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  • 1. CMS SEARCH | Web Tech Talk January 22, 2010
  • 2. SERVER ADMINISTRATION (global database and file backups) UITS SYSTEM ( SOFTWARE ) ADMINISTRATION (patch/upgrades and local backups) IUSM Public & Media Relations SITE ADMINISTRATION Departments and Entities
  • 3. System Administration
    • PMR responsible for nightly backups
    • Development | Test | Production
    • Production and Test not accessible by site administrators
    • For security, IU Webserve does not allow world writable folders
  • 4.  
  • 5. Concrete5
    • All sites share common core
      • More efficiently apply patches and upgrades
    • Non-destructive modification of core files per site
    • Site Administrators can manage subsites within Architecture view
    • Core exists outside of the www directory
  • 6.  
  • 7. Joomla!
    • Sites contain separate cores
      • Not dependent on one core but more difficult to manage
    • Core files should not be modified
    • Site Administrators may manage subsites under single installation
  • 8.  
  • 9. Drupal
    • All sites share common core
      • More efficiently apply patches and upgrades
    • Custom theme and modules per site
    • Core files should not be modified
    • Site Administrators cannot manage subsites with domains under one folder
  • 10. Development
    • Developers may be given access to development environment
    • Development Test Production
    • Developers should not modify core files in dev environment
    • Only Concrete5 allows non-destructive core modification
  • 11. Site Administration
    • Site Administrators do not have direct access to production server
    • File management is handled by the CMS
    • Concrete5 and Joomla! allows custom CSS from site dashboard.
    • Though CAS Authentication possible, users and groups are managed by the CMS
    • Only Concrete5 has ‘save as draft’ ability out-of-box