Drupal Association Introduces New Program for Drupal Hosting Companies

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Drupal Hosting Supporter Program offers connection and collaboration with Drupal community.

The Drupal Association, the nonprofit that helps the Drupal open source project flourish, today announced a new program for hosting companies to connect with the Drupal community and help fund initiatives that further the Drupal project. The new Drupal Hosting Supporter program is designed to provide Drupal hosting providers a path to engage and educate about hosting options, best practices and each provider’s unique capabilities.

“There are many great hosting providers who are valuable members of the Drupal community today, and we know there are many more who want to engage and give back,” said Holly Ross, Executive Director of the Drupal Association. “This program gives hosting companies a meaningful path to connect with the Drupal community.”

One key feature of the Drupal Hosting Supporter program is the opportunity to take a security test. Companies who pass the security test can promote that they passed.

Other benefits include visibility on Drupal.org, in Drupal Association communications, and at DrupalCon events. There are also opportunities to educate about hosting types and best practices, and each company gets the chance to promote their unique capabilities.

Organizations interested learning more about the Drupal Hosting Supporter program can visit the program website http://ow.ly/yxxwU.

About the Drupal Association

The Drupal Association is dedicated to helping the open source Drupal CMS project flourish. Drupal powers millions of websites and software applications, from personal blogs to the largest enterprises, media publishers, universities and government agencies, including The Economist, Examiner.com and White House websites.

Drupal is constantly being improved by a community of people in 228 countries, speaking 181 languages. The Drupal Association provides the support, infrastructure and funding to grow the Drupal community, help with online collaboration at http://www.drupal.org, and produces and hosts DrupalCon events and other events around the world. Funds to support these programs come from memberships, sponsorships and donations. To learn more about the Drupal Association, the Drupal Project, and how to get involved and contribute, visit https://assoc.drupal.org/.

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