Acquia

4.2
(42)

Acquia is the open source digital experience company. We provide the world’s most ambitious brands with technology that gives them the freedom to embrace innovation and create customer moments that matter.

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Acquia Features

Content

Content Authoring

Drafting and publishing content is intuitive and non-technical.

91%
(Based on 23 reviews)

Rich Text Editor

Formatting content is straight-forward and painless.

87%
(Based on 23 reviews)

Versioning

Keep track of incrementally changing versions of the same content.

82%
(Based on 23 reviews)

Plug-ins/Widgets/Apps

Available gadgets and modules suit the needs of your site and are easily incorperated onto the page.

86%
(Based on 23 reviews)

Approval Process

Can easily institute an approval routing process between authors and editors.

85%
(Based on 20 reviews)

Content Queue

Easily schedule content to be published at a certain time and in a certain order.

87%
(Based on 21 reviews)

Asset Management

System allows the storage and management of rich media files.

87%
(Based on 22 reviews)

Internal Search

Able to search your content based on keyword, metadata, tags, etc.

88%
(Based on 21 reviews)

Content Repository

Content--both published and yet-to-be published--can be intuitively managed, edited, tagged, approved, and stored.

91%
(Based on 21 reviews)

Hosting Plans

Shared Hosting

Host a website on a server shared by other websites. Server resources, such as CPU time, memory, and disk space, are shared by all accounts hosted on the server.

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Reseller Hosting

Rent server space from a hosting provider and subsequently sublet server space and hosting services to other websites using a specific type of website hosting service.

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VPS Hosting

Host an account on virtual servers where overall server resources are shared across all accounts, while some portions of those resources are reserved for each account.

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Dedicated Hosting

Lease and use a private server that is either managed or unmanaged. Users are have access to all resources available on the machine, and resources are not shared with any other accounts.

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Colocation Services

Own and manage a private server housed by the hosting provider. Maintain all aspects of owned server(s), with the exception of infrastructure such as electricity, internet access, and storage facilities.

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Design

Breadth of Pre-Built Templates

The software provides a wide breadth of free or purchasable site templates that are attractive and suited to your webpages' needs.

82%
(Based on 21 reviews)

Mobile

Effective mobile templates are available and easily customizable.

86%
(Based on 20 reviews)

Branding/Themes

Consistent design elements across sites (including personalized brand components) unites webpages into a coherent online presence.

90%
(Based on 19 reviews)

Customization

The visual appearance of webpages can be easily customized to fit your site’s needs.

93%
(Based on 22 reviews)

Hosting Management

Storage Limits

Clear and pre-determined storage limits are associated with a hosting plan, and storage limits can be expanded if normal site usage is exceeded.

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Bandwidth Allowance

Hosting providers outline the amount of data that you and your visitors are able to cumulatively upload and download over a given period of time. Pay for additional bandwidth as needed to accomodate web traffic.

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Email Hosting

Manage email accounts associated with web domains through a built-in or third-party email interface. Support is provided for POP3 and IMAP email systems.

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Control Panel Integration

Integrate hosting plans with either open-source or proprietary web hosting control panels in order to use a graphical user interface (GUI) that facilitates access to additional web hosting management features.

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CMS Support

Providers allow for a variety of content management systems to be used when managing websites. Support is offered for "one-click" or rapid installations of CMS tools.

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Web Framework Support

The website hosting provider offers support for a variety of server-side coding languages, as well as multiple versions of the web frameworks.

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E-Commerce Integration

Install e-commerce tools, such as shopping carts, into your website. Certain e-commerce integrations may incur an additional fee.

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File Management

Access and management of files through FTP, .htaccess, and shell access is provided to users.

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Database Support

Support is provided for a variety of database types, including MySQL, PostsgreSQL, SQL Server, and more. Choose from these and manage your database within the control panel associated with your hosting plan.

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Security Tools

Site backup, spam detection, firewalls, malware detection tools, and other security features are offered within the hosting plan.

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Development

Application Deployment

Provides tools for building, deploying, or integrating source code into hosted application.

85%
(Based on 9 reviews)

Development Tools

Provides tools for writing code, editing code, syntax, debugging, or utilizing frameworks.

83%
(Based on 9 reviews)

Development Environment

Provides tools for sharing code, tracking progress, and shipping software.

85%
(Based on 9 reviews)

Language Support

Supports programming languages such as Java, C, or Python. Support for front-end languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

85%
(Based on 6 reviews)

Testing

Tests the functionality of a software application. Detects and diagnoses issues in application.

85%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Platform

User Community

The system has a large and interactive community of users.

93%
(Based on 22 reviews)

SEO

Pagination, page headers and titles, meta tags and URL structure all contribute well to site SEO.

86%
(Based on 22 reviews)

Flexible Navigation Structures

Able to build out different and multiple taxonomies to store and index content.

83%
(Based on 21 reviews)

User, Role, and Access Management

Grant access to select data, features, objects, etc. based on the users, user role, groups, etc.

92%
(Based on 21 reviews)

Internationalization

Enables users to view and interact with the same content in multiple languages.

92%
(Based on 19 reviews)

Dashboards and Reports

Access pre-built and custom reports and dashboards.

86%
(Based on 22 reviews)

API / Integrations

Application Programming Interface - Specification for how the application communicates with other software. API's typically enable integration of data, logic, objects, etc. with other software applications.

88%
(Based on 22 reviews)

Enterprise Scalability

Provides features to allow scaling for large organizations or an expansive web presence.

91%
(Based on 10 reviews)

Database

Database Management

Lets developers manage database services. Provides support for different types of databases and integration methods.

81%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Analytics

Lets users analyze deployment, user, storage, and business metrics.

76%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Auto Scaling

Provides tools or bots that scale services and data automatically or on demand.

85%
(Based on 6 reviews)

Backup / Recovery

Stores versions of application and data or incrementally backs up data.

88%
(Based on 9 reviews)

Storage

Provides scalable cloud storage for different forms of data. Store analytics and records for reporting.

82%
(Based on 9 reviews)

Infrastructure

Networking

Allows users to provision networks, deliver content, balance loads, and manage traffic.

87%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Virtual Machines

Provides virtual networks and operating systems.

89%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Security

Secures applications, encrypt data, and manage identities.

88%
(Based on 9 reviews)