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5 Mistakes to Avoid on your Drupal Website - Number 4: Infrastructure

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In previous articles in this series, we’ve covered the areas of architecture, security and performance. All of these aspects are affected by your infrastructure from the time of development to deployment. 

Will Red Hat 7 Be Ready for Drupal 8?

In mid-December, the upcoming release of the seventh version Red Hat Enterprise Linux ("RHEL") arrived for public testing. With the last major release of RHEL arriving in late 2010, a lot has changed in the world of hosting Drupal sites. The final release of RHEL 7 will likely come just after Drupal 8 is released, so by the time Drupal 8 sites begin to be launched, RHEL 7 will become a serious consideration in your hosting decision.

Acquia and BLEN Corp power Unfurlough.us

The United States Government has shutdown — for the first time in 17 years — on October 1st, 2013. According to estimates, some 800,000 government employees were furloughed on that day. For those people, the shutdown created an incredible amount of uncertainty and financial pressure. As one of my friends who is among the furloughed said, “… [it] doesn’t mean the mortgage and car loan payments aren’t still due.”

Managed Cloud pro tip: The Environments

Managed Cloud is a great tool for hassle-free management of your Drupal sites and works great out of the box. What I realized in the last weeks is that it has a lot of features that we don’t typically advertise to users but are hugely valuable for them. Development environments are one of those.

The standard of Drupal development stipulates that you need three environments for your users:

Acquia, Tom Erickson CEO: View From the Top [Feb 29, 2012]

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Tom Erickson's "View From the Top" is featured as part of Acquia's place in KM World's "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management."

Achieving Continuous Integration with Drupal

Creating killer websites is hard, but deploying them shouldn’t be.

Developing and deploying web sites is best accomplished using a methodology called Continuous Integration (CI). By working in small batches, testing constantly, and automating all testing and deployment tasks, you can avoid big surprises and painful deployment experience. However, achieving a true Continous Integration development process requires building and maintaining a highly automated infrastructure. You can build such a system yourself, or with Acquia Cloud you can be up and running in a few minutes.

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Achieving Continuous Integration with Drupal

Creating killer websites is hard, but deploying them shouldn’t be.

Developing and deploying web sites is best accomplished using a methodology called Continuous Integration (CI). By working in small batches, testing constantly, and automating all testing and deployment tasks, you can avoid big surprises and painful deployment experience. However, achieving a true Continous Integration development process requires building and maintaining a highly automated infrastructure. You can build such a system yourself, or with Acquia Cloud you can be up and running in a few minutes.

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Isolated versus Shared Cloud Website Infrastructure

Isolated versus Shared Cloud Website Infrastructure: Choosing the right model for your business

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Video: Veteran Central, Acquia Hosting Customer [Jan 18, 2012]

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Watch below to learn all about Veteran Central, the first online community for veterans and their advocates to share experiences, employment opportunities, and more... Powered by Drupal and hosted by Acquia.

Architecture for Highly Unpredictable Traffic

Acquia Managed Cloud: Highly Available Architecture for Highly Unpredictable Traffic

While most companies with business-critical sites can’t afford downtime, accurately predicting traffic every day is impossible. This leaves organizations hosting in the cloud with two options: Overpay for physical servers you might rarely need, or underpay and suffer the consequences of failure. Whether failure comes in the form of brand and reputation damage, or in more hard opportunity cost dollars, the fact remains: failure costs too much.
 

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