In this previous post I discussed the case for separating functions typically combined into a single out-of-the-box Sitecore instance into distinct parts, supporting better scalability, performance, availability, etc. 743 more words
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The Sitecore Pie
At some point I want to catalog the full set of features a Sitecore Content Delivery and Content Management server can manage in a project. 606 more words
Since I joined City A.M., we’ve been gradually migrating away from Drupal 7 to a fully bespoke CMS built on Laravel. We had planned to do this anyway, but we accelerated parts of the migration as we hit issues that we were unable to solve. 1,104 more words
Today’s post is a follow-up to the previous articles about caching.
I managed to integrate hybris with Nginx (as a reverse proxy) and memcached (as a storage for the cache). 769 more words
Caching is inevitable for a high-performance, scalable web application. There are different types of caching that have already been implemented in hybris. However, almost every solution requires additional tools and improvements to make hybris more resilient to high traffic or page load time related requirements. 1,010 more words