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Views 3 + Apache Solr + Acquia Drupal = The Future of Search

For the last six months, Scott Reynolds has been keeping a big juicy secret. As the maintainer of the Apache Solr Views module, he knows just how cool the future of Drupal Search is going to be. His module, based on an idea and code from Thomas Seidl, lets you make custom searches against the Solr index the same way you currently make views against the MySQL database.

XDebug, Komodo, and the Acquia Drupal Stack Installer

The Acquia Drupal Stack installer for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) has been released, and it’s pretty cool (works on 10.5 Leopard, too, of course). I’m now using it as my primary development environment, replacing MAMP. In this article I show how you can configure the stack installer to use XDebug for step through debugging.

Free Acquia Hosting

Last week at DrupalCon Paris, we announced Acquia Hosting, a highly available cloud-based hosting platform tuned for Drupal performance and scalability. Technical details can be found in my announcement blog post.

Forum One's DataMasher Receives First Place in 'Apps for America 2' Contest

Data Comparison Application Powered by Acquia Drupal

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sept. 10, 2009 – Forum One’s DataMasher took first place out of 47 entries in Sunlight Labs Apps for America 2 contest, a competition in which participants were challenged to build a web site or internet application that makes federal data more accessible, interesting, and valuable.

Acquia Removes the Complexity and Cost of Drupal Site Maintenance

Remote Update and Maintenance Service Ensures Security and Peace of Mind

Andover, MA – September 9, 2009-- Acquia, the enterprise guide to social publishing, today announced the availability of Remote Administration services for enterprise customers. Providing a single contact point for expert Drupal support and application administration, this latest addition to the Acquia Network allows businesses to outsource routine updates and maintenance on their Drupal servers and focus their Web development resources on high priority, business-oriented projects.

Stacking up Drupal

Why the Acquia Drupal Stack is now the Drupal development stack of choice. Drupal On-ramp - Personal experiences at Drupal events in recent months and reports from friends and colleagues indicate that the Acquia Drupal Stack Installer is really changing the installation experience for new users. This incredibly fast, painless on-ramp experience - it lets you get right into "Drupalling" without fighting with ports, permissions, or database connections - is winning over new users at Drupal Camps around the world.

Acquia Hosting now available

For a number of months now, my personal website ran on a development version of Acquia Hosting (previously referred to with the code name Acquia Fields). There is nothing better than eating your own dog food. You have to eat a lot of it, and you have to start eating it early on. Either way, today at DrupalCon, we announced that Acquia Hosting is commercially available.

Drupal Gardens

Acquia had two big product announcements at DrupalCon Paris. The first was the general availability of Acquia Hosting, which I'll blog about tomorrow. The second is a status update on "Acquia Gardens" which we first announced in the beginning of 2009.

Acquia Offers Sneak Peek of Drupal Gardens at Drupalcon Paris 2009

Going from Design to Online with Drupal Has Never Been Easier

Drupalcon, Paris – September 2, 2009-- Acquia, the enterprise guide to social publishing, today gave attendees at Drupalcon Paris 2009 their first look at Drupal Gardens. Previously code-named Acquia Gardens, Drupal Gardens is Acquia’s anticipated software-as-a-service version of Drupal that speeds the design and deployment of Drupal social publishing sites for new, non-technical users including small business owners and web designers.

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