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Welcome to '''Wikitech'''. This wiki hosts documentation related to the [[Portal:Wikitech|technical infrastructure]] maintained by the [[:foundation:Home|Wikimedia Foundation]] as well as the [[Portal:Wikimedia Labs|Wikimedia Labs]] cloud computing infrastructure, the [[Portal:Tool Labs|Tool Labs]] hosting environment, and many other technical projects such as the [[Nova Resource:Deployment-prep|Beta cluster]] project used to validate new software before [[Deployments|deployment to the production cluster]].
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'''Wikitech''' is the home of documentation related to the technical projects and infrastructure maintained by the [[foundation:Home|Wikimedia Foundation]].  This includes [[Portal:Wikitech|production systems]], the [[Help:Cloud_Services_Introduction|Wikimedia Cloud Services]] computing infrastructure ([[w:Virtual private server|virtual private server (VPS)]]), the [[Portal:Toolforge|Toolforge]] hosting environment ([[w:Platform as a service|platform as a service (PaaS)]]), and many other technical projects such as the [[Nova Resource:Deployment-prep|Beta cluster]] which is used to validate new software before [[Deployments|deployment to the production cluster]].
  
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'''This wiki is not a [[m:Help:Unified login|Wikimedia Unified Login (SUL) wiki]], therefore [[Help:Getting_Started#Create_a_User_Account|editors must create a new account]].'''
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<div class="mw-tpl-portal-list"><div class="mw-tpl-portal-list-caption">Portals</div>
 
<div class="mw-tpl-portal-list"><div class="mw-tpl-portal-list-caption">Portals</div>
 
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|name=Tool Labs
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|name=Introduction
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|alt=Wikimedia Tool Labs logo
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|alt=Introduction
|link=Portal:Tool Labs
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|link=Help:Cloud Services Introduction
|description='''Tool Labs''' (or '''Tools''') is a hosting environment for community developers working on tools and bots that help users maintain and use Wikimedia wikis. Tool Labs provides access to [[Help:Tool Labs/Database|replicas of Wikimedia databases]] and other services that allow developers to easily compute analytics, do bot work, and create tools to help editors and other volunteers in their work. The infrastructure is supported by a dedicated [[Nova Resource:Tools|group of Wikimedia Foundation staff and volunteers]].
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|description=An overview of the '''Wikimedia Cloud Services''' (WMCS) products and ecosystem.
 
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All Tool Labs web applications are served through [https://tools.wmflabs.org/ tools.wmflabs.org]. A [https://tools.wmflabs.org/hay/directory/ directory] of some of the tools is available.
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The Tool Labs platform is hosted by [[Portal:Wikimedia Labs|Wikimedia Labs]], but this aspect is not relevant to its users.
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|name=Getting started
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|alt=Getting started
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|description='''Account creation''' and '''quick start guides'''. Help for WMCS in general can be found at [[Help:Contents]].
 
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|name=Cloud VPS
 
|image=File:Wikimedia labs logo.svg
 
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|alt=Wikimedia Labs logo
 
|alt=Wikimedia Labs logo
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|link=Portal:Cloud VPS
|description='''Wikimedia Labs''' (or '''Labs''') provides a cloud computing infrastructure powered by [[:en:OpenStack|OpenStack]] for projects related to the [[:meta:Wikimedia movement|Wikimedia movement]]. Much of the configuration for Labs projects is managed using [[:mw:Extension:OpenStackManager|OpenStackManager]] provided special pages on this wiki. The environment also provides auxiliary services, such as shared NFS storage, and access to live replica databases of Wikimedia Foundation wikis.
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|description='''Wikimedia Cloud VPS''' ('''Cloud VPS''') provides a cloud computing infrastructure powered by [[w:OpenStack|OpenStack]] for projects related to the [[meta:Wikimedia movement|Wikimedia movement]].
 
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|name=Toolforge
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|alt=Wikimedia Toolforge logo
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|description='''Toolforge''' is a hosting environment for developers working on tools (bots, webservices, scheduled jobs) that help maintain and support Wikimedia wikis.
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|name=Data Services
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|image=File:WMCS data services.svg
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|alt=Data Services logo
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|description= '''Wiki replicas''' and offerings for analysis, Tool building, and exploration. Both Cloud VPS and Toolforge can be used to access Data Services.
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|name=TechOps docs
 
|image=File:Wikitech logo.svg
 
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|alt=Wikitech logo
 
|alt=Wikitech logo
 
|link=Portal:Wikitech
 
|link=Portal:Wikitech
|description=The production part of this wiki, also known as '''Wikitech''', contains internal technical documentation for the Wikimedia Foundation. Documentation is available on most aspects of the technical operations of the [[Clusters|production server clusters]] as well as information on how to become involved in improving the underlying infrastructure of Wikimedia projects as volunteer.
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|description=The main namespace of this wiki contains internal technical documentation for the Wikimedia Foundation. Documentation is available on most aspects of the technical operations of the [[Clusters|production server clusters]] as well as information on how to become involved in improving the underlying infrastructure of Wikimedia projects as a volunteer.
  
For technical documentation of MediaWiki software, see [[:mw:Main Page|MediaWiki.org]].
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For technical documentation of MediaWiki software, see [[mw:Main Page|MediaWiki.org]].
 
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This wiki is not a [[:en:Wikipedia:SUL|Wikimedia SUL wiki]], so users should [[Special:UserLogin/signup|create an LDAP account]] to edit here. The same LDAP account is also used by [[gerrit:|Gerrit]], [[phab:|Phabricator]], [[Portal:Wikimedia Labs|Wikimedia Labs]], and [https://tools.wmflabs.org Tool Labs].
 
 
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Latest revision as of 22:14, 29 September 2017

Wikitech is the home of documentation related to the technical projects and infrastructure maintained by the Wikimedia Foundation. This includes production systems, the Wikimedia Cloud Services computing infrastructure (virtual private server (VPS)), the Toolforge hosting environment (platform as a service (PaaS)), and many other technical projects such as the Beta cluster which is used to validate new software before deployment to the production cluster.

This wiki is not a Wikimedia Unified Login (SUL) wiki, therefore editors must create a new account.

Portals
An overview of the Wikimedia Cloud Services (WMCS) products and ecosystem.
Account creation and quick start guides. Help for WMCS in general can be found at Help:Contents.
Wikimedia Cloud VPS (Cloud VPS) provides a cloud computing infrastructure powered by OpenStack for projects related to the Wikimedia movement.
Toolforge is a hosting environment for developers working on tools (bots, webservices, scheduled jobs) that help maintain and support Wikimedia wikis.
Wiki replicas and offerings for analysis, Tool building, and exploration. Both Cloud VPS and Toolforge can be used to access Data Services.
The main namespace of this wiki contains internal technical documentation for the Wikimedia Foundation. Documentation is available on most aspects of the technical operations of the production server clusters as well as information on how to become involved in improving the underlying infrastructure of Wikimedia projects as a volunteer. For technical documentation of MediaWiki software, see MediaWiki.org.