Our Slides from Drupal Camp NYC 8
Evolving Web had a great time at Drupal Camp NYC last weekend. The camp was a huge success thanks to the excellent turn-out and presentations on exciting topics such as administrative interfaces, Context, and Drupal security. The team of organizers who put the camp together did an amazing job. Here are the slides from our sessions at the camp:
Monitoring Your Drupal Server and Site
An introduction to installing and configuring Nagios as well as extensions and plugins such as logging and graphing and how to setup automated responses to problems.
Getting Drupal in the Cloud
An overview of getting your Drupal website into the cloud including: easy pre-cloud optimizations, server architecture, GlusterFS, memcache, nginx, varnish, boost, puppet, chef, speed tuning, xhprof, and jmeter benchmarking.
This talk discusses Puppet and Chef: open-source configuration management tools that will allow you to configure your server programmatically and help keep your sysadmin time to a minimum.
Making Apache Solr Search Usable
Challenges, inspirations, and some examples of advanced search user interfaces.
Taking your development to the next level: Breaking down a beginner/intermediate Drupal module
A walk through the taxonomy_revisions module, some challenges that it presents, and an overview of the design decisions involved. You can find the code for the taxonomy_revisions module here.