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I'd like to use Confluence for private purposes. I have found that there is a license fpr private user (max. 10 users) for free. But I don't want to use the cloud installation but rather install confluence in my private network via docker.
My question is: how can I get the license key to use this installation locally with the "10 users free for private use" license?
Thanks, best regards
the post is a bit older but for those who are looking, there are now so-called TimeBomb licenses for the Atlassian tools and this also for the DC version
Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
There is no free license for Atlassian Data Center (= on premise). In the past there was another on prem version called server with cheap licenses of 10USD/year for licenses up to 10 users. This no longer exists.
I really recommend Jira Cloud. Especially for small instances. It will give you all the benefits of a Cloud service with no maintenance/ upgrades/ patching tasks for to be executed by you.
Out of curiosity: why do you prefer a self-hosted instance of Jira?
well, deleted user was asking about Confluence not Jira.
But I was looking for self-hosted confluence as I used it in my previous company and it was a great for creating Wikis for reference, but as personal use, it is too expensive to pay 40K+/year, especially I live in Egypt.