Before you get started you'll need to set up your local environment
WebOps support and documentation
The articles below describe the most important workflows on WebOps. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The general idea behind the git workflow is to pull changes, do all your work locally in a feature branch, then push your branch, test and deploy.
With WebOps it's easy to spin up a full preview site for each branch you push. This makes it easier for you to test your work and deliver new code with confidence.
Deployments are a breeze with WebOps. Just click the big 'deploy' button next to the branch of your choice.
Rollbacks are like a deployment 'undo'. A rollback can be a quick and easy way to fix any problems with your most recent deployment.
The Synchronizations page is used to migrate the database and files from one environment to another. This is useful in when you have content or assets on UAT and wish to move them all to Production, or when you wish to refresh UAT with the current Production database or files.
The Backups page is used to manage your site’s backups. A site backups can contain just the database or the database and the files. WebOps will automatically take and store backups on your behalf, but you are also able to schedule backups manually.
A site's status provides overview of the current health of your website and it’s resource usage, as it relates to your WebOps Package subscription. There are many places throughout the WebOps application where you can see the status of a site.