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Using Sodium to Make Blackfire Faster

We eat our own dog food. And we’re happy we do! We recently gained a huge performance boost by optimizing some of our encryption layer.

By Luc Vieillescazes, on Jun 06, 2019

Improving the Magento 2 Admin Performance

Emakina’s Alexandre Jardin used Blackfire to find a performance improvement in the Magento 2 back-office. PR submitted and approved by the Core.

By Alexandre Jardin, on Mar 06, 2019

trivago setting up Blackfire as Continuous Performance Monitoring

trivago integrated Blackfire in their workflow, even building custom integrations for Bitbucket Cloud which they hope to release as open source soon.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Jan 09, 2018

Optimizing the performance of Princeton University Press’ migration to Drupal 8

Drupal agency EvolvingWeb is back with more performance management expertise. How two lines of code can change the game in migrations.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Dec 04, 2017

Creatuity Magento 1 Performance Refactoring

Creatuity getting up to 72% improvement on SQL execution time thanks to a profiling session with Blackfire.

By Daniel Korzeniowski, on Nov 15, 2017

Optimizing Magento Application Performance In The Cloud And Beyond

Want to hear more about how Magento, Magento Cloud and Blackfire work together?

By Beau Simensen, on May 30, 2017

PHPro improving Magento 1 category pages and cron jobs performance

Thomas Brankaer, from PHPro, improved a Magento 1 store by rewriting some of its components, after finding bottlenecks with Blackfire.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Jan 18, 2017

Balance Internet adopting Blackfire.io in their Continuous Integration Workflow

Enterprise Edition user since 2015 and Blackfire Gold Solution Parnter, Balance Internet shares on how they integrated Blackfire in their CI workflow.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Jun 07, 2016

EvolvingWeb’s session on Blackfire at DrupalCon New Orleans

DrupalCon New Orleans 2016: Using Blackfire.io to Profile Your Loading Time, by @Evolvingweb

By Christophe Dujarric, on May 20, 2016

Testing the performance of your eCommerce site before going live

In the eCommerce business, you don’t want your customers abandoning their cart or quitting a product page because of poor performance, as they will likely go somewhere else to make their purchase.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Apr 05, 2016