Managing Sites with Fetcher Services
To do anything with Fetcher beyond spinning up new sites, you'll need to run a Fetcher Server. A Fetcher Server is a Drupal site running the Fetcher Services module.
A Fetcher Server holds records of all your various Drupal projects so that you can build any of your projects using Fetcher. If you manage your projects with a Fetcher Server, everyone on your team can spin up or update a local copy of any of your projects with Drush Fetcher.
A company intranet is a good place to install Fetcher Services.
To connect to a Fetcher Server, configure your local drushrc.php file with these lines:
$options['fetcher']['info_fetcher.class'] = 'FetcherServices\InfoFetcher\FetcherServices'; $options['fetcher']['info_fetcher.config'] = array('host' => 'https://yourfetcherserver.com');
drush fel (fetcher-list) will give you a list of all the sites it can get info on.
Now you can fetch sites with