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How to install confluence onto an air-gapped system?

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James I'm New Here Aug 23, 2022

Hi, with the end of support for "server", what is the method to install confluence onto an "air-gap" system. I.e. one that is not connected to the internet, and thus not AWS or AZURE.

Maybe a private set of VMWARE servers, or openshift or kubernetes?

Its a common requirement with many government systems.

 

 

 

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Yevhen Atlassian Team Aug 23, 2022

@James Dutton In case of an on prem OpenShift or Kube cluster you just need to make sure that the images used in DC Helm charts are available either from DockerHub or you pull, tag and push them to a private registry of choice. Other than that there should be no issues with the installation as such in air gapped envs.

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Robert Wen Community Leader Aug 23, 2022

hello @James Dutton ! Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

What you would do is install Confluence from a zip file that you "sneaker net" into your isolated system.

After installation, you'd need to apply a DATA CENTER license so it would work.

Here's an installation guide that may help: 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-installation-guide-135681.html

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