Posts Tagged 'Server'

Recap: Moving Away from JIRA Server

January 27, 2021

On January 26, 2021, Inflectra hosted a webinar on the alternatives to Atlassian's JIRA and JIRA Server called: Know Your Options: Moving Away From Atlassian's JIRA Server. If you missed it, here is a full recap of the event! 

The following topics were covered during the webinar:

  1. JIRA Server Discontinued: 
    • What does this mean for your project(s)?
    • What are the most common challenges and opportunities for your project(s)?
    • What are the major alternatives to Atlassian JIRA Server For ALM?
  2. SpiraTeam – JIRA Server Alternative:
    • Why SpiraTeam on-premise is a great option?
    • How to easily migrate from JIRA Server to SpiraTeam?
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How to Export Projects from Jira Server to Spira

November 18, 2020

Since we published our article letting our users know of Atlassian's plans to phase out and discontinue Jira Server, we have had many Spira users contact us to ask us if they could export their projects from Jira Server to Spira (either on-premise or cloud) and continue working in Spira instead of Jira. This article provides some strategies for migrating the data from Jira Server to Spira as easily as possible. Of course, for those looking to migrate to Jira Cloud, Spira works perfectly with Jira Cloud as well.

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Jira Server Discontinued by Atlassian - Inflectra Spira is Here for You

October 20, 2020

With Atlassian's recent announcement that they would be discontinuing Jira Server in favor of the cloud version, we, at Inflectra would like to reaffirm our long-standing commitment to releasing Spira as both a cloud-hosted subscription and an on-premise solution. Why and how we are staying true to our customers is outlined in these passages below. 

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TeamCity and Bamboo make things Easy and Microsoft TFS Makes things Complex!

July 16, 2015

This summer we had the privilege of having an intern (Bruno Gruber) work for us to develop some of the build server plugins for SpiraTeam. During  the course of his internship we were able to see how different companies and technologies make things easy (or hard in the case of Microsoft TFS) for a new developer to start working with their systems. Based on his frustrations and observations we've published this to hopefully encourage Microsoft to make things easier for the rest of us.

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