We offer a range of hosting options for our client to suit any Drupal website; from Australian based shared hosting through to specialised scalability cloud hosting.
The advantages of these solutions for you include:
- One point of call for both website and hosting issues (no blame shifting between vendors)
- No compatibility problems with your website
- Robust performance, excellent uptime
- Greater access for GreenAcorn support staff for faster issue resolution and lower support costs
Note that we do not directly implement hosting ourselves as we believe that this is best handled by the specialist providers with whom we have partnered.
We will provide recommendations of the level of hosting that will best suit your website by reviewing your audience and needs. Contact us for more information.
Amazon Web Services Hosting Partner
Shared hosting on AWS servers from Corvo Services with CPanel administrative back-end. This is the most common choice for entry level hosting and one that is not hard on your budget.
Fully Australian based and managed, no offshore storage.
By hosting within Australia you can expect faster response time, local support teams and other benefits over offshore providers. This will meet the Queensland Information Privacy Act 2009 section covering the transfer of personal data outside of Australia that influences the ICT regulations of many organisations.
Offshore Hosting Partner
Mid-range plus cloud based hosting on Pantheon.
Currently only offered as an off-shore solution, Pantheon provides great tools and is ideal for international websites.
High end Hosting Partner
The ultimate top end hosting that is finely tuned to your CMS is Acquia.
Acquia’s open cloud platform delivers scalability, security, and high performance. They have numerous entry points and support options.
If you already have a website hosting provider for your Drupal website, this is not a problem. We can work on any hosting provided it meets the specifications required for your Drupal version and any third-party tools.
Last updated 20 September 2016
Last reviewed 30 September 2015