What is Drupal?

Drupal is an open–source CMS platform, which is the system behind a lot of web sites and apps, for example – a portion of the most significant websites on the internet for instance – Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov. It is looked after by a worldwide community of over 500,000 clients and designers who frequently add new updates as well as include the latest technologies on the web.

You can use Drupal to construct virtually any website – a small blog, discussion board, a media web site, a webstore, etc. Thanks to the large number of offered add–on modules and preconfigured themes for feature–rich websites, you will find a really good foundation for jump–starting your site.

Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert and is not affiliated with Web Hosting - newezone.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Cloud Packages Services

Using the Drupal Linux cloud packages solution, you can get your web site or application installed on the www in a matter of minutes. Just go for Drupal in the web application drop–down menu on the order form and we’re going to install your Drupal copy as soon as we put together your account. By doing this you could start dealing with your web site immediately after you log in.

Each and every Drupal Linux cloud packages deal offers a collection of service guarantees that ensure the trouble–free functionality of one’s websites. We’ll prepare your Drupal account 100% free and will back it up with a 99.9% uptime guarantee. Additionally, with Web Hosting - newezone’s 30–day money–back guarantee, you’ll be able to demand your money back if you’re not satisfied.

A Point & Click Web Control Panel

Web Hosting - newezone’s Drupal Linux cloud packages plans feature an uncomplicated Web Control Panel, that was 100% developed by us. It’s offered in several languages and colors, which enables you to customize it as per your personal taste. The Control Panel incorporates a point and click interface that has a host of applications, which will offer you total command over the content of your site.

You get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files are going to be located, a Databases Manager for your personal databases, together with an all–inclusive Mailbox Manager from where you can administer all of your email messages. Furthermore, you get access to a comprehensive stats tool which will update you with real–time information about your traffic and resource consumption.