If you’re a WordPress developer, we’re not at all surprised you don’t know who we are. We've been doing Enterprise Drupal for years. It's our bread and butter, it's how we started out. But we’re also steeped in Open Source in general.
Over the last few years we've been growing our hosting services and, in consequence, we've started doing more and more outside "the Drupalsphere". We've done a ton of interesting things actually, we've started hosting other LAMP-based products like SugarCRM and WordPress, we've been hosting Jenkins and Gitlab for people, we've been working with new databases, we've hosted applications written in Ruby, Symfony and Node.js, we’ve been hosting Apache Solr for enhanced search applications; you get the picture.
We've come a long way on the technical side, but we've also grown (and grown up) as a commercial entity. We've re-platformed all our hosting from a disparate array of public cloud providers on to a private cloud at Rackspace, we've developed robust server management plans for helping organisations manage their own Linux infrastructure, we've got ourselves ISO 27001:2013 certified to tick information security boxes for our more sensitive customers. In short, we now see ourselves a little differently on the hosting side of the business. We're the Debian experts. With a LAMP twist, of course.