We've recently migrated all our data from self-hosted JIra/Confluence server, over to the Cloud, and would now like to point our old FQDNs, jira.example.com and wiki.example.com to respective cloud applications.
I wouldn't like unnecessary complexity, and have a web server to do the redirect, but unfortunately, I was unable to find per cloud application FQDNs (and how to configure them) that I can use as data field of a CNAME records.
Can you suggest best approach to have jira.exmaple.com redirect to <company>.atlassian.net jira app, and wiki.example.com redirect to Confluence app?
Thanks Maarten, works for Jira all right, but isn't there a way to "kill both flies" with one stroke (i.e. take care of Confluence also using just a DNS record).
(Personally, I'd settle with just the Jira CNAME for both, but the users were already asking: "Where can I find Confluence?")
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