EASI will be migrating all current users and content from Confluence Server to Confluence Cloud by the end of January 2024. Communications will follow in early 2024. As part of this transition, wiki.easi.utoronto.ca will redirect to a new URL and bookmark links to individual Confluence Server pages will need to be updated manually. Please stay tuned for more details in early 2024.
Records from Jira Server will remain as a read-only online archive for at least one year with access limited to team leads. Specific Jiras can be copied from Jira to Azure DevOps manually on an as-needed basis.
Stakeholders are users with free but limited access to Azure DevOps features and functions. With Stakeholder access, you can add and modify work items, manage build and release pipelines, and view dashboards. You can check project status and provide direction, feedback, feature ideas, and business alignment to a team.
Divisions working independently of EASI will receive a quarterly charge from Business Operations & Administration (BOA). BOA will perform a cost analysis and will request a funds transfer from divisional CAOs.
You can gain access to Azure DevOps by filling out this Microsoft Form.
For divisions working independently of EASI, we recommend that you transition to Azure DevOps due to increased security, alignment with U of T’s technical roadmap and future evolution with Microsoft. If your division is transitioning to Jira Cloud, Jira Software Cloud Standard is recommended as the minimum due to security requirements.
On February 15, 2024, Jira Server will reach end of life and users will no longer be able to access this application. EASI and its partner divisions will be transitioning to Azure DevOps due to cost savings, alignment with U of T’s technical roadmap and future evolution with Microsoft.