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For years, I have been fighting a battle to get our documentation off of Sharepoint and onto a Wiki. Well, last year, they finally deployed JIRA and Confluence.
The problem I am having is that Confluence is slow. Like, slow enough that no one wants to use it. I have read in other threads that Confluence and JIRA are memory hogs and you just need to throw a lot of RAM at it. Is this accurate, or is the product just slow because it's slow? Is it possible to get MedaiWiki-like performance out of Confluence?