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Sky's the limit for developing an incredible Drupal site on your own free sandbox. Learn all the fun ways to develop using Acquia Cloud Free. Its easy to quickly spin up a great site that you can show to your clients without having to pay for a production environment.

Building a Drupal site is the easy part. But, it’s not always easy to optimize the site’s performance, security and to enable a compelling search functionality. With the powerful dev tools available in Acquia Cloud Free, you can achieve a lot more than just building a basic Drupal site. Wouldn’t it be great to get greater visibility into your code and modules? Wouldn’t you want to add compelling QA measure and Apache Solr powered search functionality? Learn how-to from Michael Cooper, our in-house engineering genius / master -craftsman/ Acquia Indiana Jones and Sahana Anantha Murthy, our in-house Developer Evangelist.

Michael will walk you through the following steps as part of the demo:
• Uncover Drupal code and configuration mistakes
• Test performance and scalability
• Detect and resolve common Drupal performance issues
• Use Continuous Integration best practices in your Drupal development
• Use version control
• Automated code deployment using the cloud workflow
• Deploy using Drush, Cloud API and Cloud Hooks
• Amplify the performance and security of your site
• Enable Apache Solr powered search experience for your site
• Enable static code analysis of your code

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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