Standing Cloud posts
Standing Cloud represented at DrupalCon this year with Joni Klippert, head of customer development and Amy Seals, UI architect, on the scene. Here's what went down:
Acquia's new DevCloud product: This is Acquia's single-server offering, featuring a three-tiered development platform (test, staging and production) and drag and drop capabilities. Command line version is coming soon. It'll migrate your site from Drupal Gardens, or let you pick your own distribution. This offering is primarily geared toward developers, and the company "pledges" to "NOT let you fail."
If you haven't seen it yet, WordPress 3.1 is pretty cool. It starts with an admin bar at the top of your site so you always have easy and direct access to your dashboard. Additional features include:
- Redesigned linking workflow, making it easier to link existing posts and pages, especially useful for publishers of large sites digging through to find past posts to link to
- Streamlined writing interface that hides many of the seldom-used panels by default for a cleaner experience
One key to our service is the breadth of cloud hosts we support, and this week we add a new one: Linode. But that's not all -— Fat Tony also offers you the following features, which you cannot refuse:
- Users may now host applications on Linode. We've added Linode to the bevy of clouds upon which users can host their applications.
Standing Cloud has a lot more to offer than most shared hosting companies. Watch to see how we stack up to the competition.
Clearcode is a charter member of the Standing Cloud Partner Program. As a Partner, Clearcode is listed as a solution provider in the Standing Cloud Application Network and enjoys volume pricing. New member Partners also receive a year of free hosting for one application as a way to learn about the Standing Cloud service. If you’d like to join the Partner Program, click here.
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