March 9, 2017
The Drupal Association seeks a Infrastructure Services vendor to manage critical infrastructure for the open-source Drupal project. While internal Drupal Association staff will continue to manage the sites and services that the Drupal Association maintains, we will rely on this partner to maintain the underlying infrastructure. We are interested both in partners who offer comprehensive datacenter and infrastructure services, as well as partners who would offer systems administration consulting on our existing hardware.
If your organization is interested in receiving the full Request for Proposals(RFP), please submit a letter of interest to the Drupal Association at rfp[at]association[dot]drupal[dot]org.
In your letter of interest, please include a brief summary of your organization's experience in managing enterprise infrastructure for Drupal and non-Drupal sites and services at scale, as well as your key team members Drupal.org profile links. Based on demonstrated experience a small selection of vendors will be sent the full RFP.
We request that all interested parties submit their letters of interest by March 24th, 2017. You will have additional time after this deadline to submit your response to the full RFP.
About the Drupal Association
The Drupal Association is a non-profit organization—US 501(c)(3)—dedicated to helping the open source Drupal project flourish. Drupal powers millions of websites and software applications, from personal blogs to the largest enterprises, media publishers, universities and government agencies.
The Drupal Association provides the support, infrastructure, and funding to: grow the Drupal community, support online collaboration on the software at https://www.drupal.org, and produce and host DrupalCon events and other events around the world. Funds to support these programs come from memberships, sponsorships, and donations. To learn more about the Drupal Association and its mission, visit https://drupal.org/association/.