Lynette Miles

Looking to expand your Drupal knowledge? Tag1’s got you covered. DrupalCon North America 2021 (DCNA) is almost here, and Tag1 is once again proud to be a Platinum Sponsor. DrupalCon is the largest gathering of Drupal users and enthusiasts in the world - and even with this year’s event being virtual, there are plenty of opportunities to meet people, learn new things, and share your experiences. In addition to the DCNA main conference track, there...

Lynette Miles

We all know that Drupal 7 end of life (EOL) is coming. If you are looking for suggestions on what to do, or you are not sure what the EOL entails, we have some advice on what you should consider when making this important decision.

Lynette Miles

If you’ve ever worked with software, or in software development, you’ve experienced the potential crisis that comes with an End of Life (EOL) announcement. Decisions must be made - do you upgrade, when, how, to what version, do you change software entirely, how much will all of these changes cost?

Lynette Miles

As the end of life (EOL) for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 get closer, many long-time users of these platforms are concerned about whether they’ll be ready or able to upgrade their systems. While upgrading from Drupal 8 to Drupal 9 should be the easiest major Drupal upgrade ever, the upgrade from Drupal 7 remains a hard sticking point for many users and companies.

Lynette Miles

Tag1 Consulting is proud to announce that it has been selected by the Drupal Association and Drupal Security Team as an approved member of the Drupal 7 Extended Support (D7ES) Program. Drupal 7 end-of-life is November 2022, and the Drupal security team is partnering with a few select vendors with the demonstrated expertise to provide security and maintenance support to ensure that orgs using D7 can continue to run it, well into the future. Tag1...

Lynette Miles

At DrupalCon Global 2020, Tag 1 Consulting CEO Jeremy Andrews and Managing Director Michael Meyers talked about the upcoming Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 end of life. When a version of Drupal reaches EOL, the Drupal community will no longer work on it or provide free support. Core development stops entirely - no new features are added, no bugs will be fixed. The core issue queues will be locked, you will be prevented from adding...