- IT time and resources can be cut in half by a move off-prem. Atlassian, for example, guarantees 99.95% uptime, and if an incident does happen, we’ve got the resources in place to resolve it, quickly and without additional cost to you.
- Moving to the cloud free up your IT teams to focus on strategic or urgent tasks instead of tedious ones. It’s also why 74% of organizations say cloud gives their team a competitive advantage.
|No Maintenance Fees Atlassian becomes responsible for upgrading security/maintaining servers, replacing old technology with new, and regularly upgrading software to address feature requests and bugs. Covered by Atlassian||$0|
Maintenance Upgrades, Security/Privacy, Performance Improvements, etc
- With an average lifespan of 3-5 years, servers need to be regularly repaired and physically replaced. Systems downtime can cost three times as much as a year-long cloud subscription in a matter of minutes or hours.
- The average amount a company spends on downtime is $5,600 per minute, according to 2014 research by Gartner. And since 2014, that estimate has only gone up, with more recent reports putting the figure somewhere around $9k. Of course, that’s just an average – and some companies have a lot more to lose – like Facebook, whose 14-hour outage in 2019 lost them an estimated $90 million.
|Priority Support For 2k Users||$15,000|
|FTEs Managing Server *Based on the average salaries of one senior system administrator and one JIRA administrator and accounted for fully-burdened cost factors.||$300,402|
|Planned Downtime *Opportunity cost of planned downtime incorporates the product license with the highest # of users times the average salary of software developers (based on U.S. Bureau of Labor Stats) times the # of annual upgrades and the average time to complete an upgrade.||$609,240|