Hi, I've seen a couple of posts of companies wanting to migrate from the Cloud to Server based Confluence. We've been having some discussions about the opposite approach. What is the driver for wanting to be Server based?
In addition to items above - related to Add-ons, customizations, and public data storage:
There's lots of reasons I run into
Nothing significant to add to Nic's reply but an endorsement of the add-ons aspect. While one doesn't want to 'go crazy' with add-ons because that brings its own set of issues, some of our key add-ons - the ones that probably helped make our Confluence instance acceptable to our company's business community (almost every major business department adopted Confluence in organic grassroots fashion, not one was 'told' to use it) - were server-only. A plugin that provided a custom theme that transformed Confluence into a 'business-friendly look and feel' was huge for our internal adoption. One has to look at it in a holistic fashion, taking all of these things into account, to make that 'cloud or server' decision. Good luck!
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