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How to optimize Umbraco 8 performance

Learn how to optimize a site running Umbraco 8 with a Microsoft SQL Server database back-end.

Out of the box, Umbraco is a well built and pretty fast content management system. However, it is important you perform some steps to further optimize Umbraco’s performance and loading speed. Here on Sysadmins of the North, I wrote about “11+ tips to optimize Umbraco CMS” earlier, and in this post I write about implementing them. On a just installed and running website.

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Configure SQLServer sessionState for Umbraco

Configure Umbraco for SQLServer sessionState storage, for your sessions. This post explains how to prepare your Umbraco website for a high performance web garden or web farm, and load balancing environments: Store your ASP.NET / Umbraco sessions out-of-process (OutProc). As opposed to the default in-process (inProc) sessions, where sessions are saved in the worker process.

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