We have 50 users licence for wiki on wiki.domain.eu, but can we use same licence for example wiki.domain.local for test stuff ? (like testing configuration with LDAP and more) or we need to buy one more licence ?
Confluence has a built in developer license.
Developer licenses are available to existing commercial, academic, and select Starter license holders (not available for cloud products) who wish to deploy non-production installations for use in testing and development of the Atlassian software (e.g. version upgrades, customizations to the software, etc) that should not be done on a live production instance.
Developer licenses can also be used for non-production installations of the software deployed on a cold stand-by server.
This license is provided free of charge and the maintenance expiration of this license will be synchronized to the maintenance expiration date of your product.
The technical contact for the license can generate a developer key by following these steps:
You may generate more than one license key if running multiple pre-production, e.g. development, testing, and QA, servers.
Please note: JIRA, Confluence, Stash and some marketplace add-on $10 Starter Licenses do include access to Developer Licenses. If you see the option to "View Developer License" in the license details panel you have access to a key. All other Starter License holders can use our evaluation license to test upgrades or purchase a second Starter License.
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