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The last year has witnessed significant enhancements to the publishing performance of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager. This session included a technical overview by our Senior Software Architect, Paul ...

The last year has witnessed significant enhancements to the publishing performance of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager. This session included a technical overview by our Senior Software Architect, Paul Kelly, and a client case-study from David Gibson of the University of Glasgow

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    TERMINALFOUR t44u 2012 - Publish and transfer TERMINALFOUR t44u 2012 - Publish and transfer Presentation Transcript

    • Proposed Publish & Transfer Enhancements
    • Introduction • Significant improvements over last 12 months • Many Publish & Transfer enhancements • Publish • Publish Multi-threading on a per-section basis • Only write changed pages / files • Only publish changed fulltext pages • And many more “under the hood” • Transfer • Transfer Multi-threading on Hash GenerationRoadmap: Publish & Transfer 2
    • Proposed Changes • Tighter integration between Publish & Transfer • Publishing • Transfer will “listen” during publish for any changed files that are written to disk • Copy file into a separate “Transfer Folder” for later transfer • Separate “Transfer Folder” per publish • On publish completion, Transfer Manager will immediately have a list of files to be transferredRoadmap: Publish & Transfer 3
    • Proposed Changes • Transfer • Hash Generation will no longer be required • All files required for transfer will be in a single “Transfer Folder” • Any Transfer Pre-Process will operate on the “Transfer Folder” • Don’t automatically transfer if over “X” files to be transferred (configurable) • Administrators informed and can “release” the transferRoadmap: Publish & Transfer 4
    • Proposed Changes • Transfer • New and Improved mechanisms for Transfer will be available • Upload single ZIP file and extract directly on webserver • SCP / FTPS / SFTPRoadmap: Publish & Transfer 5
    • Proposed Changes • Queuing Mechanism for All Publishes / Transfers • Automatic Prioritisation for Scheduled Publishes • “Publish Now” Requests Batched • User Can View “their” queueRoadmap: Publish & Transfer 6
    • Proposed Changes • Administrator Management of Queue • View / Modify / Delete Queued Publishes • View Generated Publish Output • Link to Publish Reports • Widget on Dashboard for Quick View • Web Services to Allow Queue Management Externally • Transfer Requests Batched • Queued Alongside Publish RequestsRoadmap: Publish & Transfer 7