WF Tools FTW @ Pfizer

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For years people have complained about Drupal's lack of dev-stage-prod
workflow. Most of the solutions either solve the the content part of the
problem or handle deploying code. Now people have no reason to complain.

Application monitoring for your website

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This session provides a detailed look at the Monitoring project: https://drupal.org/project/monitoring

About the Monitoring project

Manage and Deploy your Sites with Drush

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Drush is not only awesome for managing your local Drupal site, with site aliases you can manage Drupal sites on remote servers without logging in via SSH!

With Drush Deploy you even can deploy sites on multiple servers fully automated with one tool we all aready know: Drush, no other additional library like Capistrano needed!

In this Session we will present how to setup Drush to work with remote sites, what is possible and what we use in our daily business.

SiteEffect.io - Fully automated zero-cost regression testing

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SiteEffect is an attempt to build a full blown regression testing framework. It enables you to easily detect and understand layout, style and content changes caused by code/contrib/config updates.

Modernizing Drupal's Testbot

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On October 18th, 2007, Chad Phillips (hummonk) made an initial commit to the ‘Project Issue File Test’ module, with the description “initial commit of an integrated file testing platform for project issue module”. This kicked off the pursuit of automated testing integration between drupal.org and qa.d.o (then referred to as testing.drupal.org). In 2009, Jimmy Berry (boombatower) performed a significant overhaul and redesign of the system with the release of PIFT/PIFR 2.0, introducing a number of structural and architectural changes and improvements.