Finally got Langhorn Web up and running. Over the last year I have tried to convince myself that the best way to learn about Confluence, JIRA, Bamboo and Bitbucket is read, use and experiment with the applications.
Well, I use Confluence, JIRA, Bamboo and Bitbucket at work on a daily basis and assist/consults Netic A/S customers with configuration and hosting issues regarding these applications. But I would like to have my own Confluence running, where I can share my code (some of it) and my experiences (some of them), when it comes to the Atlassian application suite.
So should I run my own Confluence at home or use one in the cloud? I decided to use my Intel NUC as the server for my Confluence setup and I must say, this tiny little machine can do the work. So Langhorn Web is running on an Intel NUC with i3 CPU, 16 GB Ram and 256 GB SSD with Ubuntu server OS installed. Work like a charm.