GreenGeeks Adds Support for Drush

After a long time testing and surveying most of its customers, GreenGeeks added Drush feature into its shared hosting package and reseller hosting package to ensure customers a better and more secure Drupal hosting experience.

Drush is a command line shell and scripting interface for Drupal hosting. That is designed to make life easier and more efficient for those advanced Drupalers who are spending hours hacking away the command prompt, and want to take full control over their Drupal installations.

Looking at the whole hosting industry, there are amounts of companies have already integrated Drush feature into their Drupal hosting solutions, but it is also heard that some insecure web hosts open up their Drupal customers to some threats.

However, GreenGeeks did some tough efforts to make the Drush different from others, and offer tools like Drush in a safe and secure manor. For an instance,

  • By using industry-leading cloud Linux technologies, GreenGeeks can protect its Drupal users from one another.
  • GreenGeeks highly advanced security system can help isolate Drupalers’ account to their own file system.

As the web host who know Drupal very well, GreenGeeks has been always offering customers the best friendly Drupal hosting solution. It contains all the necessary and some Drupal-optimized features such as dual PHP version, the latest MySQL, unlimited PHP memory_limit, suPHP enabled, 300% green and others. No matter customers use Drupal 6, 7 or 8, GreenGeeks ensures 100% compatibility for Drupal.

Additionally, the company guarantees 99.9% uptime and the most professional support for its Drupal hosting. By going with GreenGeeks coupon “CLUE30”, customers can get extra $30 discount that makes the price starts at only $4.11/mo, instead of the $4.95/mo regular price.

Generally, GreenGeeks Drupal hosting is reliable and quite affordable. Now, with the Drush support, both personal and small-to-medium-size business customers can get a better Drupal hosting from GreenGeeks.

For information about how to use Drush, or GreenGeeks Drupal hosting, please visit

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