There are very few differences between the Cloud and Data Center/Server versions of draw.io for Atlassian’s Confluence. If you know how to create diagrams in draw.io on one, you know how to use it on the other. In both Confluence Cloud and Confluence Data Center/Server, the security and privacy of your data is critical. When [...]
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Atlassian Server EOL Atlassian announced the End of Life for their server products by 2024 and the sale of new server licenses by February 21st, 2021. It’s up to you to decide your best course of action, but remember the draw.io team is here to help with your diagramming needs. Over the next few months [...]
As you've probably heard, Atlassian has announced End of Life for their Server products. This means they’ll no longer be available for new purchases as of February, 2021. From February 2nd, 2023 on, you’ll also no longer be able to purchase new Server licenses for apps, and that Data Center will become the only [...]
Reading Time: 14 min One of the most common questions we get is "Why should we switch from Gliffy to draw.io?" There are many reasons why, and one of the most important (other than draw.io's unbeatable price), is that you'll save a heap of time every time you work with a diagram!
What better way to show you the advantages of making the switch from Gliffy to draw.io than to give you insight into our customer’s journey. Back in 2017, we had the opportunity to show AdNovum Informatik AG how to make diagramming work for them with draw.io AdNovum Informatik AG is a software development and IT security [...]
Migration is not just for the birds Gliffy may be the oldest diagramming app in the Atlassian world, but draw.io has been the highest-rated Confluence app in the Marketplace since 2013 for a reason. We can have you up and running with draw.io in 3 steps, so bring all your Gliffy files with you [...]
With the rising popularity of cloud collaboration, it is not surprising that some diagramming software providers are exiting the on-premises market. You don't have to worry about that with draw.io. Lucidchart has recently announced that they will begin sunsetting (kill or cancel to the rest of us) their Confluence Server and Data Center apps, [...]
Reading Time: 3 min It's easy to work with files of other formats in draw.io. One of the more common diagramming formats, especially used in large companies, is the .vsdx format. Because not everyone in the company has access to this diagramming tool, they can use draw.io to open, edit and export .vsdx diagrams.