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Can we migrate HPALM to JIRA


Please help with the details to migrate  HPALM to JIRA tool.



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Hi @hari kishan Chowdary


This is Dhiren from Exalate. I was just wondering if you are open to use a 3rd Party tool like Exalate for this purpose. 

Exalate, provides a fully bi-directional synchronization between HP ALM and Jira (among other ITSM systems) that is fully customizable. Although Exalate is built as an integration solution but it can also be used for Migration purpose as well. 

You may refer to this doc for more info on what's supported with Exalate.

If you would like to see a customized demo of the product in action, feel free to book a slot with us. 




@hari kishan Chowdary hi there! If you're still looking for a migration solution, take a look at ZigiOps. It's a no-code integration tool that can also be used for migration. It can help you accomplish the migration of HP ALM to Jira easily and without limitations on the data you want to migrate. Check it out and if you think the ZigiOps tool would be useful, feel free to contact us so we could take a look at your use case.

Regards, Diana (ZigiWave team)

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Hello @hari kishan Chowdary 

Welcome to the community.

What data are you trying to migrate from HP ALM to Jira?

HP ALM, as I recall, has at least two major features; test case and execution tracking, and issue/bug tracking. What features are you using?

Jira is a issue/work tracking tool natively. You could migrate issue/bug data from HP ALM to Jira. Jira is not natively a test case management tool but there are third party apps you can add to Jira to add that functionality.

Thanks @Trudy Claspill  for the note. Yes, we are looking to migrate from ALM to JIRA.

All the modules like test plan, test lab, defects. 

please advise if any possibilities..

As I said, Jira is not natively a test case/plan/execution tracking tool. If you want that type of functionality within Jira you will need to look for a third party app that extends Jira's capabilities for that.

Regarding how to execute the migration, if you want to handle that yourself then you can find a variety of posts that discuss that topic if you search the internet.

Or you can engage with a consulting company such as the Atlassian Solution Partners to help your company with that migration.


(Disclosure: I work for an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner.)

Thanks Trudy for the note.

sure will review the details and get back to you.


Appreciate your help..

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