Confluence (software)

Confluence is a web-based corporate wiki (collaboration software) developed by Australian software company Atlassian.[4] Atlassian wrote Confluence in the Java programming language and first published it in 2004. Confluence Standalone comes with a built-in Tomcat web server and hsql database, and also supports other databases.[5]

Confluence
Developer(s)Atlassian
Initial release25 March 2004; 17 years ago (2004-03-25)
Stable release
7.15[1] / 2021-11-24[±]
Written inJava
Operating system
Available inEnglish, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Czech, Finnish, French, German, Russian, Swedish, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish[3]
TypeCollaborative software
LicenseProprietary
WebsiteConfluence - Team Collaboration Software

The company markets Confluence as enterprise software, licensed as either on-premises software or software as a service running on AWS.[6][7]


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