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Can I clone our Jira server and migrate it to another VM?

We are running a virtual machine with Jira, Jira serviceDesk, Bitbucket. All applications and databases are on one machine. 

We run the software now on a machine in a datacenter, we like to move to a virtual machine in Azure. 

Can we just clone the original machine, transfer the cloned machine to the new virtual machine and expect it to work? 

Note: 

In the past we used to get a test license for Jira, create a backup and perform a restore on the new machine, then shut down the old machine and transfer the license. But now that test licenses aren't available anymore, I am looking for the clone option. 

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Hi @wouter de wit 

Cloning the server might work, if nothing is changing on the target system...

Regarding the license, you may still have access to a developer license to run separated test environments, which is the case here.

Check https://www.atlassian.com/licensing/purchase-licensing#What-are-developer-licenses-How-are-they-used  for more details about it.

Kind regards,
Thiago Masutti

Thanks again for the reply. We decided to move to the cloud. 

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