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Confluence server install using puppet and centos 7
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This container contains the confluence server installation based on Linux Centos 7 & puppet.

Supported tags

  • : latest

For previous versions or newest releases see other branches.


Dockerfiles to build Confluence


  • Version: - Latest: Upgrade to 6.2.1
  • Version: - First version


Pull the image from docker hub.

docker pull ffquintella/docker-confluence

Alternately you can build the image locally.

git clone
cd docker-confluence

Quick Start

Just create a volume or share a host directory for /opt/confluence-home and (optionaly) for the configuration dir
confluence uses.

You can also use the pre_run_cmd variable to determine commands to be pre-runned


Data Store

This image doesn't use data volumes by default but you should configure /opt/jira-home to point to a data volume or to point to a folder in the local disk


No special users


Next ports are exposed

  • 8080/tcp - default port


We use puppet as the default entry point to manage the environment

Confluence is launched in background. Which means that is possible to restart confluence without restarting the container.


It is recommended to specify hostname for this image, so if you will recreate confluence instance you will keep the same hostname.

SSL certs

The image is configured to use /etc/pki/tls/certs as the base ssl cert configuration. Java will use /etc/pki/tls/certs/java/cacerts as it's keychain.

If you want to add more certs to it ou can mount this file.

Basic configuration using Environment Variables

Some basic configurations are allowed to configure the system and make it easier to change at docker command line

Upgrade from previous version

Basically stop your running container;

Docker pull latest version

Start a new instance with the new image (backup your data dir)


My thanks to the following

  • Atlassian for the great KM tool
  • Every one who worked building docker
  • Github for the dvcs support
  • Puppet guys for the great tool
  • The guys at Voxpupuli for the great puppet module witch made this image so easier to create
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