A successful day can be interrupted uncomfortably by recently released updates. Some of us process updates immediately, others wait for their client’s or manager’s feedback and some teams schedule them regularly on a specific day. So, when it comes to update automation with Drop Guard, our users should be able to apply their current schedule workflow as well.
To cover these individual schedule needs, we provide the “Time schedule of actions” feature on the “Events” tab of your project’s config setting site.
Within this post, you will learn how to benefit from this feature.
What modules do I use? How often are they used in my project? In which projects? Which version exists? Is it the same version as on drupal.org? Might a specific module be a threat for my project(s)?
These and many more questions will be answered within one click on our “Modules overview page” on the left in the menu bar. Check out this short post to learn more about our new feature!
Among other reasons, this feature was requested by our users as they also want to track whether a module is quite relevant for a project or less critical within an update process.
Hello everybody! You might've experienced some changes of the project settings interface already - here’s the broad summary of what makes Drop Guard more efficient and more powerful now: composer package manager mode, speeding up the setup of update type behaviors (with a short mode option) and live site monitoring.
We, at Drop Guard, never stop thinking what else can we do to help Drupalistas around the world to get aboard of the continuous update process ship (as we call it) as soon as possible. More and more threats are being discovered every day, and it's absolutely imperative to stay alerted all around the clock either with help of automation platforms like Drop Guard or doing things your own way.
Today, we’re excited to introduce you to a number of new features, improvements and fixes for Drop Guard - the first update in the series of releases planned for 2016. It includes many enhancements designed to improve user experience when creating projects in Drop Guard, support for the "Unsupported updates", and even smarter automated patching workflow. Read below to learn about the major improvements and don't forget to check your Drop Guard account to check it by yourself. Let's dive right in!