Best practices for administering cloud and self-managed products together
Learn more about Atlassian Cloud
Before you get started, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the functional and feature differences in Atlassian Cloud products. Here are some useful resources:
What are main differences between self-managed and cloud products?
Learn more about the differences between Cloud and self-managed products. See Cloud and on-prem comparison.
How does Atlassian Cloud architecture work?
Get a better understanding of Atlassian Cloud architecture to so that you can combine Atlassian cloud and self-managed products in a way that meets your company security requirements. See How does Atlassian’s cloud architecture work?
Link your products
Learn how to set up integrations between self-managed and cloud. What are the most popular integration patterns?
How do I link cloud products to self-managed?
You can create two-way links between your cloud and self-managed products. This allows you, for example, to take advantage of features like viewing Bitbucket Server commits or Bamboo build information in your Jira Software Cloud product. For more information, see Link to server products from cloud Use and AppLinks to link to Atlassian products.Show me supported integration patters...
- How do I migrate users from server to cloud?
Here are best practices on how to plan your user migration - Determine your user migration strategy.
How to manage users in cross-deployment set up and what we’re doing to improve it in the future.
How does user management differ in cloud and self-managed?
Whether you’re migrating to cloud or or have hybrid self-managed and cloud setup, it’s important to understand differences in user management for both. See User management differences in cloud and server.
What’s Atlassian Access?
Atlassian Access is a subscription that you buy for your whole company. An Atlassian Access subscription gives you the ability to apply security policies over managed accounts with your verified domains. For more information, see Understand Atlassian Access and Atlassian Access and cloud migrations.
Learn about available ways of configuring a secure connectivity between self-managed and cloud products.
What are Atlassian security practices?
Take a look at Atlassian security practices to learn about our approach to security and how you can play your part.
Where is my data stored in Cloud?
Understanding data residency in Atlassian Cloud products together with physical location of on-prem products will help you determine how much IP allowlisting you will have to do. See Understand data residency.
Which IP addresses do I need to allowlist for my Atlassian products to work properly?
There's a number of Atlassian IP addresses that you’ll have to allowlist to ensure your Atlassian Cloud products function smoothly. For the complete list of these IP addresses, see IP addresses and domains for Atlassian cloud products and for instructions on how to find your IP allowlist, go to Specify IP addresses for product access
How do I configure my Atlassian applications to communicate externally through outbound proxy?
To allow you Atlassian applications to access servers outside your network, you must configure outbound HTTP and HTTPS Proxy. See, How to Configure Outbound HTTP and HTTPS Proxy for your Atlassian application