Should you go with OpenShift or Kubernetes? Before you get stuck in an indecisive limbo, read this post to find out.
How to build a CD pipeline for your Drupal site using Ansible and Gitlab.
Learn how to deploy your Drupal site to production using Ansible
Want to run a fully dockerized Drupal setup in production? Read on.
Find out how to containerize your Drupal setup using Docker on your local environment.
Deploying a web app? Make sure you have it secured using these quick and easy steps.
In this quick tutorial, we will be walking through the idea of creating MongoDB containers along with user-supplied authentication credentials.
We shall do a deep dive of Drupal's database schema. For the purpose of simplicity, we shall deal exclusively with SQL queries and not step out of DB land unless its required. By doing this exercise, we can derive Drupal's schema from first principles. Let's start with a humble node, more specifically, an article content type which ships by default with Drupal's core. It consists of the node ID, the node type and node properties, i.e. the node title and node status. We are assuming only one bundle, the "article" bundle for now.
I had been getting by with shell scripts and SFTP to deploy Drupal sites until recently. After using Ansible for a few weeks, I realized how much I've been missing all these days. I share some of my notes on how to use Ansible to setup and deploy Drupal infrastructure in this post. Besides, this is also meant to be a full blown introduction to Ansible. A lot of tutorials don't cross the "hello world" realm and I wanted to go beyond that, hence an epic post!
There are some assumptions I'm holding about the reader and the setup, like: