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« on: 09-11-2011 11:05:11 »

Hi:

As I have a very large database of images of more than thirty-two thousand (32,000) I want to move all images to a CDN such as MaxCDN or Amazon CloudFront.

How would this impact JoomGallery, and can I move the entire directory structure to a CDN network?

Ideally, I would be able to use a Push Zone, but that would mean that any new files I upload to JoomGallery would need to be pushed (uploaded) to the CDN network, so the default JoomGallery directories which are located in the following directories within the Joomla install:

images/joomgallery/details/
images/joomgallery/originals/
images/joomgallery/thumbnails/
media/joomgallery/images/

would need to be pointing to the appropriate buckets on the CDN and that JoomGallery would have the ability to authenticate to add, delete, edit and otherwise manipulate files on the CDN.

Is JoomGallery designed to allow for that? If yes, can you provide documentation or information about that? If not, do you have any advice or suggestions on how I may be able to do that?

This is very important, as I stated, I have over 32,000 images which take up more than 10Gb of space.

Thank you.
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« Reply #1 on: 04-06-2012 15:41:55 »

Can one of the developers answer this?  I have a similar need.
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