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How to Migrate, Manage and Centralize Your Web Infrastructure with Drupal [October 15, 2013]

Drupal has long been empowering organizations to publish their content on the web, but under the hood, Drupal is much more than just another content management platform.

Drupal’s ability to power multiple custom sites from a centralized install allows organizations to scale effectively, supporting hundreds of sites from a single core. This webinar will review some of Drupal’s powerful features for migrating content, management of multi-site Drupal installations, and best practice recommendations for keeping your infrastructure tuned and manageable.

In this webinar, you will learn:
• Some of the powerful tools that help migrate websites and data into Drupal
• How Drupal's multi-site features allow you to maintain a large number of sites without your install becoming unmanageable
• Internal process & procedure recommendations for scaling your website infrastructure and keeping things running smoothly

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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