Acquia is constantly working to improve our service offerings, and that means cleaning up existing features and adding new ones that we know will make a big difference in people’s workflow for the better. Despite the scale of some of these improvements, they’re not always immediately visible at first glance, so I’ve taken a bit of time to highlight three recent ones.
I am pleased to be able to announce that Acquia is a core sponsor of this year's Bay Area Drupal Camp. We've been part of BAD Camp and sponsored before, but it's a privilege to be part of making Drupal's largest and best free, annual event a reality again this year. And we're so excited about everything going on: hiring, sessions, summits, and more! Old friends and new, stop by our table and say hi.
Only five days after its latest release, Acquia today released another update to its namesake Drupal distribution -- and it's a doozy. The package itself includes modules that give you the first chance to try out the company's new search product, while a separate release ("DAMP") will help get Drupal beginners up and running MUCH faster than before. (It also includes another gorgeous new theme from TopNotchThemes, which I might use in one of my own projects.)
Acquia, the company that tries to make money from open source “social publishing service” Drupal, announced several additions today to the services it offers for websites built using Drupal.
Perhaps most significantly, Acquia now offers to host websites in the Internet cloud. That’s not a hugely innovative idea, but it does mean that any company wanting to build a Drupal website can treat Acquia as the “one-stop shop” for getting that site up-and-running.
Acquia, which offers a commercially supported version of the open source Drupal content management system is out with a series of announcements today. The company has a new CEO, Tom Erickson, who was formerly CEO of Systinet, which he sold to Mercury Interactive. Acquia has also announced a public beta of Acquia Search, a hosted service, as well as cloud-based Drupal hosting, and Drupal stack installers for Windows and the Mac.
Acquia, a company that provides open source software for the Drupal CMS, announced the public beta release of its Search tool Wednesday. Those who want to use it can download from Acquia's site and install it as a module on any Drupal 6 site. According to the company, the search will provide navigation, content recommendations, and configurable results weighting. It's built on a redundant hosted service infrastructure, requiring no servers to deploy or manage. The public beta is free and available now with an Acquia Network subscription.
Drupal services provider and lead Drupal commercial sponsor Acquia has a new CEO and is now offering new Content Management System (CMS) options, it was revealed recently. Drupal is a popular Open Source (OS) Content Management System (CMS) that is supported by a loyal community. A diverse number of companies including NASA, Sony, MTV and Mozilla use the solution for their websites. Acquia’s new CEO believes his new company can help grow the Drupal community further.
Acquia's new CEO isn't the only major development for Drupal this week. Acquia also rolled out a new search service for Drupal Web sites, cloud-based hosting, and new Drupal application stacks. The plan is that new releases will give Acquia a greater competitive edge against commercial competitors while providing additional support for its open source code base.