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Multisite Madness: A Better Way to Manage Many Sites

Feeling the multisite madness? It’s not you, it’s your platform.

For proprietary builds, it’s pretty simple. You’re stuck with someone else’s system. You don’t control the roadmap. You don’t control the code. You don’t have the ability to add features when you need them.

But guess what? There’s a secret sauce to managing many sites or multisite instances. It’s a secret sauce that many organizations are pouring into their IT departments to alleviate their multisite madness. And as with any sauce, there are ingredients.

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Flight Centre Travel Group Accelerates Digital and Mobile Strategy with Drupal

Flight Centre Travel Group sought a content management system to support growing demand for digital content, marketing campaigns, and online customer interaction. Its main retail website, www.flightcentre.com.au, is one of Australia’s most visited online travel destinations. Flight Centre embarked on a strategy to ensure it could best capitalise on its leading market position through its 60 retail websites and one corporate travel website, FCMTravel (http://fcm.travel), which runs in 80 countries.

Drupal Best Practices Within Acquia Cloud Site Factory

In today’s super-competitive marketplace, staying ahead of the competition means being able to respond to changing markets instantly. Launching a new marketing campaign, a new brand, or even a new family of brands can mean the difference between success…or trailing the pack. Acquia Cloud Site Factory offers a turnkey solution for deploying one site—or hundreds of sites—quickly and efficiently, without sacrificing the branded experience expected by your visitors.

DrupalCon Austin and a new job - Kris Vanderwater

Kris Vanderwater (eclipseGC), and I got together in a Google Hangout plagued with technical difficulties to discuss DrupalCon Austin and Kris's new job as Acquia's Developer Evangelist. In the sections I could save and keep reasonably useable after editing, we talk about Drupal 8 and the incredible energy present in the Drupal community recently; a couple of hot topics DrupalCon Austin; and Kris's new job as "a developer for the community".

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Managing Multiple Sites in an EDU environment - A Case Study

Drupal is a remarkably flexible content management system / framework that can be adapted to a wide array of use cases. The myriad of configuration possibilities to fit a project’s specialized needs is one of Drupal’s great strengths.

A frequent use case is the need for a large number of similar but not identical sites that will be supported in unison.

Be a Hero: Increase Marketing Efficiency with Template-based Websites

Today’s digital marketers are expected to deliver large numbers of digital experiences to meet the needs of their organizations. Websites are required fare in the modern marketing mix, and for many organizations, this can easily result in many tens or hundreds of sites. To deal with this volume, digital marketers must innovate and rapidly identify methodologies to scale the delivery of engaging websites, and ultimately, achieve the brand reach sought by their organizations.

San Francisco State University moves to Drupal

What is a website? For colleges and universities everywhere, a website is an opportunity to tell a story.

Thanks to this opportunity, schools depend on websites more than ever to deliver rich, engaging experiences. When looking for a CMS capable of delivering this experience, schools naturally look at Drupal. Today, about 30 percent of colleges and universities in the United States use Drupal to power their main .edu site.

The Power of Drupal Multi-site Part 2: Hosting Infrastructure

In my previous post, I wrote about how multisite is a powerful mechanism for code management. In this post, I am going to talk about how to manage multi-site at an infrastructure level, and the considerations you should take when deciding upon your site architecture.

The Power of Drupal Multi-site - Part 1: Code Management

Drupal has a fantastically useful feature called Multi-site - it allows you to serve many sites from a single Drupal codebase. This can greatly reduce the overhead of managing code across multiple sites, and enables great agility in launching new sites quickly.

New white paper: "The Drupal-Powered Enterprise"

Guest post by Geoffrey Bock, author of "The Drupal-Powered Enterprise".

Across the Drupal community, we all know that “Drupal rocks.” But for enterprise decision makers, the more pressing issues revolve around how to benefit from their IT investments.

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