Does Atlassian support running confluence on SSL ? I am currently using confluence version 5.5

 

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First hit on most search engines is the atlassian doc for running confluence on SSL

I would recommend putting someting in front to do SSL offloading, like Apache2, ngix or varnish (or a StingRay).

This often simplifies the SSL implementation, and makes Confluence upgrades simpler. Also, some extra caching, redirection or URL rewriting can be performed.

For Apache, You can use either mod_proxy or mod_jk... I have this Link that is quite good, its for LifeRay, but thats a Tomcat server also smile

 

http://www.knowarth.com/liferay-performance-tuning/

Yup, one of Dan's standing orders in "The (not so) Dark Art of Performance Tuning of Atlassian apps" is "never terminate SSL at Tomcat, do it in Apache/nginx/varnish etc"

Does atlassian support using SSL on confluence ?

 

 

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Davin Studer Community Champion Mar 23, 2015

Again, yes. Read the documentation.

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