What is Drupal?

Drupal is probably the hottest CMS tools available on the web. It allows you to fairly quickly develop just about any site – a private blog, an online community, a multimedia site, an online store, etc. Drupal has long been awarded for it’s dependability and stability – this is the reason why it’s been picked as the platform behind quite a few of the most important web sites online, including the Economist.com and WhiteHouse.gov.

Drupal also has an extremely substantial & dynamic community. It includes over 500,000 contributors that create designs, add–ons and will support you with any question you publish in Drupal message board.

Drupal is a trademark of Dries Buytaert and shares no connection with Ultimate Hosting.

Drupal–Optimized Linux Shared Hosting Service Services

With Ultimate Hosting’s Drupal Linux shared hosting service solution, you’ll have your website or web application set up on the web in just minutes. Merely select Drupal in the web app drop–down menu on the order form and we will install your Drupal copy as soon as we create your Linux shared hosting service account. So you could start taking care of your web site right after you log in.

Each individual Drupal Linux shared hosting service plan incorporates a collection of service guarantees that make sure of the trouble–free functionality of your web sites. We’re going to prepare your Drupal account totally free and will back it up with a 99.9% uptime guarantee. Furthermore, with Ultimate Hosting’s 30–day money–back guarantee, you are able to ask for your money back if you’re not fulfilled.

A Point & Click Web Hosting Control Panel

The Drupal Linux shared hosting service packages include a user–friendly and uncomplicated Web Hosting Control Panel, which has been exclusively designed by us. It is available in a variety of languages and designs, enabling you to personalize it as per your personal taste. The Control Panel has an easy to use interface with a host of tools, which will supply you with total command over the content of your web site.

You’ll get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your Drupal files are going to be placed, a Database Manager for your own databases, together with an all–inclusive Mail Accounts Manager from which you can manage all of your email messages. On top of that, you will be granted access to a comprehensive statistics tool that will update you with real–time details about your traffic and resource consumption.