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A technical plan for success: Preparing to optimize 4,000+ sites at NYU

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Session Description:
Universities today leverage WordPress Multisite to empower students, update faculty content and course notes, and bring entire communities together. With large multisites and small teams, it is common for performance headaches to occur: faculty can’t update or create course sites, students can’t blog and share their stories, and the internal dev team struggles with losing insight and coverage over such a large network. To avoid small issues from becoming large bottlenecks, internal teams need to be set up with a winning process.

In this session we’ll lay the groundwork on what that process should look like beginning with the technical audit and leading to the implementation of a full webops toolkit. We’ll cover this session utilizing our client, NYU, as an example along the way.

Daniel Cunsolo

What is WPCampus?
WPCampus 2017 was the second annual in-person conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. The event took place July 14-15 on the campus of Canisius College in Buffalo, New York. Learn more about the event at

Daniel Cunsolo

  • Senior WordPress Engineer, FlowPress

Daniel is an experienced senior developer with a demonstrated history of working with enterprise environments. He is skilled in PHP, WordPress, JavaScript and mobile applications. He’s passionate about exploring new technologies through continuous improvement to the engineering process. Daniel is a developer on many specialty brand sites used by millions of Canadians, including The Loop, MTV Canada, Space, MUCH and FORA. He has worked on award-winning brand partnerships including Rogue Shark, Ford Limitless, Xperia Made of Imagination and IN24. He has experience working with a variety web APIs and frameworks such as Knockout, AngularJS, Foundation and Bootstrap to build custom front ends for WordPress.

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