JetRails, a managed website hosting provider, has become a supporting partner of the Drupal Association. This non-profit is dedicated to accelerating the Drupal software project by fostering the Drupal community and supporting its growth.
Drupal is the open-source content management software used by millions of people and organizations around the world. It is made possible by a community of 100,000-plus contributors and enabling more than 1.3 million users on Drupal.org.
This new alliance would speak to the commitment of the JetRails team to support the Drupal community with tailored, scalable, highly optimized, and fully managed Drupal website hosting solutions. Whether Drupal website stakeholders leverage JetRails dedicated servers and clusters, or managed services with AWS and Digital Ocean, JetRails can provide them with security, speed, scalability, stability, and support.
“We’ve seen increased demand from within the Drupal ecosystem for our white-glove approach to web hosting,” said Robert Rand, Director of Partnerships & Alliances, JetRails. “We’re excited to be participating in the Drupal community, and were especially excited to be able to support the Drupal Association during their ‘Drupal Cares’ initiative, a program to make up for COVID-19 related budget challenges.”
The Drupal Association relies on supporting partners, like JetRails, to support their mission.
“The JetRails team is a great example of good citizenship in the Drupal community. Their partnership with the Drupal Association and their participation in the #DrupalCares campaign has helped to fund programs that improve the project for every Drupal user out there,” said Tim Lehnen, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Drupal Association. “Their hosting platform is thoughtfully designed to meet your Drupal-specific needs, not just a generic slice of a generic VM – and their team will work directly with yours to meet your needs.”