I am installing confluence on a single node of AWS, and I am curious if by default the instance of confluence will be behind an apache server: Trying to follow the instructions outlined here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confeval/confluence-evaluator-resources/confluence-mixing-public-facing-without-login-articles-and-internal-content?_ga=2.75504786.66127577.1537204989-774349336.1525122455
Got it. By default it won't be behind an apache server. You'll have to install apache separately forwarding traffic to Confluence's 8090 port.
This will be helpful. Proxying Atlassian server applications with Apache HTTP Server
Apache isn't required to allow anonymous access. You'll have to enable anonymous access on the site level
and also at space level.
Enabling site level doesn't enable for each space. Setting Up Public Access
Just checking if the installation and therefore database connectivity and usage went fine when installing Confluence on a single node in AWS......i will have to do the same on a linux server in AWS. So any major roadblocks you faced if you can share will be most helpful.
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