I am attempting to sketch out a layout for a I.T. Infrstructure documentation Wiki using Confluence.
This can be done with a single Space, which has a hierarchy of Pages representing the large segments of the Infrastructure, whose children pages will make up the actual documentation.
The other way seems to be that, instead of a single Space, I construct a Space for each large segment.
Has anybody else come across a similar consideration? What would be the benefits and drawbacks of each approach?
Personally I'd do basically the same, create a specific space for this purpose. Actually you have many ways to achieve this and you're free to chose the best strategy.
I believe these documentations might provide some insight in how to manage your spaces:
Feel free to ask!
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