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High Performance Drupal by Jeff Sheltren, Narayan Newton, Nathaniel Catchpole

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High Performance Drupal
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 144939261X
ISBN-13: 9781449392611
Number of pages: 400

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High Performance Drupal is an essential, comprehensive guide to designing Drupal's supporting infrastructure and scalability, as well as a handbook for improving Drupal website performance. Drupal beginners will quickly learn a set of best practices in how to deploy a growable site which will withstand traffic surges.

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