Pantheon, a well-funded website hosting and management platform for Drupal and WordPress sites, today announced that it is launching a new enterprise service. Pantheon Enterprise builds on the company’s experience in building and running its service for agencies that handle the sites of multiple clients. That service now hosts the sites of more than 1,500 of Pantheon’s agency partners. The enterprise version adds a number of tools on top of Pantheon’s standard offerings that should make the service more attractive to large businesses. These include SAML integration for standard single-sign-on solutions like Active Directory. The Enterprise package also includes a dashboard to manage all of a company’s websites (and add new ones), role-based change management and the ability to create an unlimited number of cloud environments for developing new sites. The service will also be backed by an SLA. As Pantheon co-founder (and head of developer experience) Josh Koenig told me, the service will cost $10,000 per year, which includes unlimited developer seats and an unlimited number of sandboxed projects. Enterprises will also get a credit of about $850 for production hosting, which he notes
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