- You can't run Confluence on SPARC based hardware. You'll need to use x86 hardware or 64bit derivatives of x86 hardware.
- You can't use an NFS mount for your installation or home directory due to Lucene requirements. If you're installing Confluence Data Center, an NFS mount is fine for the shared home directory, but not for the local home directories.
- You can run Confluence and Confluence Data Center in a virtualized environment (including Docker), but our support team can't assist you with problems related to the environment itself. See Running Confluence in a Virtualized Environment
- Our support team can assist you with any issues installing Confluence Data Center on a Kubernetes cluster using our Helm charts on GitHub. We won't be able to assist you with the prerequisites or setup.
- Our support team can assist you with any issues deploying Confluence Data Center in AWS using the Cloud Formation Template or Quick Start. We won't be able to assist you if you have significantly customised the Cloud Formation Template.
- We only support the Tomcat version that is bundled with your Confluence version. You can't run Confluence in your own application server. See Bundled Tomcat and Java versions to see which version of Tomcat was bundled with your Confluence version.
- You can run Confluence in both IPv4 and IPv6 environments.
- Raw IPv6 addresses are not always recognized. See the Confluence 6.9 Upgrade Notes for limitations and known issues.
Operating system support:
- You should only install and use Confluence on operating system versions that have active vendor support. For example, you can use Confluence on any Microsoft supported version of Windows, unless specified otherwise above.