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[News] Comparison Between Free/Libre CMSs: Plone and Drupal

  • Subject: [News] Comparison Between Free/Libre CMSs: Plone and Drupal
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 05 Nov 2009 07:31:16 +0000
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Plone and Drupal: Different Approaches, Different Results

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| When you start Plone, you spool up the Zope 
| application server and then Plone on top of it.  
| Zope tends to use quite a bit of RAM so expect 
| very large memory footprints for Plone compared 
| to a system run on LAMP architecture.  Plone 
| also spools a large number of content items 
| into RAM as well. This feature is configurable 
| and results in somewhat better performance if 
| you have the RAM to handle it.  My own view is 
| that Zope and Plone are built with this large 
| content cache to improve upon marginal 
| performance, perhaps due to the custom object 
| database that comes native to Plone.


SaaS as a security investment

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| SMEs may not be spending so much on security, 
| and some are turning to open source to reduce 
| capex. Security may be seen as just another 
| tick  and open-source products appear a low-
| cost alternative.



Duke using Drupal

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| Earlier this afternoon, I blogged about
| Stanford using Drupal. Well, if Stanford isn't
| enough for you, check out the main page for
| Duke University, recently redesigned using
| Drupal.


Stanford using Drupal

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| I've been around the web long enough to know a
| good-looking site when I see one --
| http://shc.stanford.edu is a good looking
| site. It is the home page of the Stanford
| Humanities Center, and it uses Drupal.

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