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Migrate Azure DevOps Wiki to Jira/Confluence

Hello Community!

We are currently trying to migrate Azure DevOps to Jira.
We already found Tools that support the migration besides our Wiki in Azure DevOps.


Has anyone any experience to also migrate the Wiki from Azure DevOps to Confluence?
If so, could you recommend a Tool or support with any idea of a procedure :)?


Thanks a lot!


All the best,


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Pramodh M
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Feb 21, 2022
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Feb 02, 2023

@Vanessa hi! Were you able to find a solution? If you're open to a 3rd party tool (or simply the idea of it), check out ZigiOps. It will connect the 2 systems, sync their data and enable the seamless migration of the data you want. It's easy to use, fast, secure (no data is stored) and has no limit on the entities (data) migrated. Check ZigiOps out and if you want to see it in action, you can always book a demo (it's free & non-binding).

BR, Diana (ZigiOps)

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