Bedrock has been updated with WordPress 5.1.1, a security and maintenance release. Trellis 1.0.2 includes a few minor changes.
Trellis 1.0.0 has finally been released. It's been a long and exciting path since the very first commit on Apr 16, 2014 (back when it was first called bedrock-ansible!). That was so long ago the project started on Ubuntu 14.04 and PHP 5.5.
DigitalOcean can be easily used with Trellis, and WordPress sites hosted on a $5 DigitalOcean droplet can handle quite a bit with Trellis and FastCGI caching.
Learn how to deploy your Bedrock and Trellis-based WordPress sites to Kinsta, a managed WordPress host that has Composer and WP-CLI support.
How to include the Advanced Custom Fields Pro WordPress plugin with Composer and encrypt your license key in your Git repository.
How to back up Trellis-based WordPress sites to an S3 bucket with aws-cli and a script running on a cron job.
Trellis now has a slimmer configuration file. Lots of settings have been moved outside of the configs and have intelligently set proper defaults.