David Fout: Aquilent Aims to Help Agencies Go Open Source With New Drupal Tool

Computer Web CyberAquilent has unveiled a new Drupal-based architecture to help government organizations manage and deliver online content in a cloud environment.

The Drupal Platform works to help agencies use open-source technology to secure digital communications and engage with the public, Aquilent said Thursday.

According to the company, the platform works to help customers integrate Drupal-powered sites with other cloud portals and systems.

“With the increased interest in open-source technologies and growth around Drupal, we saw the need to build a Drupal Platform that combines the power of Drupal with the security our federal customers require to better serve citizens,” said David Fout, Aquilent CEO.

The company also holds workshops to help agencies implement Drupal content management platform as well as offers Drupal hosting service on cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services.

Aquilent’s platform is designed to comply with the Federal Information Security Management Act and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

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