Why and How I migrated from Drupal to Jekyll
Aug 17, 2011, 22:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Guillermo Garron)
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"s you can see in order to keep a server ready to receive the
next tsunami of visits, I had to do too much work keeping Apache,
PHP, MySQL, Nginx, Varnish and Drupal up to date and secured, also
being sure that all of them could work in sync.
"I heard about Movable Type, and loved the idea of the static
content, it can be compared to Drupal working together with boost
module, but in the case of Movable Type if the backend application
dies, you will not be able to post new articles but all your site
will still be alive, while in the case of Drupal, if somehow the
application stops working, after the expiration period your site
will become off-line, or if someone wanted to open a page not yet
cached, he won't be able to do it."