A screenshot of the DevShop Project Dashboard
DevShop is a "cloud hosting" system for Drupal. DevShop makes it easy to host, develop, test and update drupal sites. It provides a front-end built in Drupal (Devmaster) and a back-end built with drush, Symfony, and Ansible.
DevShop deploys your sites using git, and allows you to create unlimited environments for each site. DevShop makes it very easy to deploy any branch or tag to each environment
Code is deployed on push to your git repo automatically. Deploy any branch or tag to any environment. Data (the database and files) can be deployed between environments. Run the built-in hooks whenever code or data is deployed, or write your own.
OpenDevShop Inc is a founding member of the Aegir Cooperative. Lead DevShop developer Jon Pugh is a core Aegir maintainer.
DevShop currenly consists of four main components:
DevShop Front-End. A Drupal 7 website.
Aegir & DevShop Ansible Galaxy Roles
Using devshop is a lot like using aegir.
SSH into your server as the
aegiruser to access the back-end.
Use drush to access any of your sites. Use
drush sato see the list of available aliases.
There is now a vagrantfile for DevShop that makes for an easy way to test it out and to contribute to the development of DevShop.
It is included in this package. To use, clone this repo and vagrant up.
By default, vagrant development mode is on. This is set in
# Set development to FALSE if you wish to test a "clean" devshop install.
If vagrant development is set to TRUE, then the script
vagrant-prepare-host.shis run on the first call to
This script requires drush and git to be installed on the host, so that we can build devmaster and clone the repos locally.
The source files are cloned into the
/sourcefolder in this repo, which is mounted inside the vagrant box. Once up and running, you can edit any files in the
/sourcefolder and it will be immediately visible in the VM.
TravisCI tests on Ubuntu 14.04, therefor 14.04 is the most supported.
The install script is tested on:
- ubuntu 14.04
- centos 7.0
This means any forks of this code must be released as open source and also be licensed under the GPL.