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Has anyone successfully automated their backups for Jira Cloud?

I know Atlassian has an export endpoint for Jira Cloud projects but doesn't provide a supported script to automatically use it, but that some 3rd-party scripts exist for this purpose.

 

Has anyone found these useful? If not, what are you using to take regular backups of your Jira Cloud site?

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Stefan Salzl Community Leader Jun 20, 2022

Hi @Danny Grenzowski _Rewind_ 

It´s been a while now but I once had to implement this for a customer and I was able to manage with information from following links:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/how-to-automate-backups-for-jira-cloud-applications-779160659.html

https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/automatic-cloud-backup/src/master/

 

I configured the shell scripts from the above mentioned repo and created a cron-job to recurringly process the backup.

 

Hope this helps.

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Stefan

Girish_Shenoy Community Leader Jun 20, 2022

Hi Stefan,

If you need a fool proof solution, there is a third party app called Revyz for Jira, this will do automatic backup and also allows you to perform issue level restoration. I am currently testing their Beta and its working very well. 

They are currently giving early access for free, you can try it . visit https://www.revyz.io/

Hope this helps you.

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4 Quick restores

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Yes, I've been able to automate our JIRA and Confluence backups to AWS by tweaking the community provided scripts. 

In essence its a Python script alongside an accompanying Dockerfile allows an image to be built and then subsequently pushed and stored to AWS ECR (Elastic Container Registry). This can then be executed via a cron job using AWS EventBridge. On success or failure, the script invokes the Slack Messaging lambda (passes a JSON Array string) to provide a live notification to Slack.

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I've done it using Automation but I just have it set to run weekly.

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