Hosting, the foundation

For various projects, I am developing some small provisioning systems for drupal multisite environments. I now want to merge all these ideas into one. It is meant to work on growth, start with what we have, and slowly add more and more automation. For now that suits quite well. I manage about fifteen sites, on seven domains (and thus eight subdomains) and it is still manageable. But it starts to crumble. Doing everything over email only, makes managing this a bit ad-hoc. And with lycos having some performance issues the server became very unstable. Resulting in the server being offline quiet a lot, MySQL crashing a lot. etc. This all needed to be improved and become more stable. But most of all more professional. So I and Pepijn got together and made some plans. Big Plans. More about that, later, in the 'Drupal Hosting' blog category.

This article was published on webschuur.com. And migrated to this blog.

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About the author: Bèr Kessels is an experienced webdeveloper with a great passion for technology and Open Source. A golden combination to implement that technology in a good and efficient way. Follow @berkes on Twitter. Or read more about Bèr.

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