As Karl recommends, drilling dry with a metal drill bit (HSS or Carbide) is the basic information that you need.
As far as drilling speed goes, you can refer to a cutting speed chart and do a bit of math.
Aluminum's cutting speed is
350-400 fpm or
106,680-121,920 mm/minute. The distance travelled by a point on the outermost edge of the bit during one revolution is
D*pi = 10.9955743 mm.
This gives roughly 9,700 to 11,100 RPM for your drilling speed. Most handheld drills can't get over 2,500 RPM, so you shouldn't have to worry about drilling too fast if you're using one.
This website has a drilling/cutting speed chart along with a calculator.