About the Webinar


With all the benefits of Jira Cloud, it’s not surprising that so many organizations are migrating to Atlassian Cloud for their MUST HAVE tools and services. But to fully reap the benefits of cloud adoption, it’s important to take the right steps to prepare, implement, and optimize your migration. When done well, a mature cloud infrastructure enables optimal efficiency and productivity for your organization.

So what does it take to pull off a successful Jira Cloud migration?

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • Which organizations are best suited for a Jira Cloud migration
  • Intended use cases for the Jira Cloud Migration Assistant
  • Best practices for administration and security of Jira Cloud
  • And much more!

About the Presenters

Dave Theodore
Director of Atlassian Services
Coyote Creek Consulting


About Dave

Dave Theodore launched Coyote Creek’s Atlassian practice 11 years ago, and he’s been helping clients make the most of Atlassian’s tools ever since. Having worked with Atlassian Data Center since it was in Beta, Dave is an Atlassian expert who knows the details of setting up and running Jira, Confluence, BitBucket and Crowd on Data Center inside and out.

From 1,000-user companies to 80,000-user organizations, Dave has “been there, done that.” In fact, he’s been architecting large data centers and application environments for over 20 years. In his spare time Dave is an amateur racecar driver, a racetrack instructor and an expert at brewing beer at home (but he never mixes the two!)

Aaron Geer
Cloud Services Manager
Coyote Creek Consulting


About Aarron
For nearly two decades Coyote Creek’s clients have benefited from Aaron Geer’s ability to combine business knowledge with technical expertise. For his first 12 years with the firm Aaron served as a Systems Engineer, handling design, architecture and implementation projects for enterprise deployments.

Since 2012 Aaron has focused on systems operations as the Manager of Coyote Creek’s 24x7x365 Cloud Services practice (formerly called Remote Monitoring and Management). Aaron’s responsibilities including managing the team and business, assisting with incident management and ensuring there are no gaps in the solutions that our project teams provide. When not at the office Aaron keeps busy playing sports, cheering on his five kids in their sports activities, and traveling.