Platform.sh

Paris, France
2010
  |  By Haylee Millar
It was great to be back at DrupalCon Portland 2024, drawing together a diverse mix of Drupal enthusiasts, developers, and industry leaders under one roof. The buzz of new conversations and reuniting friends in the convention halls excites me every year. I returned to Portland for the third year and immediately reminisced on the conference that started it all, DrupalCon Portland 2022. I was back in the place that started my love for the Drupal community!
  |  By Thomas di Luccio
Jonny Harris is a WordPress core contributor and committer based in the UK and a member of the WordPress Performance Initiative. This group teams up with Google and Blackfire to optimize the performance of the PHP framework that powers an estimated 43% of the world’s applications. Jonny has been coding with WordPress since 2006 when, at the age of 16, he wanted to start blogging. He gave WordPress a try as it was then and still is today, the leading open-source blogging framework.
  |  By Paul Gilzow
In parts one and two of this series, we covered how to limit deployments to Platform.sh when a tag is pushed or created. Focusing first on using GitHub and the GitHub Actions platform, and then progressing onto Gitlab and pipelines to accomplish this goal. But in the spirit of being a polyglot PaaS, let’s look at how we can accomplish the same goal—limiting deployment to Platform.sh only when adding a git tag—using Bitbucket and their CI/CD system.
  |  By Platform.sh
Founded in 2015 and a leading Platform-as-a-Service player, Platform.sh has more than 7,000 customers and is used by more than 17,000 active developers worldwide. Upsun, its new PaaS offering, provides automated DevOps tools and managed cloud services to empower startups and scaleups to build, deploy, and scale their applications and data backends with simplicity and flexibility. Based on proven foundations, Upsun combines security, compliance, and reliability to support startups and scaleups as they consolidate and expand.
  |  By Paul Gilzow
In part one of this series, we covered how you could limit deployments to Platform.sh only when a tag is pushed/created, focusing primarily on using GitHub and the GitHub Actions platform to accomplish this goal. But we’re a polyglot PaaS and strive to be agnostic in our users’ source code management terms of the service. With that in mind, let’s look at how we can accomplish the same goal using GitLab and your CI/CD system. Just like last time, there are some assumptions to consider.
  |  By Paul Gilzow
I had the pleasure of returning to DrupalCamp FL (DCFL) again this year and even now in its sixteenth year, DCFL 2024 was as lively and energetic as ever. Approximately 130 people descended upon Florida Technical College to share their experiences and knowledge surrounding Drupal and I’m here to share the highlights!
  |  By Paul Gilzow
Throughout the years, many users have asked us if it’s possible to only deploy to Platform.sh when a tag is pushed using a source code integration. The answer is: with our current source integrations, it's not—but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Platform.sh is based on Git and because of this, acts as a remote for your code repository.
  |  By Patrick Boest
Managing web applications from the ground up can be a daunting task. One application alone can quickly grow in complexity, let alone the multiple applications that are often required by different business units and stakeholders growing simultaneously. Add the ever-changing landscape of trendy frameworks and runtimes, and you quickly find yourself with an unmanageable mess of different technologies. Standardizing your application stack can help reduce the clutter.
  |  By Stefanos Thampis
As individuals become increasingly conscious of their personal data and how it is used, compliance with data protection regulations is a top priority for organizations worldwide. However, a challenge arose with cross-border transfers of personal data between the EU and the US following the Schrems II ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union, leading to the creation of a new privacy framework.
  |  By Mathieu Strauch
The new Platform.sh Swiss public region empowers organizations to meet sustainability, data localization, and compliance requirements in the Zurich Google Cloud region. Our new public region has been launched in response to increasing demand from Swiss businesses—and those with an international footprint doing business in Switzerland—that need to ensure their data is held locally.
  |  By Platform.sh
Discover the ways digital companies are leading the charge in creating a progressive future. Dive into how tech companies can be pioneers not just through innovative tools, but also by making a positive ecological, social, and economic impact. Join our speakers on a journey in discussing business sustainability in 2024. Speakers: Leah Goldfarb, Environmental Impact Officer at Platform.sh Gerhard Andrey, Co-Founder of Liip and National Councillor for the Swiss Green Party.
  |  By Platform.sh
Scaling New Frontiers with Pimcore PaaS: A Webinar for the Future-Ready Enterprise Embark on a transformative journey into the future of digital infrastructure with Pimcore's Platform as a Service (PaaS). Join us for an exclusive webinar that promises to redefine the way you think about building, running, and scaling your websites and applications.
  |  By Platform.sh
A new era of observability: introducing Blackfire Continuous Profiler for PHP, Python, Node.js, and Go. Blackfire continuous profiler available to all Production plan customers. After extensive development and refinement, we are proud and excited to announce the immediate availability of our Continuous Profiler for all Production plan customers. This highly anticipated feature is now ready to elevate your application performance monitoring and troubleshooting experience.
  |  By Platform.sh
Deliver your applications faster, at scale. Built for developers, by developers. The efficient, reliable, and secure Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that gives development teams control and peace of mind while accelerating the time it takes to build and deploy applications.
  |  By Platform.sh
You deliver the code. We take care of the infrastructure complexities. Deliver your applications faster, at scale. Built for developers, by developers. The efficient, reliable, and secure Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that gives development teams control and peace of mind while accelerating the time it takes to build and deploy applications.
  |  By Platform.sh
Platform.sh, a PaaS with flexible, automated infrastructure provisioning and Git-based process optimizes development-to-production workflows. The choice is yours with our multicloud, multistack PaaS supporting more than 100 frameworks, 14 programming languages, and a variety of services to build, iterate, and deploy your way.
  |  By Platform.sh
Maximizing efficiency: strategies for web application optimization Dive into the world of application optimization and visibility.
  |  By Platform.sh
Experiment easily Deploy instantly Optimize effortlessly Choose a developer-focused PaaS Choose Upsun.
  |  By Platform.sh
Too many website and web applications to maintain? Bring all your applications under one platform with the Platform.sh PaaS. Any framework or language and any cloud - Bring your code and we'll take care of the rest.
  |  By Platform.sh
We all know we should be doing more automation of our software development lifecycle, but getting started can be challenging. Even if you have experience in continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) automation, learning a specific platform’s terminology and idiosyncrasies can be frustrating.
  |  By Platform.sh
Welcome to Platform.sh! Start improving your workflow and process with our simple but comprehensive training guide.
  |  By Platform.sh
Dive into the details on how marketing teams shape IT strategies in order to gain customers and win their loyalty.
  |  By Platform.sh
Equip your agency to navigate through obstacles and to take full advantage of opportunities.
  |  By Platform.sh
Explore how Platform.sh uses container orchestration technology to make it easier for you to build and manage your websites.
  |  By Platform.sh
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