Drupal's site management system is the platform on which Glyanec Studio develops sites.
Around the world, Drupal is creating a variety of sites, from business card sites to high traffic portals. The reason for this is obvious – Drupal has proven itself to be a reliable, powerful and secure "engine" of sites.
In addition, Drupal is licensed under the GNU license, which allows it to be used for free and absolutely legally by both government and commercial organizations.
Here are some examples of sites made on Drupal for major companies and organizations.
The most striking examples are:
- the site of Ilona Mask SpaceX;
- websites of the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, MIT;
- official sites of General Electric, Red Hat;
- sites of media giants Warner Music, NBC;
- websites of newspapers and magazines Shape, The Week, The Hill;
- official websites of the governments of France, Italy, Poland, Estonia, Latvia;
- official image sites of Great Britain, England, Latvia.
Below are links to all of these sites.
Sites of the most famous universities in the world – Oxford, Cambridge – developed by Drupal.
Sites from 7 of the 8 US universities in the most prestigious Ivy League are also made by Drupal.
The sites of two of the best technical colleges in the world – Massachusetts Technological University and California Technological University – are developed by Drupal.
- ox.ac.uk — Oxford, United Kingdom, one of the oldest universities in the world, ranked first in the rankings of universities in the world.
- cam.ac.uk — Cambridge, the UK's second-largest university, ranked # 1 in world rankings.
- news.mit.edu — MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the world's most prestigious technical college, an innovator in robotics, artificial intelligence and military-applied research.
- yale.edu — Yale University, the third of nine colonial colleges founded before the War of Independence. Included in the Ivy League.
- upenn.edu — University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1740 by Benjamin Franklin. Included in the Ivy League.
- dartmouth.edu — Dartmouth College, one of the oldest US universities. Included in the Ivy League.
- temple.edu — Temple University, USA. Founded in 1884. It has campuses in Rome, Tokyo, Singapore, London and Oviedo.
- ed.ac.uk — University of Edinburgh, UK, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- anu.edu.au — Australian National University, the largest in Australia.
- utoronto.ca — University of Toronto, Canada's most prestigious university.
Sites of the largest companies in the world
The list of companies is taken from the international rating of Fortune Global.
- ge.com — General Electric, a US multi-industry corporation, manufacturer of many types of equipment, including locomotives, power plants (including nuclear reactors), gas turbines, aircraft engines, medical equipment, a wide range of military products, from small arms and armored vehicles to space systems and nuclear warheads.
- carrefour.com — Carrefour, a French retail company, is the operator of the same retail network, the second largest in the world after Wal-Mart.
- edf.fr — Èlectricitè de France, France's largest state-owned power generation company and the world's largest nuclear power plant operator.
- pfizer.com — Pfizer, a US based pharmaceutical company, focuses on cutting-edge research and technology resources to deliver effective treatment and human health.
Websites of IT and technology companies
In addition to the illustrative examples with Ilona Mask's site for which Drupal was selected and a giant such as General Electric, we offer some examples where Drupal is used as a basis for the company's selling site, which itself is software experts: Pantheon.
For example, Panteon specializes in hosting and deploying and maintaining sites on WordPress and Drupal, that is, an expert on both systems – all the more revealing that they have chosen as their primary site selling Drupal.
- spacex.com — SpaceX, the world's first private company (Ilona Mask) to create rockets for space passenger transportation.
- redhat.com — Red Hat, the world leader in server products for deploying mission-critical applications on global exchanges, financial institutions, and leading telecommunications companies.
- wi-fi.org — Wi-Fi Alliance, an association of the largest manufacturers of computer hardware and Wi-Fi devices that sets Wi-Fi standards.
- taboola.com — Taboola, a native advertising platform that ranks second in the world after Facebook on monthly reach.
- pantheon.io — Pantheon, a site hosting service for WordPress and Drupal.
- netacad.com — Cisco Networking Academy, the world's leading online training portal.
- templates.openoffice.org — OpenOffice, the document template portal.
Not only attractive news sites, fast downloads, and mobile compatibility are important for news sites, but also the ability to withstand very high traffic with unpredictable peaks at high moments.
Plus the ability to change the format of materials, the location of blocks, etc., on the fly.
This is probably the most difficult category for web development. And Drupal, as you can see from this list, does a great job.
News sites, newspapers and magazines
- theweek.co.uk — The Week for the UK.
- shape.com — Shape, the American magazine for fitness for women, is officially marketed in more than 20 countries.
- thehill.com — The Hill, an American political newspaper and news site.
- nbcuniversal.com — NBC Universal, one of the largest language companies in the world with an annual turnover of $ 34 billion.
- nbcsports.com — NBC Sports, the national television broadcasting network in the United States.
- wmg.com — Warner Music Group, the world's third-largest record company.
- grammy.com — The Grammy Awards, the world's largest music award..
State and public organizations
All 15 US government ministries have separate sites, and 5 of them are made on Drupal.
In addition, Drupal made 46 sites related to US government agencies.
Thus, the vast majority of United States federal government websites operate on Drupal.
US Treasury Sites
- home.treasury.gov — US Treasury Department
- energy.gov — US Department of Energy
- doi.gov — Department of the Interior
- justice.gov — US Department of Justice
- hhs.gov — US Department of Health and Human Services
Sites of the US Judicial System
- uscourts.gov — Administrative Office of the US Courts
- cafc.uscourts.gov — Court of Appeals for the Federal District
- uscfc.uscourts.gov — Court of Federal Claims
- fjc.gov — Federal Judicial Center
- jpml.uscourts.gov — A multidisciplinary litigation panel
- ussc.gov — US Sentencing Commission
Sites of independent agencies, commissions and committees
- nih.gov — US National Institutes of Health
- si.edu — The Smithsonian Institute, a research and educational institute in the USA and it owns a complex of museums. Founded on August 10, 1846 by an Act of Congress
- wilsoncenter.org — Woodrow Wilson International Science Center
- lsc.gov — Legal Services Corporation (LSC), an independent non-profit organization created by the US Congress in 1974 to provide financial support and legal assistance to the needy
- abmc.gov — American Commission on Battle Monuments
- acus.gov — United States Administrative Conference
- csce.gov — Commission for Security and Co-operation in Europe (Helsinki Commission)
- cpsc.gov — US Consumer Product Safety Commission
- dnfsb.gov — Nuclear Reactor Safety Board
- epa.gov — US Environmental Protection Agency
- exim.gov — US Export-Import Bank
- fcc.gov — Federal Communications Commission
- flra.gov — Federal Labor Relations Service
- fmshrc.gov — Federal Commission for Mines Safety and Health
- ftc.gov — Federal Trade Commission
- gsa.gov — General Services Administration
- imls.gov — Museum and Library Services Institute
- archives.gov — National Archives and Records Administration
- arts.gov — National Endowment for the Arts
- opic.gov — Private Foreign Investment Corporation
- pbgc.gov — Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation
- prc.gov — Postal Regulation Commission
- rrb.gov — Railway Pension Board
- usaid.gov — United States Agency for International Development
- cftc.gov — Commodity Futures Trading Commission
- usitc.gov — United States International Trade Commission
- ustda.gov —US Trade and Development Agency
- aoc.gov — Capitol Architect
- compliance.gov — US Congressional Compliance Office
- openworld.gov — Open World Leadership Center
- usbg.gov — Open World Leadership Center
- uscp.gov —US Capitol Police
Official state websites
UK Government Sites
- london.gov.uk — City Hall of London
- artscouncil.org.uk — English Arts Council
- bfi.org.uk — British Film Institute
- hlf.org.uk — Heritage Lottery Fund
- nhmf.org.uk — National Heritage Memorial Fund
- rmg.co.uk — The Royal Museums of Greenwich
- soane.org — Sir John Soane Museum
Official sites of countries and cities
Sites of state bodies of other countries
- gouvernement.fr — Government of France
- governo.it — The Italian Government
- premier.gov.pl — Government of Poland
- mk.gov.lv — Government of Latvia
- idlo.int — International Organization for Development Law, UN Office, Rome, Italy
Other great sites made on Drupal
- chla.org — Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
- gladstone.org — Gladstone Institute, San Francisco Research Institute, California
- masscec.com — Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, the first US state agency to develop a clean energy industry
- air.org — American Institute for Research, one of the world's largest organizations for the study and assessment of behavioral and social sciences
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