Update to WordPress 5.3 is available to apply as a 1-click update on Pantheon site dashboards. For more information, see https://wordpress.org/support/wordpress-version/version-5-3/
Learn how to set up Opensolr as a Solr search provider on Pantheon sites.
Improved auto-update system with support for stable and beta channels, as well as changelog display, plus other fixes. For more information, visit https://pantheon.io/localdev.
Update to WordPress 5.2.4. For more information, see https://wordpress.org/news/2019/10/wordpress-5-2-4-security-release/.
Learn how to set up Visual Studio Code to push your local development to Pantheon with Git or SFTP.
This release also includes several options to control HSTS and the ability to choose a primary domain. For details see the blog announcement, Pantheon YAML documentation and our updated Launch Essentials guide.
Update to WordPress 5.2.3. For more information, see https://wordpress.org/news/2019/09/wordpress-5-2-3-security-and-maintenance-release/.
Learn how to use Lando for local WordPress development.
Drupal 8.7.6 is available to apply as a 1-click update on Pantheon site dashboards.
Drupal 8.7.5 is available to apply as a 1-click update on Pantheon site dashboards.
The New Relic agent has been upgraded Platform-wide. For more info see New Relic PHP Agent 22.214.171.124 release notes.
Now when you create a new site on Pantheon, you can select from one of four regions across the globe, including Australia, Canada, and the European Union. For more info see Pantheon Site Regions and Data Residency.
Pantheon now recommends A/AAAA records instead of CNAME records. This change is to reduce complexity, confusion, and address a few edge cases introduced with CNAMEs. For example, the use of an MX or TXT record prevents the use of a CNAME. If you are already using a CNAME you can continue to do so or you can update to A/AAAA records as shown on the dashboard.
An issue was fixed that improved the consistency of hourly cron runs.
WordPress 5.2.2 is available to apply as 1-click updates on Pantheon site dashboards. For more information, see https://wordpress.org/news/2019/06/wordpress-5-2-2-maintenance-release/.