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Posted on by Linda Romey.

I saw the presentation in Chicago and the next week bought a subscription. We launched our first site three weeks ago and I'm very happy that I chose DevCloud--even though it meant learning how to use the command line and svn repositories. But a couple books and lots of YouTube tutorials later (along with some clarifications from Brenda on the Acquia forum page), I've got it down and have been able to confidently work on my dev server while the production site is safe from any snafus. The testing server in between gives me added security as well as letting my co-workers see how things work and practice managing the parts of the site for which they are responsible.

The UI is really user-friendly, I like the drag-and-drop workflow as well as the ease of moving to new tags and creating backups. At one point I had to roll back and it worked like a charm! Thanks for a great product!

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