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I'm new to Confluence, but it looks powerful and seems like it would work very well for documenting IT systems.
I'm a small Managed Service Provider, with around 50 clients. In my current documentation, I have a loose structure of sections identifying things like server assets, workstations, software platforms, credentials, licenses, et cetera - per client.
I would like to re-develop my docs in Confluence and adopt the platform, but my efforts thusfar make me feel like I'm reinventing the wheel. I know Confluence is popular among MSPs and IT Providers for docs - are there any blueprints or templates out there for capturing standard server/workstation/network information?