Learn everything you need to know to migrate you and your team to Atlassian accounts.
Understand Atlassian sites and organizations
An Atlassian organization provides a centralized place for managing your products and users. For more details about how organizations work, see Atlassian organizations.
A site contains instances of Atlassian products under your organization. For example, if you are about to migrate to an Atlassian account and never had one before, you’ll create a new Organization that contains a site, which then contains your Statuspage instance. Atlassian Organizations can have one or more sites; each site can only have one instance of each product.
If you were to add another Atlassian product to your suite, like Jira Software Cloud, you could add it to your site that contains Statuspage, or create a new site for your Jira Software Cloud instance.
Before Migration to Atlassian accounts
Statuspage historically had its own organization structure with pages within those organizations. Meanwhile, Atlassian organizations have sites, which can each contain one instance of each Atlassian product.
After Migration to Atlassian accounts
After migrating to Atlassian accounts, your Statuspage instance will be contained by a site. Your status pages will still remain within your instance of Statuspage.
The screenshot below shows the administration interface with a left side navigation and product list. The top navigation shows options such as Overview, Directory, Products, Security, Billing, and Settings for your organization. You can also see a list of your sites in a dropdown menu.
The Overview page is where you land in Atlassian admin when you visit admin.atlassian.com and select an organization. You’ll see plan and billing information for the products under your organization, and you can select the dropdown menu next to each product for more options.
Some products, like Opsgenie and Statuspage, have their own billing– these products are marked billed separately and any billing tools inside of Atlassian administration don’t apply to them.
Products: Enables organizations to see an overview of their products and access more powerful change-management features such as release tracks and sandbox. Learn more
Settings: Update your details, make a user an organization admin, add another domain, and create an API key. Learn more
Product dropdown menu: Click the dropdown for a list of options for each product, including quick links for managing users and administering products.
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