Drupal Hosting Recommended by the OSTraining team

hosting recommendation Picking the right hosting is critical for your peace of mind, your site's security, and uptime.

There are millions of hosting companies, but most of them have no idea how to work with Drupal.

Fortunately, there are now more and more companies that specialize in Drupal hosting.

Companies that specialize in Drupal optimize their servers and security for Drupal. They train their staff to provide great Drupal support. They will automatically backup and secure your Drupal sites.

We've chosen 4 of the very best hosts to recommend. We use these hosts and trust their staff. You'll be in good hands with these 4 Drupal hosts.


We recommend these 4 Drupal hosts

Rochen Drupal Hosting

Rochen is our recommended host for Drupal. They are a world-class hosting company and we've trusted them with our own sites since 2006. The Rochen hosting environment is optimally configured for Drupal – for both security and performance.

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inmotion hosting

Based in Virginia and California, InMotion Hosting has been an excellent hosting company since 2001. Do you ever get frustrated with your hosting company's support? If so, you should try InMotion. All InMotion customers staff get weeks of internal training on everything to do with their hosting.

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Pantheon Drupal hosting

Pantheon has a suite of Drupal-specific tools which it much easier to use best practices. They have version control, staging environments, backups, and workflow built into their hosting platform. Pantheon powers 70,000+ Drupal sites.

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Acquia Drupal hosting

Acquia is the favorite Drupal hosting solution for medium and large-size organizations. Acquia Cloud is not cheap, but has elegant developer tools, a Drupal-tuned stack, flexible resources, and 24/7 monitoring by Drupal experts.

Learn more about Acquia

Before you choose a Drupal host

Take these 2 steps before choosing a host

1 Contact the hosting customer support. Ask them specifically about Drupal. If they can't answer your questions, then you're talking to the wrong company.

2 Search for problems. Try searching Google for errors or problems with your hosting company, and you'll get some interesting feedback.

Take time and choose carefully

Remember that no company is 100% perfect. Even the companies that we're going to list have caused problems for a few people we've spoken to. However, these are companies who know Drupal and have the best overall feedback from our members.