Orbital Cache Nuke

orbital_cache_nuke
Dependencies

Autoslave

Version / Author
1.0 Justin Slattery Justin.Slattery@mlssoccer.com

Description
This module allows asynchronous remote cache invalidation between replicated Drupal environments. Available for Drupal 7.

See this blog post for details on how it works and integration.

Downloads

CSS Delivery Optimizer

This module aims to implement optimized CSS delivery by inlining stylesheets which are critical for rendering 'above the fold' content and load the rest asynchronously via JavaScript. This, if used well, should completely eliminate render blocking CSS from the pages, improving perceivable and absolute page load times.

Development is at its early stage at the moment although code is in working and functional.

Downloads

Component Cache Expiration

This is currently a proof of concept based on the wonderful Cache Expiration module.

The goal is to expire individual components on a specific page (views, panels, etc.) when that specific page is being purged from the cache by the expire module.

Currently I have a version of this (mostly) working for views that I'm looking for tester feedback on.

Panels Cache Expiration

This module extends default functionality of the Cache Expiration module and provides actions for Panels and Panelizer. Panels Cache Expiration module allows you to invalidate cache of Panel pages and Panelizer objects.

Downloads

Script Control

This is a very granular script optimizer. It will allow administrators and developers to control the location of scripts (scope) to footer/header, etc and also disable scripts on certain paths, nodes and taxonomies. The goal of this project is to provide granular script control for sites which are trying to optimize their client/browser load times.

Cluster Varnish for Drupal

A plugin to combine Joomla! and Varnish on the Byte clustered platform

In cooperation with Mediagrip Byte developed its own extension for Drupal. With this extension Drupal sites can run on the superfast Byte Varnish Cluster. The extension allows Drupal to automatically empty the cache for specific pages after changing an article in Drupal and cache the entire site should be emptied after clicking a special button.

Pages

Subscribe with RSS Subscribe to RSS - Performance and Scalability