Our project team is made up of two certified Magento Developers and one Solutions Specialist who provide comprehensive, impartial code audits, with the intention of making your Magento platform more stable, secure and scalable.
The audit reports we provide are very comprehensive and are designed to be actionable, so you can apply the fixes either in-house or via your development resource, without the need for further consulting work. Alternatively, we can apply the changes if you’d prefer or lack resource. We’ve worked on Magento Community and Enterprise sites from all over the world and the developers on our team have experience of resolving a wide range of complex Magento issues on websites of all sizes.
Both of the developers who work on the audits have all of the currently available Magento developer certifications and have experience of working on large-scale Magento stores and complex integrations / custom extensions, as well as assessing stores. The vast majority of our experience with with Magento CE and EE version 1.x, we’re still very new to Magento 2.
- Full review of Magento codebase
- Review of changes to core code (and any issues caused)
- Detailed review of all third party extensions
- Detailed review of all custom extensions
- Review of server architecture and logs
- Review of theme and front-end assets
- Performance review (highlighting core issues)
- Review of database performance and issues
- Review of security patches and known vulnerabilities
More Information on the process
In order to complete the audit – we will require access to your server, your Magento back-end, Git / SVN access and also Google Analytics, just in case we need to analyse the impact of any changes.
We begin working on the research phase of the audit once this access has been granted and we’ve had an initial discovery session around the issues you’re currently facing and also what you’d like to get out of the audit.
We usually deliver the audit within 2-3 weeks. Once we’ve delivered the audit, we would then either have a phone conversation to discuss the findings or we’d answer any questions you have around the areas covered or around implementing the fixes. The audit would also include a prioritised list of all of the issues raised – ordered by impact and complexity to fix.
If you’d prefer for us to implement the changes, we can do this for an additional cost.