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I might have a basic question, but I need to drop it due to the fact I did not find a respective link/question here within the community (feel free to add references :)):
I could manage to setup my first projects on my on-premis environment. But now I would like to do two things:
Is there any link or documentation (I am pretty sure I am not the first one :)) or can you please help me with your experiences. There is no way on keep it on premise since my company has a very strict "All to cloud" strategy...
Thanks and best regards
To push your projects to the cloud, specifically Jira Cloud, and use Jira within the cloud, you can refer to the official Jira documentation provided by Atlassian. It covers a wide range of topics, including getting started with Jira, browsing a project, working with issues, searching for issues, using Jira and Jira Agile, using Jira and Jira Service Desk, using add-ons, installation, supported platforms, database configuration, release notes, and more.
To get started with Jira Software Cloud and integrate it with other products and applications, you can explore the resources available on Atlassian Support. They provide documentation on setting up Jira Software Cloud and using it in conjunction with other Atlassian products and applications2. Regarding the specific packages you mentioned—Agile Development, Ticket System, Testing Tool, and Workflows—you can find detailed information about them in the Jira Software documentation.
The documentation covers various aspects of Jira Software workflows, including an overview of workflows, status, transitions, resolution, workflow schemes, workflow editor, and more
Welcome to the Atlassian community!
Atlassian has provided a lot of resources/documents to help with migration from on-premise to Cloud. Here is the home page:
You could also consider paying for the services of an Atlassian Solution Partner to help you with the migration. Refer to the Partner Directory.
(Disclosure: I work for an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner in North America.)