Acquia

Excerpt from the Acquia: evaluation:

"However, scaling a Drupal implementation to very high-bandwidth scenarios is still not trivial. In the past few years, a number of intensively used websites have started using the software, so there is more experience in how to deal with this. The Pressflow distribution has made some modifications to run Drupal more efficiently, adding Varnish among other things. Drupal now has many layers of caching by default, but this adds to its complexity and customers report new difficulties integrating with CDNs like Akamai. ..."

(P. 441 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

AgilOne CDP

Drupal

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