We are upgrading our Confluence to the Confluence Data Center license and was wondering if someone could help us on how to run it on GCP.
I have tried out running Confluence DC on AWS and have it up and running with minimum effort. Amazon and Atlassian have detailed documentation on this and I can see a lot of discussions on this in the community which really helped in troubleshooting some minor issues. This is the documentation I followed Confluence on AWS
Is there a similar kind of documentation I can follow for setting up Confluence DC on GCP? Or do we just have to manually set all the cluster/ synchrony nodes, database instance, load balancer etc?
Right now, it is manual for GCP.
Also note, for node discovery, you will need to use tcp/ip, rather than multicast (as i don't believe multicast works in GCP). See https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-to-configure-a-cluster-without-multicast-traffic-104300764.html for documentation on how to configure tcp/ip node discovery.
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