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Hello, I'm about to suggest a CMF/CMS for a scalable project in my company and I really need your input here to get PW on board. The idea is simple - Build a main website - www.acme.com - And than build independent but related websites using the subdomains - product.acme.com / something.acme.com - Each subdomain will have their own website and staff team. What do I need? - All the websites should be able to have their own backend. The reason for that is because the staff from product.acme.com will be different from acme.com. So, I don't want a staff from product.acme.com to be able to "see" the acme.com backend. - To be able to setup independent pages design/features for each sub-domain. ===== It's something like google.com and their sub-domains. You have adwrods.google.com / maps.google.com / translator.google.com and so on. They keep their main brand visible - google.com - and add their different products from subdomains. In my case, the subdomains will only host another simple website. How would you approach this project? Please let me know if you need more clarification. Best regards, Zilli
Hello, everyone. I have new project for web hosting company. I already finish one similar project last week, of course I use processwire as a front end system. And backend is billing system that runs on whmcs. Now this new project is also for web hosting company, but it is more like enterprise site, with many functions that will be extending site later, like www.redhat.com site or www.uk2.net I have two solutions to complete this project, one is processwire and another is with drupal. Drupal is good for enterprise sites, but I don't like it because it is massive, and development process is pretty borring. I don't like all that pre settings on drupal, installing modules, and work with views... There is a lot mouse clicks in all that stuff. The site I need to build will have following functionalities: - Products displayed on front end (like hosting packages, vps packages, servers). As in processwire everything is a page, would be some problem to create larger number of products (pages)? - User registration ( not needed now, but later maybe site will need integration) - Blog system - Chat integration (external chat app) - Search filters for products - Need good security also - ... So, what I need is some suggestion of someone who has similar project. Someone to tell me is processwire good for this project (here I think about development speed, I already know that PW is beast:) ), is it capable for enterprise site who will be constantly extending? And will have a lot of integration with other system via api, for example billing, cloud...
Hello there, I've already realized many projects with ProcessWire and would love to use it for a bigger project now. Maybe you can help and allay my doubts Enterprise Single Sign-On? We are currently using Microsoft SharePoint (2003…) as a publishing tool for our intranet web pages. This of course is no good solution concerning responsive design, flexibility and scalability. Because we are talking of a big company (about 9000 employees) it is important to protect the ProcessWire installation with an Enterprise Single Sign On (SSO). It seems like Shibboleth is a good solution to handle the communication between the Microsoft Server from the company and the Linux Apache for the intranet web page. Has anyone already used ProcessWire in an environment like this? It would be great to use the employees IDs and hand them viewing / editing rights for single pages. Permission Management for 9k users? Of course most of the employees should only get viewing rights. But it would be great being able to give editing restrictions for specific pages. As I understand this is something ProcessWire does not support with its core features – even though there are modules for this particular case. The question is: Is it responsible to build a big system based on many modules in consideration of future upgrading, scalability and co.? Looking forward to your comments on this Happy coding! wheelmaker24