Drupal’s flexibility and potential for customization make it an excellent foundation for building a high-performing website.
A digital news media site based in India approached us to handle the issues they faced caused by increased popularity of their site.
A High-Performance Computing (HPC) solution provider for big data challenges in academia, research laboratories, government and commercial sectors approached us to audit their site. They integrated the right combination of products and services into their existing infrastructure to serve their customers but the website was not well optimized for Search Engines.
Drupal uses a variety of caching systems to improve the site performance. However in certain scenarios they may not be sufficient and more powerful external caching mechanisms are required to improve the performance. One such mechanism is memcached. If you want to know how to install memcached in CentOs then read on to know the steps.
The dream of every person starting out to build websites is to reach out to as many people as possible. Not very many actually make it to more than a few hundred visitors per month on a regular basis. But with the profusion of social bookmarking sites, there is a chance for some of these low traffic sites to get bursts of very high traffic once in a while, for ex: when they get slashdotted. The question is how to outlive such spikes in traffic, without burning large holes in your pocket