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With Exalate, you can sync your data between various work management systems, or instances.

An Instance is an issue tracker you can connect to. In order to connect two instances, you need to create a connection. 

A Connection defines how issues synchronize between instances. The other instance you are connecting with is a Destination instance.

We offer different Connection types. For example, you can sync JIRA Cloud and JIRA Server even if your JIRA server is not accessible from the outside network. You can also sync the projects of one  Instance. Check out the most typical Use Cases

You can set up the synchronization between any of the supported issue trackers.

What do I need to set up my first configuration?

  • Exalate installed on both Instances (meaning your Instance and the Destination Instance on the other side).
  • Each Instance must have a valid Exalate license.


Select your Work Management System

Check out how to set up Exalate on your platform.


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