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Self-Managed Technology Stack for Drupal: Is this DrupalOps?
So, you use Drupal, but you're not hosting on a dedicated Drupal platform. You’re either managing your own infrastructure or you’re running Drupal on the public cloud. What do you call what you're doing? No seriously! How would you describe what you do? And I’m not talking about contributing to the Drupal codebase or related modules. How do you describe the management of your technology stack and CI/CD pipeline?
8 Actionable Tips for Improving Drupal Performance
Learn how to improve Drupal performance with theme and image optimization, caching, CDN integration, and more.
How Higher Education Can Create Cost Efficiency Through Managed Services
One year since the pandemic began, colleges and universities still face uncertainty around when students will fully return to in-person learning. In the United States, only 35 percent of students have returned to schools for in-person learning full-time. The majority of students continue to attend virtual school, or some mix of remote and in-person classes. And even as vaccine distribution ramps up and provides a glimmer of hope for a return to in-person learning, remote learning will remain a required service in the days, months and perhaps even years to come.