.
Welcome to the Atlassian Community. It's nice to meet you!
If you don't want to use a migration service, which can be expensive, then you might be left with doing the migration manually. There are a few suggestions on the Reddit thread below:
I don't have too much experience migrating away from Confluence, but have a look there and see if that helps you.
Unfortunately that discussion is more sharepoint bashing than real help.
Im currently researching this as we purchsed an on prem confluence solution a year ago and was notified 6 months later that the product will no longer be supported and we can even upgrade the licenses. We would have to migrate either to the cloud or the their on prem enterprise product both of which are quite expensive roughly 45K.
Sharepoint is is part of our O365 licensing and as such were already paying for that.
So for us the confluence to sharepoint migration makes sense.
Still searching for some migration best practices or recommendations.
Jim, I'm in the same boat. I tried migrating to Confluence Cloud, but I have too many plugins/apps that are not compatible with the cloud version. So, if I am being evicted, I may as well go to the lower cost solution - in this case Sharepoint. It's such a shame because not only will Atlassian lose my business, so will the third party developers in their ecosystem.
With that, have you had any success with your migration?
Enterprise Bridge is one of the offered migration services. I already contacted them. It costs some Euro, true. And the migration might never be 100% perfect. There will be always the need to review the outcome and to optimize and edit pages. We are also looking for those options due to the price policy of Atlassian and the end of support of the less expensive server license. But we recognize that it is not as easy.