We decided to take TFS4JIRA fully cloud and make it a SaaS product. What does this exactly mean? No more, no less - we’re creating an app working in the cloud environment, without the necessity to install anything on your end. This means no need for a self-hosted server running TFS4JIRA. The new app is much faster than the old one, capable of synchronising a great number of work items several times faster than the current app does.
If you have already used Jira next-gen projects in your company, you can now significantly refine your project synchronization, migration, and integration. And if you are a small or medium business player who is still looking to optimize your project management, turn on your improvement radar right now. We are happy to inform you that from now on, TFS4JIRA is available for next-gen projects.
Switching from Azure DevOps to Jira Software is a real-life scenario and a challenge as well. There are several business reasons to back up that meaningful decision. The exponential growth of your company and merging it with another enterprise are on the top of the list. But how to conduct a process and don’t get lost in it? How not to jeopardize your sensible project data? Here’s our complete guide to handling your Jira Azure DevOps Integration.
Are you in the middle of migrating data from Azure DevOps to Jira? It can be either a mundane and vulnerable manual process, or a tool-backed real-time synchronization between those two software project management services. Which one is it going to be? In this article, we will highlight a difference between importing data from a CSV file and merging Azure DevOps with Jira thanks to a handy plugin – TFS4JIRA.
TFS4JIRAMigrations are a well-known risk for all sorts of pitfalls - like downtime and crucial information getting lost during the process.
However, while making mistakes can be detrimental, if you’re a Jira admin, migrations will be inevitable.
As the stakes are high and the likeliness of errors is great, admins who have experienced migrations can feel the urge to cringe by just hearing the word.
We’re here to say, it does not have to be that way! Following certain guidelines and best practices can actually allow the migration process to run smoothly.
In this blogpost, we will describe these guidelines, as well as common pitfalls to avoid.