Atlassian has announced they are retiring the Server versions of their products: https://www.atlassian.com/blog/announcements/journey-to-cloud
- Every "server" customer needs to move to the Cloud,
- Privileged customers will go to Data Center versions: Self-hosted inside the customers' network, clustered with several nodes, it resolves problems like storage location, private domain, private network.
DC is now the Cloud++ version, rather than the Server++ version.
Our Cloud version 1.0 is published, here are the docs: https://documentation.play-sql.com/display/RYC
Requirement Yogi plans
In November, we have published the Cloud version we were working on, in emergency after Atlassian's announcement.
= Already available.
The first version is very simple, but contains the essential parts of the workflow:
It will at least help customers plan and visualize how to migrate their data. But it lacks the following features:
This first version is included in the Security Bug Bounty, which ensures the trust of customers.
|1st of March|
|Features we are planning for the first year|
This is not contractual:
|Not the first year|
We may develop those features one day, but certainly not before November 2021.
We cannot / won't develop the following features for the Cloud version:
Pricing is slightly different on the cloud, but we'll make it as close as possible to the Server version: $1 per user.
However, we must make the Jira part paid as well, since it is a non-negligible scalability issue: $0.5 per user.
This roadmap is not contractual. We can only promise our team is 75% dedicated to Confluence Cloud, 25% dedicated to Data Center, but there are numerous uncertainties.
Once again I would like to express to you my solidarity towards all the teams who are currently being impacted by the transition to the cloud, and who will have to work overtime to migrate. It caught us before we had a decent solution, but we will pivot and make it happen, with a few rough edges.