Compare Acquia Cloud vs. Heroku

Acquia Cloud is ranked 3rd in Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) while Heroku is ranked 12th in PaaS Clouds. Acquia Cloud is rated 0, while Heroku is rated 0. On the other hand, Acquia Cloud is most compared with Pantheon, Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, whereas Heroku is most compared with Microsoft Azure, OpenShift and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
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The Acquia Platform offers a secure platform-as-a-service cloud environment for the Drupal web content management system, advanced multi-site management, powerful developer tools, and software-as-a-service capabilities for personalization, content syndication, and more. The Acquia Platform components are built with an API-first approach to make it easy to tailor the solution to your organization's specific needs and environment.

With Acquia, customers can introduce new digital capabilities faster, manage large-scale web deployments with ease, and create innovative digital experiences that deliver real business impact.

Established in 2007, Heroku is a cloud application platform providing a streamlined, efficient place for web app developers to create and deploy their applications. Heroku is designed to maximize developer productivity. With the entire web application development process available on the Herokucloud, creating and rolling out web apps has been made more efficient, convenient, and cost-effective than ever before.

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Weather.com, Princess Cruises, City of LA, Lush Facebook, UrbanDictionary, Code for America, Mailchimp, Rapportive, GitHub, TED, and Lyft.
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