I want to create a multi instance on a linux-server,
in other words, I want to have several tenants. Every
tenant runs its own atlassian confluence instance.
Is there a possibility to create and destroy licenses
Do you have links to documentation, where I can
read more about this topic?
Oh Sorry. Maybe it did not use the correct words(I'm no native speaker).
With cancellation I mean a termination of a license with automatic renew. This may not be necessary as I every license may be registered and renewed via a scheduled license manager program.
Do you have specific documentation links, where I can examine the method you pointed out in detail?
It depends partly on how you are doing this "auto provisioning". If you're running the installers, part of the setup will need you to have some script that can log into your my.atlassian account and buy another licence. If you want to do it without the installers, you'll need a web-script that can do much the same but then apply the licence into the data.
But seriously, this is not a model you wish to persue. It's the wrong way to do whatever you think you're trying to do.
>> It's the wrong way to do whatever you think you're trying to do.
So do you have any suggestion, how to automate that license buy/register process in a clean way?
It seems that you have a clear strategy, what you would do in that situation. I'd like to hear that if you'll tell me.
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