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Friday, July 20, 2018

Installing and Configuring Atlassian Confluence With MySQL in Docker Containers

Atlassian Confluence is already available as a Docker Image from the Docker Hub, but you still need to provide a database instance for a production setup. Let's build a docker-compose file to create a container from this image together with a container running MySQL. First, per the docs on the Docker Hub page, create an external folder /data/confluence that will get mounted as a volume by the Container.


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