SUGCH 2020/1 - An event with hot topics!

We’ve been kicking off the first SUGCH early in 2020! By the end of February we met at the Skyfall at Westhive in Zurich. The location with a nice view was kindly sponsored by VIU.

Although a few have been absent due to winter holidays, 22 Sitecore enthousiasts gathered together to learn about cutting edge topics in todays Sitecore world. But before we kicked off the meetup, we had some news to share: Per now you can purchase SUGCH shirts, hoodies and caps in our custom Spreadshirt store)! (This is of course not for profit. There’s no additional fee. You can order at the Spreadshirt retail price plus shipping fee.)


Here’s a short re-cap of the presentations. With three presentations going the full 45 minutes (and more) we decided to cancel the round tables for this time and prioritized networking.

Sitecore Content Hub - How to extend and customize a SaaS solution

Arne Schlüter is actually the first Sitecore representative since quite a while taking the stage at a SUGCH. He introduced us to one of the newest offerings from Sitecore: the Sitecore Content Hub. In an engaging presentation packed with details and hands-on demo content, Arne showed how Content Hub fits into the Sitecore eco system, how easy it is to setup, configure and use metadata and more.

Boosting Sitecore Development with Sitecore Docker

Peter Nazarov introduced us to the community efforts to run Sitecore in Docker including some hands-on examples. Sitecore Docker enables developers rolling out and switching between Sitecore environments in minutes with no hassle and without using SIF at all. You can spin up a standard Sitecore instance with the desired topology (XM, XP & XC) and the desired standard set of modules (SPE, SXA, JSS, Publishing Service). Check out his slides to learn more!

Building and Deploying a JSS Solution with Azure DevOps for on-prem and Azure

David Szöke took the stage for the first time at a SUGCH. His impressive presentation provided us with a lot of insights on what an Azure Devops Pipeline with Sitecore Azure Toolkit looks like.

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Geschrieben am 22. March 2020