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We have been covering the changes coming to Atlassian software since they announced their plan to sunset Server products. As of February 2, 2021, Atlassian stopped selling licenses for their Server line of products and has introduced some Cloud licensing discounts and loyalty pricing for those customers who made the switch to either Atlassian Cloud or Data Center products. However, they also stated that those discounts and loyalty incentives would decrease as time went on.… read more
By now you’re well aware of Atlassian’s decision to end of life their Server products and end support for Server products by 2024. By doing this they are shifting their focus to innovating more in the Cloud as well as dedicating more resources to their Data Center products. This means Server customers are going to either have to upgrade to Data Center or migrate to the Cloud and from this, many questions have emerged from… read more
Published with permission from ‘The Jira Guy – TJG’, Rodney Nissen. https://thejiraguy.com/2021/02/10/jira-cloud-surprises/ Disclaimer: Opinions in this blog are The Jira Guy’s – and in no way represent the feelings of Coyote Creek Consulting. So, we are in the end-game now. Atlassian has stopped selling “net new” Server licenses and is only renewing existing licenses at this point. This week we’ll be looking at “Cloud Gotchas” you can expect if you’re used to managing a Server… read more
As Atlassian has now stopped selling Server licenses and has announced that Server support will also be retired in 2024, existing Server users are facing the tough decision between choosing between Atlassian Cloud vs Data Center. For some the choice is clear, but for others, there are questions that remain and reasons why Atlassian Cloud may not be the right fit for them. To that end, we’ve launched this Q&A series to help address some… read more
If you haven’t been following the other posts in this series, let us catch you up briefly. In response to changing customer needs and the massive, rapid adoption of cloud infrastructure, Atlassian has decided to sunset their Server licenses as of February 2, 2021 and their support of Server applications in 2024. They believe that dividing their effort between Data Center, Cloud and Server slowed their ability to innovate and add more value to their… read more