I was wondering if there is a way to setup Confluence Cloud under a subdomain or domain difference from the one provided.
Can you please help me on how to setup this?
Not without a lot of effort in rewriting urls and proxies, or even just writing a new front-end for it and passing data over REST instead.
The recommendation at the moment is very simple - use the atlassian.net domain you chose, or migrate to Server and run the system yourself on your chosen urls.
One option might be to use the Instant Websites add-on for Confluence Cloud:
Using this, you could push your Confluence as a static website to AWS, which you could then access from your own custom domain. I'm not sure, but it must be possible somehow even to have a link back to the original page somewhere, whereby others could still update the pages and leave comments/collaborate, if necessary. Not sure if it will work for your use case, but you might want to give it a try.
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