Maintenance

SCROL maintenance

Maintenance allows you to anchor your website in time and ensure its proper functioning in a secure environment.

 

From the moment the site is published, the work is not finished. Indeed, Drupal is a living ecosystem with frequent updates of modules and Drupal core (for example, version 7 is in its 72nd version ...). And it's not just about pressing an Update button. When a module is updated, SCROL always checks for proper operation and good communication with the Drupal core and all other installed modules. In the event of a problem, SCROL looks for a solution (patch), delays the update and shares the problem to the developers in order to participate in the optimization of the Drupal tool. And that's not all, SCROL assists you in the event of a content management problem, helps you insert it properly into the pages, batch imports a whole new set of data, if necessary (Feeds). Finally, in the event of security updates, SCROL undertakes to update your site within 24 hours, guaranteeing you a reliable site protected from external attacks (even if a zero risk unfortunately cannot exist).

How It Works

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SCROL writes the first version of the specifications. The client corrects, comments on and amends the first version, while gathering the data to be provided. After several versions and round trips, the final specifications are signed, development can begin.

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SCROL recovers your database and harmonizes the data to make it usable by Drupal. Then, the host structure for this data is built, the pages are created, the layout is applied, the online accounts and permissions are managed, the back office is optimized and the site is internally tested.

 

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SCROL provides its customer with a first beta version, functional and as close as possible to the expected result. At this point, the customer is invited to test all functions. The client provides feedback to SCROL to comment and correct the work. SCROL includes the desired changes.

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Step Four : Publication

After several round trips between the beta versions, as in design, SCROL and the client align themselves with a final version and officially declare the publication of the site. Everyone can then access the content of the website and natural referencing can begin. The research is online.