Enable gzip compression for your website using htaccess file

Gzip compression is a method of compressing files to make them them smaller so that it will be faster for network transfers. It is a standard practice that we must enable compression for production websites. We can enable gzip compression by adding following set of code in your .htaccess file.

Drupal Memcache Accessing caches from Slabs and Deleting using keys.

Memcached is an open source, distributed memory object caching system that alleviates database load to speed up dynamic Web applications. Memcached stores data according to a key. Data can be of various sizes so you can store small bits (like 1 record pulled from the database) or you can store huge chunks of data (like hundreds of records, or entire finished html pages).