Thank you for contacting us about this. Confluence Data Center is not officially supported on Docker, thus the lack of official data center image. You would need to build your own from the Data Center installation.
Another thing you need to consider is there can be conflicts when running multiple nodes on a single server, so if you weren't going to have a separate Docker image for each node. They're all listening on the same port so this can cause issues. Have a look at Starting a Confluence Cluster on a Single Machine for details on how to get around that.
Let us know if you have any questions.
We are running successfully Confluence Data Center inside Docker on different nodes.
At the moment we have a separate docker-compose.yml for every node and start them individually.
I'm about to change that into one compose file for the use in Docker-Swarm.
I suggest you to build your own image with needed config from https://hub.docker.com/r/atlassian/confluence-server/
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