Web site: www.atlassian.com/software/confluence
Platform: Linux, Windows, Android, iOS
Interface: Web interface
First release: March 25, 2004
Confluence – an online corporate wiki (collaboration software) developed by the Australian company Atlassian. Atlassian created Confluence in the Java programming language and published it for the first time in 2004. Confluence Standalone comes with an embedded Tomcat web server and hsql database, and supports other databases.
The company sells Confluence as enterprise software, licensed as local software or software as a service running on the AWS platform.
– Up to 2GB file storage – Securely store your files on our cloud.
– Up to 10 users – Empower your team to share knowledge and collaborate quickly.
– Unlimited spaces and pages – Create and organize as much content as your team needs.
– Apps and integrations – Third-party apps integrate seamlessly with Confluence.
– Macros – Add interactivity to Confluence pages with extra functionality or dynamic content.
– Structured page tree – Organize content with a page tree that makes finding work quick and easy.
– Best practice templates – Find templates from product requirement documents to marketing plans so you can jump in.
– Page versioning – Track and view the history of changes to each page, compare versions, and revert changes.