3 forms you need to start your Jira migration right

Jira Server is sunsetting which means that for many of you, it’s time to think about migrating. Your organization may choose to move to Data Center or Cloud. Both are good choices, but each one comes with a few wrinkles that are worth thinking about ahead of time.

Plan to get it right

Getting your migration right – without losing or corrupting your data, interrupting work or just annoying Jira users – is important.

That’s why we’re excited Botron Atlassian Apps, an Appfire company, and Rachel Wright, author of the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook, came together to write The Ultimate Guide to Jira Migrations.

Reading through the Guide, one is reminded of just how good Rachel is at making complex processes feel organized and manageable. The worksheets in the Guide ensure you’ll cover all aspects of planning, prep and testing, ahead of time so you can avoid unpleasant surprises when you migrate from Server to DC or Cloud.

The Guide is readable while also being a step-by-step instruction manual, with helpful hints and tips, as well as worksheets to document your decisions and actions taken.

Start with these 3 migration worksheet templates

Being form junkies, we’re especially fond of the worksheets. The Guide includes 16 worksheets to help you work through decision-making, creating a plan, executing your plan, and final testing.

To make it easier for you to get started on your Jira migration journey, ProForma teamed up with Botron and Rachel to create three new form templates from these worksheets:

Each link above takes you to the form mentioned. They’re available for free on the ProForma demo site and in ProForma’s template library in Cloud, Server and DC.



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