Bad Performance

The bad performance module purposely decreases the response time and increases the CPU load of any Drupal site it's installed on.

For reasons that are hopefully obvious, it requires the Bad Judgement module.

This module was written for Drupal Systems Administrator training hosted by Coldfront Labs Inc. to give new administrators a consistently slow Drupal site to optimize with supporting technologies like memcache and Varnish.


360 Review

This module will do thorough review on your current website regarding all aspects like standards, security, performance, seo etc., and provide help tips to improve in those areas. It will show you the report as horizontal bar graph in percentages specific to each section, so that you can easily understand in which areas your website needs improvement.

Advanced Varnish Cache

Access Varnish Cache management

This module provide integration with Varnish reverse proxy server for Drupal 8. Main feature of this module is providing support of varnish caching for authenticated users.

Varnish support out of the box.
All you need is to install this module use default.vcl from this module and fill connection settings for varnish terminal.

Expire Nodequeues

This module extends default functionality of the Cache Expiration module and provides actions for Nodequeues. Nodequeue Cache Expiration module allows you to invalidate cache of some pages when a nodequeue gets updated, or when nodes are added/removed from a nodequeue.

Minify HTML


If you can not install MOD_PAGESPEED or other HTML compressor on webserver level, this module can help you reach a higher score on the speedtest, and eventually a higher pagerank.

The idea is that instead of looping through all the renderable regions to compress the HTML output, I duplicated the drupal_deliver_html_page method and minify the entire HTML output at once.



This project will host various PHPStorage backends. For now, it contains a version which writes to cache and reads it in a way that the Zend Opcache (included in PHP 5.5+) can opcode cache the code.



Subscribe with RSS Subscribe to RSS - Performance and Scalability