by Kaustubh Srikanth (@houndbee) on Friday, 27 April 2012
- Configuration Management
- Session type
- Technical level
Build a workflow where your Drupal development team can just commit their code to GIT and automatically deploy changes across development, testing and live environments.
This talk will familiarise you with the process of pushing your Drupal site's configuration that's typically stored in a database to code using Features  and then taking a change from a local dev environment to test, stage, and live, all by Jenkins CI  discovering changes to a GIT repository and rolling out instructions to each environment to generate a new build.
We use Drush make  and Aegir  to manage and host different platform builds and Fabric to issue commands on remote servers with SSH.
Kaustubh Srikanth is a technologist based in Bangalore, India. Nowadays, he spends a lot of time managing other people's Drupal code across different environments and servers.