Redakt makes deployment a breeze
No complicated file copying, scripting, or database management, simply employ industry-standard DevOps deployment processes.
When you have a DTAP (Development, Testing, Acceptance and Production) environment, keeping your CMS configuration up-to-date can be a problem.
Traditionally, changes to content model definitions will have to be repeated for all environments. This is repetitive, labor-intensive and easy to get wrong. It's also time-consuming for everyone to coordinate the exact moment of deployment, to cause as little disruption as possible.
Sounds like a lot?
Redakt addresses this issue with its hassle-free application deployment abilities.
Don't worry. With Redakt, all content model (re)configuration is done in code, so whenever you deploy your website to another environment, the configuration is deployed with it, eliminating any chance of errors. Content models can even be deployed in a sharedlibrary, allowing for re-use between projects.
For the back office application, all required assets (images, styling, etc.) are embedded in the Redakt asset libraries. No copying is necessary during deployment, which removes missing asset errors and ensures that all CMS-related assets are always up-to-date.
Use any build server
As a regular .NET Core application, Redakt does not have any special deployment requirements.
A Redakt application can be deployed through any build server that supports deployment of .NET Core applications, such as Azure DevOps, Atlassian Bamboo or JetBrains TeamCity.
Redakt applications can also be deployed through container orchestration. Due to our cross-platform support, application containerization is supported out-of-the-box.
With Redakt, you can use container solutions that support .NET Core (like Docker) and move applications from host to host (Microsoft Azure, Amazon ECS, Google Cloud, Docker Hub, Digital Ocean) using container orchestration tools (like Kubernetes and Docker Swarm).
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