I’m completely new to Trellis, Sage & Bedrock, but after watching @jlengstorf’s great tutorial on Yotube (for those that haven’t seen it: https://youtu.be/Ls30HGKru8A), I believe this is the fastest WP deployment I’ve seen in my life. So many thanks, @jlengstorf!
Still, I have a question. I have multiple websites pointing to the same Digital Ocean droplet & I’ve configured virtual hosts on Nginx, so that their root directories are pointing to /var/www//html. Is there a configuration file I have to change in order to have deploying work in this case or does Trellis/Nginx just figure it out of the box?
Thanks for your response. I have gained some more understanding into the stack. If I can bug you with a few more questions:
Is an existing server with virtual hosts then a use case where you’d use Bedrock without Trellis or no?
What would be the best way to pick up Roots best practices, any particular part of the documentation/book you can recommend?
I’m just wondering if having all my personal & client websites in one central repository (therefore on a single droplet) is the best idea or just a newbie mistake before I adapt to the new way of thinking. Or is there a way to then push to different production servers?
I would be interested in the correct config to setup say a staging server that had multiple hosts on it. that way i would only need one droplet for staging all my projects but the would be deployed to different production servers?