"I have successfully tested the integration of Cloud Cms within our PhP project. I am very pleased with the system and the API.

It was quite a learning curve, but what I discovered is a very powerful instrument and that it is quite easy to use when you get the hang of it. Your team has been really helpful in the process."
Samuel Pouyt
Samuel Pouyt, Web Specialist
European Respiratory Society

Sync to Public and Private Cloud

Backup and Restore

Every platform, datastore and object within Cloud CMS can be backed up at any time. You can back up individual elements, collections or everything all at once.

You can also restore backups to Cloud CMS at any time, allowing you to work with peace of mind that your content and infrastructure investments are safely recoverable should anything go sideways.

Amazon S3

Cloud CMS connects to Amazon S3 for backup, restore and replication of data. Utilize your own Amazon S3 credentials to have Cloud CMS backup and retrieve from buckets that are under your account control.

This provides you with ownership of all of your backups, letting you copy them or push them off to Amazon Glacier for long-term storage.

Cloud Replication

Use replication to copy data from one Cloud CMS cluster to another. Work on your data in the public cluster and then publish it to a dedicated cluster to service your live applications.

Cloud CMS features changeset versioning for its content repository, allowing you to perform incremental replications of content during publishing, making it easy and fast to push changes from repository to repository.

Key Features

Easy Backup

Automatic or manual snapshots of your platform data stores to your own Amazon S3 buckets.

Restore or Copy

Restore your platform data stores from Amazon S3. Or make brand new copies for rapid reuse in new projects.

Import and Export

Import and export data between Cloud CMS instances both in the cloud and running on dedicated "on-premise" infrastructure.


Push and pull content between Cloud CMS content repositories both in the cloud and on dedicated "on-premise" infrastructure.