You might think that when moving a git repository from one location to another, all you have to do is to clone and then push to the new location. That is not true. You have to make sure that all remote branches and tags are included. Note that the following instructions will also push all your local branches to.
In my current project our application is built with Spring and we are using a couple of Spring profiles. Unfortunately we didn’t make them unique so if we deploy it with another application in the same application server we might get a name clash. We decided that we better try to use names that are specific for our application. So I started renaming all of our spring profiles by just adding the prefix apigw. to the name so it will be more unique.