we are currently using some open source wiki as our IT knowledge base and are evaluating confluence as a proper replacement.
I've worked with confluence at my previous company, hence I'm quite fond of this product
As of right now we will probably only need the 100 users licence as we migrate from our existing wiki to confluence but since im working for university IT (a rather small one) we will probably expand confluence usage to many more departments and even some student projects later on.
It's quite hard to justify such a massive bill (even with academic pricing) for like 2000 users (estimated for later) in the beginning, while we run the pilot within our IT department.
As far as my research goes, a 1 user licence is occupied as soon as the LDAP Query confirmes a user is eligible to log into confluence.
While the data center licensing plan is somewhat flexible with the growing user base the reoccurring costs per year will quickly outpace the one-time-payment for the server license.
My questions are:
Hello @Tim N ,
to answer your questions:
Hope that helped!
Hey there, folks! For most of us, the past six months- yes, you read that right- have been a journey. More people than ever before have pivoted to working remotely, and navigating being on-scre...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find an event
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no Community Events near you at the moment.Host an event