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We're working on a project to bring some organization to the chaos that is our confluence instance right now. We're focused on the IT department and have an idea to have just 4 spaces: Projects, Teams, Products, and Vendors. This would mean that the projects and teams spaces are likely going to get pretty massive. I'm concerned that this might create issues with the database and/or the ability to find stuff.
Alternatively, we are considering making categories for those for items (Projects, Teams, Products, and Vendors) and letting each sub-item be a space on their own. We could then have a main space called IT Dept that would have links to each of these spaces to provide a sort of home page for the whole thing. I'm concerned that this model will get out of hand and we'll have way too many spaces to manage effectively.
Do any of you have any preferences to these two models? Any tips before we get started?