You can synchronize any two of the supported issue tracking platforms.
For example, you can sync your JIRA Cloud and JIRA Server, even if the JIRA server is in a private network and you cannot access it from the outside.
You can also sync local projects within the same Jira Instance. For more details check out the typical use cases.
Take a look at the example integrations below:
Jira Cloud to Jira Cloud Synchronization
How to Set up a Synchronization?
1. Install Exalate
2. Set up a connection.
Exalate can sync data after a connection between two instances is established.
Exalate for Jira Cloud has connections in Visual mode and in Script Mode.
Setting up a Visual mode connection is easier: you can do it on your end without using scripts. For Visual mode connections, you need to have admin access for both instances.
Script mode connections use scripts, which makes them more flexible, and more useful for advanced use cases.
Check out Set up a Connection in Exalate for Jira Cloud for more information.
3. Synchronize Issues
You can synchronize issues manually or automatically.
Check out how to start the synchronization.
Configure the synchronization behavior of your use case with the help of Jira Cloud configuration guides.