Our company above all uses 3 CMSs [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Content_management_system]
Typo3, Joomla!, and Drupal since we find them the most appropriate for most of our tasks.
Check this our article to find more about it [cms-based-web-applications-fast-way-for-creation-of-web-based-solutions.html]
Sometimes our customers asks what is faster, trying to find fair answer I made a short research
in order to compare them and provide our customer as well as you with pretty graphs.
I have created virtual dedicated server with following configuration within our server
to have a picture of average hosting providers.
OS: Debian GNU/Linux lenny/sid (testing)
On all CMS returned page contains:
menu, login form, 2 articles with overall size 40Kb
As Joomla! doesn’t have built-in internationalization functionality I made tests with JoomFish 2.0beta extension
that provide that functionality and without it.
Every testing series contains results for 1, 10, and 20 simultaneous users.
turned off for Drupal, Joomla!, and Typo3;
apache web-server API: apache2.0 handler
processing model: mpm-prefork [http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/prefork.html]
So it’s time to see some results. Keep your eyes widely opened..
results in the tables are presented in milliseconds per page request
and surely smaller result is better
as you see in the tables and on graphs
**Drupal is noticeably faster then competitors
**joomfish is a break for Joomla but it is very important extension and very likely it is installed on your system
**without JoomFish Joomla! can be even faster then Typo3