Published: Wed, 12/11/13
- What is WFTools?
- What does the WF stand for?
- How is this different from the workflow that hosts like Pantheon and #AberdeenCloud offer?
- What’s the history of WFTools? Why does it exist?
- What is the target audience?
- What modules does WFTools contain?
- The base configuration feature for WF.
- WF Environment
- Entity module for managing the individual environments for the site. The wf_environment_generic module is a feature which contains the recommended configuration for WF Environment.
- WF Job
- Each change for the site is handled in a job which tracks the content, code and config (in code as features). wf_job_generic is a feature with a working configuration.
- WF Site
- WF Storage
- Simple persistent key/value storage system.
- WF User
- Contains the roles and basic permissions required for a functioning WF management node.
- WF Jenkins
- WF Git
- WF SSH
- There’s an installation profile for this. Do I need to start with that? Or can I add this to an existing site?
- Can I use this today?
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