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New Relic Disrupts Application Management With Free Real User Monitoring

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Tuesday, May 17, 2011
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Marketwire

Today, New Relic announced the release of real user monitoring as part of its core SaaS application performance management offering. Effective immediately, all New Relic users will have free access to the new capability. Now, with over 10,000 active accounts reporting over 6 billion performance metrics per day, New Relic is the single, all-in-one performance analytics product that allows businesses to manage and monitor web application performance from the browser to the line of code.

"Web app builders and owners care about their user's experience. The fact is, speed matters. Seeing exactly what real users are experiencing in a web app or web site provides tremendous value for both platform providers and their customers. New Relic lets any company gain critical visibility into web performance with immediate time to value." - Dries Buytaert, Co-creator Drupal, CTO Acquia

Lingotek Inside - Drupal Enables Community Participants to Translate Content Inside Drupal Applications

DRAPER, UT, May 4, 2011 - Lingotek, the leader in collaborative translation solutions, today announced a partnership with Acquia, the enterprise guide to Drupal. Working together, Lingotek and Acquia will offer Lingotek's Collaborative Translation Software to the Drupal community allowing Drupal community members to translate large amounts of content.

Acquia Speaks on Drupal in the Enterprise & Future of Content at 2011 CMS Expo

WOBURN, Mass, May 3, 2011 - Acquia, the world's leading provider of commercial open source social publishing solutions for Drupal, today announced that Dries Buytaert, Co-founder and CTO, and Bryan House, VP of Marketing, will be sharing their insights for web-based business owners, developers and marketers on Drupal in the Enterprise and the Future of Content during the 2011 CMS Expo Learning and Business Conference on May 2-4.

Gov embraces Drupal for web needs

More government departments and agencies - including WhiteHouse.gov - are using content management system Drupal to build a web presence that aligns with their mission goals.
When he took office, President Obama called for more openness and transparency in government; Drupal allows agencies to put information online and incorporate social functions like Twitter and Facebook integration, blogs and forums.

Open Source Drupal In Gov: Dries and Tim Bertrand of Acquia

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Gov't 2.0 Radio

Open Source Websites in Government: Dries Buytaert and Tim Bertrand of Acquia join Gov 2.0 Radio’s Adriel Hampton and Steve Ressler for a discussion of open source software and open government. Dries, who created the popular content management system Drupal 10 years ago as a student, calls on the government community to give back to the open source community while expanding usefulness of the technology.

Dries Buytaert talks Drupal and leadership in open source

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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CIO

Drupal creator and project lead, Dries Buytaert, speaks passionately about the company he began as a hobby during his college days, with the business reach of Buytaert now extending into software company Acquia and Mollom.

Computerworld Australia caught up with Buytaert while he was in Australia for the first DrupalDownunder 2011 conference held last month in Brisbane, with the developer addressing claims that Drupal is a complex content management system (CMS) that becomes unmanageable once it is customised.

“At the end of the day, a content management system like Drupal is a complex tool," he said. "Building a complex website is not necessarily easy. It’s not a magical tool that will automatically build your website for you; it still needs some tweaking and some learning.”

Drupal's Dries Buytaert makes call for developers

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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CIO

A passion for PHP, as well as a strong developer community, has been vital to Drupal’s success, founder Dries Buytaert said.

Speaking to Computerworld Australia, Buytaert said Drupal’s growth can be partly attributed to the fact that the open source content management system (CMS) is written in PHP.

“I think one of the reasons Drupal grew and is one of the dominant systems on the Web is because it’s written in PHP,” he said. “The reason is that PHP is very accessible, it’s very easy for developers to open the code and make any changes.”

While Buytaert has no regrets writing Drupal in PHP, he said the company’s growth has resulted in an increased need for PHP developers.

Drupal Founder Dries Buytaert Heading Down Under

Drupal tour kicks-off in Australia

Woburn, MA – January 20, 2011 – Acquia, the enterprise guide to Drupal, today announced that Drupal founder and project lead Dries Buytaert will be kicking-off his Drupal tour in Australia. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Drupal and the release of Drupal 7, Dries will be embarking on a trip down under to listen, learn, and educate enterprises and the media about the value of Drupal, the open source social publishing system.

6 Web Pioneers on What the Internet of the Future Will Look Like

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Mashable

Throughout 2010, I made a habit of wrapping up interviews with what I am sure was perceived as a cruelly broad question: “What do you think the future Internet will look like?”

The responses I received varied a great deal, but usually began with something along the lines of “Wow. That’s a big question.”

Open source Drupal takes Gardens path to big business

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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The Register

Open..and Shut Even as we rapidly approach a future where most software lives on the web, with acronyms like HTML5 and SaaS pointing the way, it's easy to overlook a primary building blog of yesterday's web, Drupal, and its effects on the future web. Drupal founder Dries Buytaert claims that Drupal already powers one per cent of the web. Could it do more?

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