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Integration between Confluence Cloud and Confluence Server

Javanshir Mustafayev March 14, 2024

Is it possible to integrate Confluence Cloud into Confluence Server to have the following scheme working:

- My company using Confluence Cloud writes articles

- The articles automatically sync to partners' Confluence Server

- My company's original language is Spanish, and the partner is English, is it possible to have on Confluence Cloud several languages for the same article?

- What would be the integration IP scope as the Confluence Server is heavily guarded in terms of security?

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Kristian Klima
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March 14, 2024

Hi @Javanshir Mustafayev 

If you only want your partner's staff to view the content, you can use Scroll Viewport by K15t

Here's how it would work.

Viewport, being an an Atlassian Marketplace app, creates a static website for you from any space on your Confluence. You don't have to make the space public so you can stay on your Free Confluence. When you update your Confluence content, you just update the Viewport site.

Assuming that your partner doesn't want the site to be public, you can set up the Viewport with your Partner's SSO so they would control who can access that content.

The app costs about $20 a month and you can create multiple sites with multiple SSO (and domains) if you have multiple business partners.

Disclaimer: I don't work for K15t, I'm only using their products.

Javanshir Mustafayev March 15, 2024

unfortunately, this isn't a solution for my case.

I would like to see if there is a native internal sync possibility or no. If no - then it is fine, copy/paste still works fine.

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