Database Logging Conditions (Watchdog conditions)

Extends Core Database Logging module (dblog, formerly: watchdog) to allow conditional logging to the database.

S3FS File Proxy to S3

This module keep on stage_file_proxy, s3fs_file_proxy philosophy, but instead download files to use in your local file system, is thought for staging and preproductions environment that use S3 like production. It's used with s3fs module.

This module download the files from your production S3 bucket and then upload to your pre production S3 bucket.

Aegir Distributions

The Aegir Distributions module simplifies and further automates platform maintenance and site updates.

It extends the Aegir Hosting System to add a concept of "distributions":

Distributions provide site features and functions for a specific type of site as a single download containing Drupal core, contributed modules, themes, and pre-defined configuration. They make it possible to quickly set up a complex, use-specific site in fewer steps than if installing and configuring elements individually.

BG Web Site Acceleration - BitGravity

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Bitgravity module provide integration with Bitgravity Web Site Acceleration Web Service. This module allows purging of cached URLs hosted by Drupal websites on Bitgravity Server.

Dependencies
1. Cache Expiration

Fastly extra

This are some goodies that can be used alongside Fastly module to improve settings and interactions.

For now it's allowing for more page cache expire options as well an option to purge all fastly cache when drupal cache is cleared.

Token Link

This module was created to speed up slow administrative pages, fix memory limit errors, and solve client site javascript timeouts caused by a high number of tokens loading on the initial page request. This module solves these problems by replacing any call to render the entire token tree with a call to render only a link which if clicked will perform a second page request as an overlay.

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