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Pantheon, which offers SaaS-based content management systems based on open-source Drupal, now aims to make it easier for customers to manage multiple sites from one place, said company founder and CEO Zack Rosen.
The IT department of the future may look a lot like marketing. As more companies make digital marketing a priority, budgets are shifting from IT and the CIO to marketing and the CMO. Small teams must now launch websites quickly, with fewer IT resources than before. Today Pantheon, the all-in-one Drupal platform, announced the availability of Pantheon One...
If you’re a site owner or manager of a development team — someone who helps web developers stay productive and on-task — you face an interesting challenge. You need to support, motivate and coordinate a group of people who are basically doing magic.
Following is a guest post by Zack Rosen, co-founder and CEO of Pantheon. Pantheon is building “A big badass platform that will run 30% of the Internet.” They are making it easy for professionals to build, launch, and run websites. Pantheon is one of the Silent Killers in our portfolio – and I’m immensely proud of the progress they are making...
Drupal-based cloud platform Pantheon is launching a new feature today called Multidev, which it says addresses the No. 1 request from the developers using the platform — the ability to “fork” every aspect of a web development project so that large teams can collaborate.
Coinciding with DrupalCon in Portland, Oregon, this week, SendGrid is excited to announce a partnership with Pantheon to provide developers building websites on Pantheon’s breakthrough Drupal platform the ability to access SendGrid as an integrated offering for scalable, reliable delivery of transactional email.
SendGrid, the leader in email deliverability, today announced the company has partnered with all-in-one Drupal platform Pantheon. The partnership gives developers building websites on Pantheon's breakthrough Drupal platform the ability to access SendGrid as an integrated offering for scalable, reliable delivery of transactional email.
This Q & A reveals how and why businesses trust Pantheon to take their mission-critical websites from dev sandboxes to live sites with millions of page views--all without ever changing infrastructures.
The explosion of infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service offerings has greatly expanded the ways in which hobbyists and professionals deploy web sites and web services. For about the same cost as cheapo shared hosting, you can get your own small virtual machine at any number of providers, allowing you to tweak the entire instance to just the way you want it.
The Web Is Thriving—It’s Hosting That’s Dead: Pantheon Offers Website Owners A Bright Future in the Cloud
Today’s website owners are turning to Pantheon, the all-in-one Drupal platform, to meet needs that traditional hosting providers are unable to serve. Pantheon’s technology, which enables users to build, launch and run websites, is based on a cutting-edge Web-scale infrastructure...
The Pantheon is an ancient temple to the gods, who ruled from the clouds above. So, it’s fitting that Pantheon is the name of a company that provides a platform in the cloud where developers can worship Drupal, the open source web content management system. A platform that the company said this week, is getting over one billion hits a month.
Drupal-based site management startup Pantheon now serves more than 1 billion web hits a month, an impressive milestone for a service that launched fully nine months ago.
Today Pantheon, the all-in-one Drupal platform, announced that the company is now serving over a billion Web hits a month. Since the company’s worldwide launch nine months ago, thousands of Web development firms, corporations and media companies have chosen Pantheon to run their websites in the cloud...
Pantheon, a San Francisco-based startup that provides businesses with a cloud-based content-management system for hosting and managing content based on the Drupal software, has raised $5 million in a Series A round of funding, it announced Tuesday.
Drupal-based content management startup Pantheon has raised a $5 million first round of funding from Foundry Group and a few others to help move enterprise website management to the cloud, the company announced today.
Platform Provider Pantheon Selects New Relic As App Management Tool Of Choice For Its Customers’ Critical Drupal Deployment
Today we announced our partnership with Pantheon. Built by Drupal developers for Drupal developers, Pantheon’s platform makes it easy for companies to develop, test, host and manage custom Drupal sites in the cloud. Now Pantheon customers can use New Relic Standard free of charge to monitor and manage their Drupal apps.
San Francisco-based Pantheon opened its doors to the public today after a year building its Web development platform for Drupal sites. (Drupal is an open-source content management system). Pantheon is a combination of a Web development tool in the cloud and a Web hosting and management service.
Pantheon, a content management service provider for enterprises, has officially launched out of beta and is now focused on helping customers move their site management tools completely to the cloud.
If you’re a major organization like the University of Southern California or a publication like The Economist, it’s still a big undertaking to build and maintain a website that suits your needs. Enter Pantheon: A new service for running a sophisticated Drupal-based website in the cloud.