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Drupal is an Open Source content management framework written in PHP. Drupal provides a back-end framework for at least 2.3% of all websites worldwide, from blogs to commercial sites.
Drupal is an “out of the box” web content management tool and a customizable platform — to help you build the right tool to serve your content management strategy. Business and technology leaders use Drupal to create real-world enterprise solutions that empower web innovation. When assessing Drupal, it’s important to envision your goals and ask, “Can Drupal be used to build this?” The answer nearly always is “yes.” Drupal offers limitless potential with native features and module extensions — it’s a platform for the next disruptive technology without disruption to your business.
- Highly Scalable
Drupal’s scalability means it can manage the largest, most high-traffic sites in the world. Sites that experience daily high traffic, like Weather.com and sites that see periodic spikes in traffic, like Grammy.com and the publications of Time, Inc. (like SI.com), all use Drupal to ensure scalability as traffic and content grow.
Build responsive sites and also create web applications that deliver optimal visitor experiences, no matter what device they’re on. Drupal supports responsive design best practices and ensures your users get a seamless content experience every time, on every device.
- Integrated Digital Applications
Drupal integrates easily with a broad ecosystem of digital marketing technology and other business applications, so you can use the best set of tools today and flex with new tools tomorrow. And Drupal’s API-first focus means connecting content to other sites and applications, making content more powerful.
Drupal’s community provides countless eyes and ears to help keep Drupal sites secure. Rely on your team, but also on the Open Source community, to identify vulnerabilities and create/deliver patches automatically to protect your websites and your business. And never lose a night’s sleep.