Atlassian releases Confluence 2.0

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News: Atlassian releases Confluence 2.0

  1. Atlassian releases Confluence 2.0 (4 messages)

    Atlassian has released Confluence 2.0, their enterprise wiki product. This new release introduces over 200 improvements including the "round-trip WYSIWYG editor," a highly requested labelling capability, an RSS builder, and more.

    Confluence is in wide use across many enterprises, and many open source projects use it as well.

    The release notes include updates on the editor, the labelling capabilities (including personal labels for users), RSS facilities, the new dashboard capabilities (enhancing group and space management), the ability to embed Word documents and elements of Flash, charting capabilities, and enhancements to Confluence' remoting API.

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  2. Feedback on Confluence 2.0[ Go to top ]

    We just upgraded Safehaus.org site using the 2.0 version without a hitch. Kudos to Atlassian team.
  3. Clustering Support?[ Go to top ]

    There is no mention of clustering support in the release notes - - any word on when this capability will be available?
  4. Clustering Support[ Go to top ]

    Assuming it's a standard webapp like their Jira product, clustering is provided by whatever application container you deploy it to, such as WebSphere. I believe the standalone version uses Tomcat5, however.
  5. Clustering Support?[ Go to top ]

    There is no mention of clustering support in the release notes - - any word on when this capability will be available?

    The native clustering should work but beware, the application writes to the file system (attachment storage, config files, etc), so unless you have some shared file systems going on, you will not be able to cluster effectively.