Managed Hosting

Fully Managed Drupal Hosting

Let a professional take care of your site.

A professional maintaining and updating your Drupal modules, monitoring and tuning your MySQL database, configuring and maintaining Linux, Apache, and PHP (LAMP stack) software specifically for a Drupal environment, and keeping you from having to talk Geek with a traditional hosting company.

Why Choose Drupal Managed Hosting?

  • You understand time is money, and your time is better spent working on your business.
  • You wish that "Easy" button on TV was real!
  • Your customer data is at risk because of constant module updates.

Managed Drupal Dedicated Servers

If you need bigger iron, we also provide fully managed Drupal dedicated servers. Prices do vary based upon what's available at the time. Here is an example of a fully managed Drupal server we put into production for a client:

Base Server:
» CPU: 12 cores, 24 threads 8 cores, 16 threads
» RAM: 48GB 24GB
» Drive 1: 128GB SSD
» Drive 2: None
» IPv4 Addresses: 5
» Bandwidth: 1 Gbps network connection w/ 30TB traffic 100mbit unmetered
» Operating System: Centos 6 64bit
» IPv6 Addresses: /64 Ipv6
» WHM/cPanel
» » $250 / month « «

Upgrades Available:

What is a DNS cluster and why is the IDA cluster good for me?

What is a DNS cluster?

DNS clustering is using multiple nameservers that share the same records, located in different geographic areas to serve your DNS records.

Why is using a DNS cluster beneficial?

Nameservers in different locations, using different providers, in different datacenters, and on different uplinks removes the DNS single point of failure issue with using a DNS server on your hosting machine. e.g. As long as one nameserver in the cluster is functional, then people can still find and load your website.

Drupal Managed Hosting - NonProfits (50% off)

Drupal Managed Hosting (Details)

We offer managed hosting for the Drupal Content Management System (CMS).

Starting at US $400 per quarter includes hosting and quarterly non-bug fix updates.

A few reasons this might be for you

  • When your hosting firm asks, “Do you want a bash, corn or seashell?” You're wondering what a beach has to do with your hosting account. And, hey wait!, did they just ask to hit you?
  • You've already had one hosting's junior support 'specialist' take out a production site because they repaired a table without doing a backup first.
  • You don't know why "repairing a table without doing a backup first" is bad.