Designed for both Marketing and IT teams, dotCMS Cloud architecture enables your team to be more flexible and adaptable in order to keep up with the latest innovations and accommodate changes in customer trends, reducing the Total Cost of Ownership and improving ROI.
Our NoCode tools enable marketing teams to execute their Digital Marketing strategy, operating independently from the technology teams.
Provides marketers with an undisrupted editor experience - think preview, inline editing, drag & drop capabilities, page layouts and more - when they're managing content for Single Page Apps, Multi-Page Apps, and Progressive Web Applications.
We take care of the upgrades so your team is always up-to-date with the latest capabilities.
Cloud means architectures for local and global enterprise, and up to 99.95% uptime-guarantees.
API Tooling gives you maximum flexibility and the lowest level of effort to build your platform, including application monitoring and the security & compliance around it. Everything is content - and exposed over REST or GraphQL APIs
We've got you with Performance Support - our 24x7, critical care support that gives you peace-of-mind for your business-critical platform.
Being on the Cloud has been a lifesaver for me. I try to upgrade our dotCMS instance at least once a year and the support I get from dotCMS to do that is critical. I couldn’t do it on my own.
We needed the ability to fire up another site or document repository [at any moment], and because we keep adding to our digital presence, we needed the ability to add sites very quickly, but at the same time, to keep everything clean and organized.
dotCMS allows us to present our content into other devices beyond the web browser or smart phone . . . new devices are consuming content like Amazon’s Echo or IBM’s Watson, and dotCMS allows us to do this today.
It has all the best of breed open source technologies such as Java, Elasticsearch, OSGI and more . . . allowing us to easily customize the system to meet our unique business needs.
One of the reasons why we're moving to the cloud is that we have an on-premise installation, and it was hard for the dotCMS team to really jump in and help.