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Posted on by Jerad Bitner.

Sure you could add a secondary remote, but is there a way to automate it so you don't have to worry about keeping these in sync?

We currently have a Jenkins job setup that detects changes to GitHub and force pushes those into Acquia. This works really quite well, and makes so that no one has to worry about an extra step.

However, after the lifetime of a project, we're then stuck with the dilema of maintaining this for the client, which is not ideal.

So what would be ideal is if Acquia had a way to automate this right away so that any push to the GitHub repository would automatically be reflected on the Acquia environment.

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