Interested in Pressflow, Varnish, Pantheon and memcache? Want to jump from shared or "grid" hosting to VPS or dedicated hosting but aren't sure what to do? Do you just want to get more out of what you currently have and take your Drupal site to the next level?
Meet with friends, have coffee and talk about Drupal performance on the Westside at the Venice Grind between 5-8pm on Thursday, April 28, 2011. Afterward, we might go for dinner somewhere nearby or a stiff drink across the street at the Good Hurt. You're invited!
To get last-minute updates, sign up by clicking the Signup button below or stay tuned to the comments on this page (or both!).
|When: 5pm to 8pm on Thursday, April 28, 2011|
|Where: Venice Grind at 12224 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066|
How to prepare for this meetup
Just bring your laptop, a copy of Pro Drupal Development or whatever else you need. There's plenty of metered parking on Venice Blvd. as well as free parking in the back. Parking on the street is free after 6pm, so be sure to feed your meter if you come at 5pm.
If for some reason you need a lot of bandwidth, please note that the free wireless at the Venice Grind is limited to 1Mb per client, so bring your MiFi router, a phone you can tether with or your credit card to get a 5Mb connection for the day.
This time we'll be focusing on High Performance Drupal. If you're interested in things like Pressflow, Varnish, Pantheon, and memcache, or if you already know about multi-tier infrastructure and want to talk about things like Virtualmin, AWS, RightScale, Chef and DevStructure, this is the place for you.
We're meeting in the back patio at the Venice Grind café on the corner of Venice Blvd. and S. Centinela Ave. Their phone number is 310-397-2227.
If it rains or there are too many people and we need more space, we will rendezvous at Coffee Connection, which is right around the corner. We met there once before for a DrupalCamp LA 2009 planning meeting. Stay tuned by clicking the Signup button below or check comments on this page (or both!) before the meetup.