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Atlassian Migration Services

Since 2013 Botron has been developing Configuration Manager for Jira – #1 tool for Jira administrators which provides data portability for Jira Configuration and Issues. One of the key applications of the add-on is merging multiple Jira servers into one. Since 2014 our engineering team has been assisting customers in accomplishing this goal faster, better and with zero data loss. Atlassian users recognize Botron’s thought leadership and Botron’s services have become the market leading offering for migrations across all Atlassian applications – Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket and Bamboo.

We simply call this Atlassian Migrations with Zero data loss.

Highlights

Hight Fidelity Migration

Migrations performed by Botron Professional Services (PSO) are
completely transparent to the end user, 100% successful, cost efficient
and recommended by the Atlassian Technical Account Management
(TAM) team.

Market Leader

With 15 completed projects, 4 in-progress and many upcoming, Botron
Migration Methodology is a battle proven approach – the most popular
choice for enterprises of any size.

Flawless Track Record

Thousands of projects and spaces, millions of Jira issues and Confluence
pages migrated for companies of all sizes, including the world’s largest
migration to Jira datacenter, migrated with 100% success rate and zero
post production issues reported.

The Migration Method

The Botron Migration Method is a structured approach to migrations that ensures:

– zero data loss

– zero post migration issues found and reported

– involvement of the business users to ensure transparency and accurate expectations

Migration/Merge: On-demand to On-Prem

Client Ingram Book Group Inc

Migration and Merge of all Jira & Confluence servers from On-demand to hosted servers. Included all configuration elements that existed on the On-Demand servers. Our customer said, “...the Botron Professional Services did an excellent job developing a concise SOW, setting expectations..."

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