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Deploying Drupal on AWS: Don’t Go it Alone!

After more than a year where in-person interactions took a back seat to online interactions, users’ expectations for digital experiences are higher than ever. In fact, more than half of U.S. consumers (65%) now prefer their brand experiences to be online. To keep pace with more digital-first consumers, a growing number of organizations are turning to cloud services.

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How Jira Solutions Can Help Teams Facilitate Scrum or Kanban Frameworks

When it comes to implementing agile methodologies, software or product development teams most commonly choose one of two frameworks: Scrum or Kanban. Scrum is far and away the most-used approach for implementing agile according to the 2020 State of Agile Report: about three-quarters of respondents surveyed said they use Scrum or a hybrid of Scrum and another method (like Kanban). 

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Public Sector Drupal Sites Benefit from AWS Cloud But Still Have to Keep Compliance Top of Mind

As the shift to online services pervades in the wake of the pandemic, cloud adoption in the public sector continues to accelerate. To keep pace with the demand for digital operations, more government agencies are looking to hyperscale clouds like Amazon Web Services to meet a growing array of cloud needs. One such need is improving website infrastructure to deliver improved digital experiences using a combination of Drupal and cloud. 

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CI/CD Beyond Jenkins

You're a DevOps wolf. Big. Bad. And on the prowl for a new CI/CD solution to keep your pack howling along, shipping code faster than a caribou on Planet Earth. Continuous integration and continuous delivery are more than a set of tools; they're concepts at the core of what you want for your team of miscreant lupine programmers. "Continuous integration" means that you're able to seamlessly merge in new changes to your codebases. It's enabled by automating builds and tests, allowing you to more frequently and consistently ship code.

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How to Build Collaboration-Conducive Workflows With Atlassian’s Confluence

During the COVID-19 pandemic, employees were worried most about their ability to collaborate effectively— in one study, 75% cited their inability to collaborate as a top concern associated with working from home. 

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What Government Websites Need From Their WordPress Hosting Provider

In the wake of the pandemic, websites have become the foundation of how the government engages with the residents it serves. From important tax information to healthcare, financial assistance, identification and more—the functionality and security of government websites are of the utmost importance to local, state and federal agencies. 

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For Drupal Security Updates, A Third-Party Provider Can Help Keep Sites Safe and Free Up Time for IT Teams

Drupal is one of the most popular and trusted content management systems out there. This robust, open source platform powers some of the largest and most sensitive websites in the world, thanks to its customizable and secure offering—which is constantly being improved upon by its active community. 

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How Drupal 9 Enables Smoother, More Efficient Drupal Migrations

Historically, migrating to a new version of Drupal has been a complicated process. In fact,  complex migrations were the norm for Drupal users until the release of Drupal 8, which moved Drupal core to a continuous innovation model. Under this new model, users now receive minor updates in their system’s functionality more frequently than major ones every six months.