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'''Wikitech''' is the home of technical documentation of [[foundationsite:|Wikimedia Foundation]] infrastructure and services.  This includes [[Wikimedia infrastructure|production clusters]], [[Help:Cloud Services Introduction|Wikimedia Cloud Services]], [[Portal:Toolforge|Toolforge]] hosting, and the [[Nova Resource:Deployment-prep|Beta Cluster]].


Consult the [//meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using the wiki software.
To edit this wiki, you need a '''[[Help:Create a Wikimedia developer account|Wikimedia developer account]]'''. Wikitech does not use the [[m:Special:MyLanguage/Help:Unified login|Wikimedia Single Unified Login (SUL)]] (like on Wikipedia) and does not permit editing without an account.


== Getting started ==
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* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Manual:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Manual:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
{{Portal list item
* [https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
|name=Introduction
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:MyLanguage/Localisation#Translation_resources Localise MediaWiki for your language]
|image=File:Wikimedia Cloud Services logo with text.svg
|alt=Introduction
|link=Help:Cloud Services Introduction
|description=An overview of the '''Wikimedia Cloud Services''' (WMCS) products and ecosystem.
}}
{{Portal list item
|name=Cloud VPS
|image=File:Wikimedia Cloud Services logo.svg
|alt=Wikimedia Cloud VPS logo
|link=Portal:Cloud VPS
|description='''Wikimedia Cloud VPS''' provides a cloud computing infrastructure powered by [[w:OpenStack|OpenStack]] for projects related to the [[m:Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia movement|Wikimedia movement]].
}}
{{Portal list item
|name=Toolforge
|image=File:Toolforge logo.svg
|alt=Wikimedia Toolforge logo
|link=Portal:Toolforge
|description='''Toolforge''' is a hosting environment for developers working on tools (bots, webservices, scheduled jobs) that help maintain and support Wikimedia wikis.
}}
{{Portal list item
|name=Data Services
|image=File:WMCS data services.svg
|alt=Data Services logo
|link=Portal:Data Services
|description= '''Wiki replicas''' and offerings for analysis, Tool building, and exploration. Both Cloud VPS and Toolforge can be used to access Data Services.
}}
{{Portal list item
| name = SRE docs
| image = File:Wikitech-2021-blue-large-icon.svg
| alt = Wikitech logo
| link = Wikimedia infrastructure
| description = The main namespace of this wiki contains internal technical documentation from the [[SRE|SRE Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)]] team for the Wikimedia Foundation. Documentation is available on most aspects of the technical operations of the [[Wikimedia infrastructure|production infrastructure]] 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:Special:MyLanguage/Main Page|MediaWiki.org]].
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Latest revision as of 16:40, 17 October 2021

Wikitech is the home of technical documentation of Wikimedia Foundation infrastructure and services. This includes production clusters, Wikimedia Cloud Services, Toolforge hosting, and the Beta Cluster.

To edit this wiki, you need a Wikimedia developer account. Wikitech does not use the Wikimedia Single Unified Login (SUL) (like on Wikipedia) and does not permit editing without an account.

An overview of the Wikimedia Cloud Services (WMCS) products and ecosystem.
Wikimedia 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 from the SRE Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) team for the Wikimedia Foundation. Documentation is available on most aspects of the technical operations of the production infrastructure 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.