Simple question, trying to get buy in at my organization to come over to Atlassian tools which I've used previously. I am building out a demo with the 'free' license to prove out to management with a sample workflow in JIRA and sample structure for documentation and collaboration in Confluence. Am I able to at the end of the day migrate that to a licensed version of each once I can get buy-in, and even with different user levels?
For example I see us using a 50 or 100 user license for JIRA, but only 15 or so for Confluence.
I'd want to make sure I can use that structure rather than recreate it yet again in the production cloud instance.
A migration for cloud servers would usually be "export it from source and import it on target".
However, if you're using a trial, you can simply go with it - when you get to the end of the trial (or before if you get buy-in), buy it. Then the Cloud "demo" becomes your production service, complete with all the demo data you had in it.
The user licences are really a separate ting, you can choose whichever is the best tier for you when you buy (and change it later) - it won't affect your data.
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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