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24.03.2020
Posted by Gábor Hojtsy
If you’re currently on Drupal 8, you can expect a similar experience with Drupal 9 when it is released later this year in June. As Dries has said, “The big deal about Drupal 9 is...that it shouldn’t be a big deal.”  Drupal 9 will ship with all of the features of Drupal 8 that the community has been updating and adding to since 2015. There will be a few changes, primarily with system requirements and third-party dependencies, in order to ensure platform security:…
21.02.2020
Posted by DC Denison
When Drupal and Acquia news starts piling up, it's time for a Scan. Starting this week with... Drupal 9, which you may recall is scheduled to drop on June 3rd, 2020. In a recent What's New post on drupal.org, we are all reminded that "many contributed or even custom modules only need a one-line change to be ready for Drupal 9." Another reminder: there are community created tools to check the status of your modules: the upgrade status module, or the Drupal Check …
07.02.2020
Posted by DC Denison
MJ Johnson, Acquia's Senior Director of Product Marketing, has just published a blog post that captures all the product developments that took place in Q4, 2019. Click here to read his entire post.  Here are the highlights:  New Relic Pro, the leading application performance management solution, is now available to all Acquia Cloud customers. SumoLogic has partnered with Acquia to deliver custom dashboards that allow developers and IT operators to utilize custom…
07.02.2020
Posted by Aurelien Navarre
Drupal 9 is scheduled to be released on June 3, 2020. What this means to you has been extensively covered in the Driesnote at DrupalCon Amsterdam 2019. Now, how do you go about actually getting the job done and removing deprecated APIs from contributed modules you’re using? There are several tips I’d like to share here. Nothing breathtaking, but rather a systematic approach to ensuring you’ll stay on top of things so your apps are ready on the day of the Drupal 9…