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NOTE: In June 2023, it was announced that the end-of-life (EOL) for Drupal 7 is being pushed back to January 2025. Read more here.

Right now, more than 700,000 websites are still using Drupal 7. Yet, from November 2022, Drupal 7 and 8 will no longer get updates, bug fixes or security patches. Released in June 2020, Drupal 9 will become the standard platform all organisations must use - but how can you get there?

Key Insights

  1. Introduction - how Drupal 9 compares to other leading CMS; the consequences of Drupal 7 & 8 being withdrawn; which versions you need to upgrade to; and why security is so important.
  2. Upgrade & migration - the benefits of upgrading for developers and content authors; what tools are out there to help; what content considerations there are.
  3. Personalisation - why this is important for UX; how you can incorporate personalisation into Drupal.
  4. Authoring & UX - how the authoring experience will change; what considerations there are with regards to the frontend, UX/UI and accessibility. 
  5. DevOps - best practice for the hosting environment and security.