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Is CentOS8 will support confluence?
Quick answer: probably; may take a little fiddling.
The friction points are net, when the distro wants to do something the app stack wants otherwise. If I were trying to do an commercial-grade install fast in one shot, I'd allocate a half-day on tap for each of a Centos-Guy, java / app server-guy, and postgresql-guy.
Friction Points (Anybody, correct me if needed):
This sounds like a lot, but it's typical for any commercial-grade stack. And the Atlassian tools tend to have more transparency than most others, so it's easier to wrangler. YMMV.