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Acquia and Drupal

Dries Buytaert created the first Drupal content management framework while finishing his master’s degree in 2000. As he was working toward his doctorate while also leading the open source Drupal project, he began to envision a company devoted to the success of Drupal and to supporting its growing community. 

To “take Drupal full-time,” Buytaert and Jay Batson founded Acquia in 2007 to provide infrastructure, support and services to enterprise organizations using Drupal, to help Drupal scale, to promote open source software, to make Drupal easier, to spur greater adoption, and to empower a thriving network of Drupalists around the world. 

Acquia initially offered managed cloud hosting and fine-tuned services for Drupal, and has now grown to provide a fully loaded digital experience platform with Drupal at its core.

Acquia brings the same pioneering spirit of Drupal to providing the world’s most ambitious brands with technology that allows them to embrace innovation and create customer moments that matter.

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Posted by David Platek
The Acquia Developer Studio (ADS) is a suite of tools providing an opinionated (yet flexible) abstraction layer for the full stack of tools a modern Drupal 8 application will leverage, returning development focus to the delivery of world-class digital experiences with Drupal. Today we are excited to announce the availability of the ADS Command-Line Interface (CLI) Public Beta Program. The ADS CLI is a self-contained cross-platform package for building and deploying…
Posted by Alex Moreno Lopez
Drupal camps are great events to see old friends and make new ones. But on top of that, if they are in places with good weather, great gastronomy and amazing beaches, the mix is just too irresistible (albeit making it really hard to sell to your company that you are really going there to work). But politics and complexities apart, there I found myself for another year (my second in Drupal Camp Spain). And note that last year this same camp was in Alicante (my home…
Posted by Alex Moreno Lopez
Migrations are not always a walk in the park and, as we have already seen in previous articles, they may need a lot of planning. If we are talking about moving from big versions (namely Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 to Drupal 8), just talking about infrastructure can cause you to start to sweat. Even in Drupal itself, the truth is (or was until recently) migrations were not fully stable and they could give you more than a headache. On top of that, building the local…
Posted by Alex Moreno Lopez
I've been interested for some time in this whole idea of decoupling Drupal and decoupled architectures: collecting links, ideas, videos, and anything that I considered useful. Here is my list. I hope you find something useful, maybe not :-). Question: Decoupling Drupal… Wait, What? Why? When? In a few words, decoupling is good because: It unleashes cutting edge front-end technologies. This is important because these front-end technologies are constantly accelerating…