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Tuesday 27 June 2017 7:18:35 pm - 3 replies

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Introduction

As you might have heard, the eZ Platform Cloud was announced at the eZ Conference in London a few weeks ago. We at Contextual Code played with it  a bit and it is very easy to install an eZ Platform site, but things are a little different for eZ Publish Legacy. This blog post will show some of the most important steps in running a eZ Publish Legacy installation on eZ Platform Cloud.

Please checkout the full post at our blog.

Tuesday 27 June 2017 7:46:31 pm

Great blog Serhey, thanks for sharing this with our community. Great to see you have already tried the cloud and Platform.sh. eZ Platform Cloud will come with eZ Platform packaged by the way.

Modified on Tuesday 27 June 2017 7:56:26 pm by Robin Muilwijk

Tuesday 27 June 2017 8:07:11 pm

Same here, great block post, very useful!

Small comment to rebound on Robin's one: you didn't run eZ Publish on eZPlatform Cloud, you ran eZ Publish on Platform.sh.

eZ Platform Cloud is also based on platform.sh, so it's very similar indeed but eZ Platform Cloud doesn't designate the PaaS service in itself.

eZ Platform Cloud will also support deployment to Enterprise level of Platform.sh, any chance you tried it with eZ Publish?

Cheers,

Roland

Ps: I didn't comment on your blog itself because the only way I figured to comment was to use facebook, which I do not.

Wednesday 28 June 2017 10:48:07 am

Quote from Roland Benedetti :

Same here, great block post, very useful!

Small comment to rebound on Robin's one: you didn't run eZ Publish on eZPlatform Cloud, you ran eZ Publish on Platform.sh.

eZ Platform Cloud is also based on platform.sh, so it's very similar indeed but eZ Platform Cloud doesn't designate the PaaS service in itself.

eZ Platform Cloud will also support deployment to Enterprise level of Platform.sh, any chance you tried it with eZ Publish?

Cheers,

Roland

Ps: I didn't comment on your blog itself because the only way I figured to comment was to use facebook, which I do not.

Roland, thanks for your feedback!

Sorry, we thought eZ Cloud is some custom set of eZ Installation configurations on platform.sh. Seems like we misunderstood it. And we had no chance to try it in action yet. We are going to make a slight edits in this blog post to avoid any further confusion.

PS: implementing non facebook comments on our blog sounds like a perfect internal project. Thank you one more time!

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