Confluence Data Center documentation
Data Center is our self-managed edition of Confluence built for enterprises. It provides the deployment flexibility and administrative control you need to manage mission-critical Confluence sites. Learn more about Confluence Data Center on our website.
Data Center architecture
You can deploy Confluence Data Center in two ways.
Non-clustered (single node)
Run the Confluence Data Center application on a single server. (Available for Confluence 7.2 and later).
This allows you to take advantage of Data Center-only features without adding to your infrastructure.
Learn more about Data Center features.
Run Confluence Data Center in a cluster with multiple application nodes, and a load balancer to direct traffic.
Clustering is designed for large, or mission-critical, Confluence sites, allowing you to provide high availability, and maintain performance as you scale.
Learn more about clustering with Data Center.
Install or upgrade Confluence Data Center
Clustering with Confluence Data Center
- Learn about clustering architecture and requirements
- Set up a Data Center cluster
- Add or remove application nodes
- Turn off clustering (revert to a non-clustered Data Center installation)
- Troubleshoot a clustering issue
Want to see what's included with Data Center? Head to the Confluence Server and Data Center feature comparison.
You can purchase a Data Center license or create an evaluation license at my.atlassian.com
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