Automating Content Staging with Content Sync

Empower clients to easily stage and deploy content

James Rutherford

Director, Partnerships

Thiemo Müller

CEO Content Sync - Edge Box

About this webinar:

Staging, previewing, and deploying content between numerous Drupal sites and to live instances is painful for developers, authors, site builders, and the entire web operations team. If you manage a lot of content, it just gets worse. It's fragile, manual "Copy&Paste" work that is time consuming, a poor authoring experience, and often introduces unnecessary risk.

Find out how Content Sync has automated content staging and promotion, saving you time and accelerating review cycles. 

Top agencies know that staging content for clients — and clients staging content for their internal stakeholders — is a best practice. Done well, content staging accelerates content reviews and reduces the need for multiple review cycles by allowing clients and their stakeholders to see what a web page will look like once it’s live.

But agencies and client organizations have been hesitant to implement content staging because it can be time consuming and often requires content re-entry. This makes it prone to human error and can result in additional rounds of QA prior to publication.

That’s where Pantheon’s technology partner, Content Sync comes in. CEO Thiemo Müller and the team at Edge Box have developed an automated solution that seamlessly promotes content from a staging environment to the live environment and other test environments. They have eliminated all of the barriers to this best practice workflow, which means you get all the benefits without any of the pain.

All Attending agencies will be eligible for a Content Sync discount.

What you’ll learn:

  • How content staging can accelerate development
  • How agencies and their clients can make content reviews faster and more effective
  • How to test code updates and content updates in a single process
  • How Content Sync eliminates the need for content re-entry and reduces risk from content deployment