The site I'm currently building requires all registered members to also attend a conference.
So I was thinking of using eventbrite. But more than that I was hoping that I could use eventbrites api to authenticate users, so they would only have to register with eventbrite and not with the drupal site. I would then use a logi n with eventbrite for daily use (similar to login with facebook , twitter etc).
Has anyone any experience with bypassing the drupal authentication, does this sound feasable?
D6 -> D7 SOAP authentication module conversion and extension | Association of University Administrators
Drupal 7 PortalPlus authentication module
The Association of University Administrators (AUA), based in the UK, uses a membership management software package produced by a company called TSG. TSG provide a SOAP based web service (part of a service called PortalPlus) to access membership records online.Read more
This is contract work, exact payment terms are negotiable. Telecommuting only.
I just thought you might be interested to see some performance benchmarks that I've produced recently whilst doing some work porting the Authcache module to D7.
I think the results are "pretty encouraging". What do you think :) ?
summary: ~1000 fold increase in authenticated user performance, 5 fold increase for anonymous users
1200 requests per second @ 2.5ms per request on a very modest single server.
Looking for some ideas on the right solution here. We are building several Drupal sites with a common user audience. These users also will be accessing Moodle content via hyperlinks from Drupal (i.e. we are not directly integrating Drupal and Moodle).
Looking for a centralized authentication server implementation that can:
I am building a new drupal site and need to import my existing LDAP users in order to fully configure the system and set up the content. AFAIK there is no way of importing existing LDAP users into drupal. When I use LDAP Provisioning, it wants to create LDAP users as well as Drupal users. When a user logs in for the first time, their LDAP information is imported. But I need to mass import all existing LDAP users without requiring them to login the first time.
A close friend of mine is a Vp for a major media company... etc. heavy hitters. Anyway, he wanted to know "are you familier with load scaleablity of drupal - ie > can it handle extreme traffic... like - major traffic during a world wide ticket sale?"Read more
I am planning to create an authentication management for drupal.
From my own experience, drupal does not provide a centralized authentication so that it is not very convenient to create external login,and some developers from the drupal forum requested for help of external login.
working with moodle i found moodle provides a user-friendly authentication interface for developers or administrators to configure.