Blog entries tagged with Performance

  • CDN Support goes open-source

    Last year I did a lot of research on using a CDN with EPiServer CMS, that resulted in a module that I released on my blog. You can read more about that research here: 0

  • SQL replication and EPiServer CMS

    I’ve been spending some time setting up an EPiServer CMS site using SQL replication and will in this post go through some basics, but lets start with the reasons for choosing replication in your architecture. The two obvious reasons are security a... 5

  • Performance: How to disable keyword indexing in SP2

    EPiServer CMS indexes content in properties for two purposes, one of them is to extract links and the other is to extract keywords for the internal search engine. If you don’t use the internal search engine the server does a lot of work and fills ... 8

  • Testing Windows Server 2008 R2 RC

    Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 , now available as a Release Candidate, builds on the same kernel as Windows 7 and offers an updated web server dubbed IIS 7.5 . We have not found any compatibility issues with EPiServer CMS 5 R2 yet, but we haven'... 3

  • Optimizing Friendly URL for Page Providers

    Page Providers are often used to integrate flat external data without a hierarchy. Since everything in EPiServer CMS assumes you have a nice hierarchy you simulate a hierarchy by for example categories or date of creation (i.e. /MyProvider/2009/04... 0

  • CdnSupport module in action

    This test was conducted on EPiServer Labs between April 2nd to April 5th 2009 using Akamai as CDN provider and Apica as testing platform. Time measured is loading the complete start page including all images and other resources found on the page.... 1

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Per Bjurström

EPiServer AB
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Architect on the development team in Stockholm and has been with the company since 1999.

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