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Assembla to Atlassian migration


One of my organizations (AmeriHome Mortgage) department's is planning to migrate their ALM/SDLC toolset to Atlassian. They are using Assembla ( and my organization already subscribed to (Jira, Confluence, HipChat, BitBucket). 

Essentially, they need migrate their

1 - Wiki link content to Confluence 

2 - Ticketing to JIRA


I'd appreciate any guidance.


Robert Broomandan



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Nic Brough Community Leader Sep 13, 2016

They'll need to extract any data they want to migrate into a format that can be imported by Confluence and JIRA.

I'm afraid I can't tell you much more than that.  Migrate is a "suitcase word", good for a concept, but unless you can explain what is actually in it, there's not a lot more we can do.

Hi Robert,

I can help you out with the Jira part, see my Assembla-to-Jira Migration Toolset.

Being very familiar with both the Assembla and Jira APIs, I'd be itching to go one step further with the Confluence migration, but that'd be more work.

Drop me a line if I can help you out.



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