Welcome to the last article of this series, which will take you through a set of Kubernetes objects that define the infrastructure of the sample Drupal site that we have been using. The previous article covered the GitHub Actions workflow that orchestrated the Docker image build, push, and deployment to a Kubernetes cluster. This article will demonstrate the Kubernetes setup.
Ok, the problem is clear: Your composer based Drupal site put code base to the /web folder You are using a shared hosting which maps your primary domain to /public_html, and you can’t change that Now your users will have to browse your site as http://example.com/web . And it is not cool. So how to […]
National Rural Health Resource Center brandt Mon, 04/29/2019 – 17:13 How we helped NRHRC conduct user testing to validate an audience-centric navigation. ruralcenter.org User Testing to Validate an Audience-Centric Navigation On The National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining and improving health care in rural communities by providing […]
Technical Debt and CMS maintenance John Locke Mon, 04/06/2020 – 18:04 As we onboard a slew of new clients due to our joining forces with FuseIQ, I wanted to take a moment to explain our stance on maintenance, particularly around applying non-security updates for Drupal and WordPress. Read more about Technical Debt and CMS maintenance […]