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Cloud Automation Best Practices Using API, Drush, Command-Line and Scripting [September 13, 2013]

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With Acquia Cloud, you can manage and deploy your code using either the UI or the cloud API and the command line. In our previous webinars, we have demonstrated how to manage code, files and databases, enable SSH keys and deploy code using the Acquia Cloud Workflow Page (GUI).

This webinar will demonstrate how to use all the capabilities of Acquia Cloud using API, Drush commands and scripting. We will explore and demonstrate how Cloud Hooks, an integrated feature of Cloud API, automates tasks during migration between environments. This feature executes database updates, scrubs and testing suites for the user anytime a triggering action occurs. Learn how to from Barry Jaspan and Sahana Anantha Murthy.

In this webinar you’ll learn about:

• Managing your site's databases, backups, domain names, SSH keys with Cloud API and Drush
• Deploying code, databases, and files across development, testing, and production with Cloud API and Drush
• Automating tasks with Cloud Hooks including running tests, sanitizing databases & interacting with external systems

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

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