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Getting Started with Drupal: Optimizing Your Drupal Application | New Relic blog

by holyver
So slow pages can have a very real impact on your business. These are some very real incentives for whipping your site into shape, so let’s move on from the why to the how.


Inside Pantheon: the Valhalla filesystem | Pantheon

by holyver
At Pantheon, when we look at challenges Drupal projects face, we don't only do what's worked well-enough in existing deployments. We ask ourselves how we can transcend some of the challenges entirely. How Drupal stores files is no exception. So, when we started building the next generation of Pantheon (now launched), we looked at our options -- and then built a solution entirely focused on the needs of Drupal developers.

3.4 million page views per day, 92 M per month, one server and Drupal

by holyver (via)
In this talk, Khalid of, Inc., Inc will talk about a how to scale a Drupal web site with the following statistics. 3.4 million pages per day peak 92 million page views per month 189,650 page views per hour peak 840,000 visits on peak day 22.96 million visits per month 52,747 visits per hour peak So far, this is the highest traffic a Drupal site gets that we heard of. What is amazing is that this web site runs on a single mid range server ...

5 rules to optimize your server - Vancouver Drupal Development, Alfresco Development and iPhone Development from Appnovation

by holyver (via)
Here are five rules to help you optimize your Drupal installation, as well as some examples to illustrate how to apply them. Server optimization is a huge field, and it is constantly evolving, but we can to study simple cases to understand more complex ones.

2010 : les erreurs à éviter lors du lancement d’un site Web d’envergure |

by Monique
Après l'incident technique du portail, quelles sont les leçons à tirer pour éviter un tel cafouillage ? Enquête avec des témoignages d'experts IT.

Best practice for Drupal performance optimization | Acquia Library

by claire_
This document covers recommendations for improving the performance of your website built in Drupal. It also contains general recommendations for improving the speed of your site.

Drupal CDN & Static File Server - The Amazon S3 Way | Slayerment

by holyver
This post isn't meant to be an end all to Drupal and CDNs, but rather just some insight into the way I have tackled this issue for the time being. There are a number of options to choose from and a lot of different ways to go about it. You could get a new server locally and load balance your stuff, you could get a new server locally and use it as a static file server, you could team up with a big time CDN like Akamai or Limelight and go that route, or you could go the less expensive CDN route with something like Amazon S3.


Drupal et mySQL sont sur un serveur...

by nhoizey
C'est surtout pour ça que je suis fan de SPIP : « contrairement au discours ambiant qui tend à proclamer que hors Drupal plus de salut, et que SPIP est mort, ce dernier fait mieux qu’agoniser. En mutant et en évoluant à sa façon il a su proposer des solutions techniques alternatives intéressantes qui permettent d’aller très loin avec moins de technicité apparente. »

Hack Drupal core! |

by claire_
For a fairly large community site (think OG, node access control, private messages etc), we were getting in trouble giving authenticated users a decent browsing experience. The worst page was taking 16 (yes, sixteen) seconds to load and others were getting in trouble too now that the number of users and nodes was growing rapidly. Not acceptable of course, so we went searching for solutions:

scaling drupal - an open-source infrastructure for high-traffic drupal sites | johnandcailin

by holyver & 1 other
in this article, i outline a step-by-step process for incrementally scaling your deployment, from a simple single-node drupal install running all components of the system, all the way to a load balanced, multi node system with database level optimization and clustering. since you almost certainly don't want to jump straight from your single node system to the mother of all redundant clustered systems in one step, i've broken this down into 5 incremental steps, each one building on the last. each step along the way is a perfectly viable deployment.

Litenode | Development Seed

by claire_
Litenode is a new module that uses Views to replace multiple node_loads() on a page. The largest source of queries on a page is almost always node_load(). It can push your query count very high, since each node has multiple queries run. That means that there tends to be a nearly linear relationship between the number of nodes on the page and the number of queries.


Improving Drupal's Performance with the Boost Module for the UN's Millennium Campaign | Development Seed

by holyver
Improving Drupal's Performance with the Boost Module for the UN's Millennium Campaign. How the Boost Module Helped a Very High Traffic Drupal Site Stay Online

load test your drupal application scalability with apache jmeter | johnandcailin

by holyver & 2 others (via)
there are many things that you can do to improve your drupal application's scalability, some of which we discussed in the recent scaling drupal - an open-source infrastructure for high-traffic drupal sites article.


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