The Ultimate Guide to Sitefinity Environment Configurations
Sitefinity Environment Configurations
Do you want to move your project in development to a continuous environment, but don't know how? Or do you want tips for your Sitefinity system requirements? Or perhaps, do you simply want to learn more about how different environments work? Because if any of these sounds like you, we've got the answer you need - the Sitefinity CMS.
At the end of the day, the Sitefinity CMS is incredibly easy to work with. And not only is it user friendly, but it also gets phenomenal results every single time. And its various environments are the definition of efficiency.
In this article, we'll do a couple of things. Starting with the basics of what a multi environments setup is, we'll work through setting up a continuous environment and end with tips to make the most of your Sitefinity CMS.
Any Sitefinity Developer can use SiteSync to push their content in various environments. In most instances, this refers to having more than two settings, for example, Content Authoring, Staging, and Production. Here, some of these environments act as both as source and destination.
To use such a setup, you need to configure SiteSync on your environments. Follow the following specifications:
- Environments acting as source and destination need to:
- enable the setting option 'Allow content from other sites to be published to this site.'
- have the address for the destination environment.
- Environments that aren't solely acting as a source need to have a unique Site key. Also, this key must be incremental for each destination.