The Cloud CMS product suite is available to subscription customers for installation on-premise or within your own virtual private cloud. The product suite is delivered as a series of Docker images along with sample installation scripts to help you get running.

Cloud CMS runs on any Docker host including Amazon AWS (via Cloud Formation templates, Amazon Elastic Container Service, Amazon Elastic Beanstalk or the Docker AWS Engine), IBM BlueMix, RackSpace, Digital Ocean and many others.

The download consists of a ZIP with sample configuration files to launch the complete Cloud CMS stack in variety of configurations including development, standalone and clustered. The sample configuration files are provided using Docker Compose.

To run Cloud CMS on-premise, you need to be a Cloud CMS subscriber. Contact Cloud CMS to purchase a license or request an on-premise trial.

Recent Releases

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.412

Published on 11/20/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.412 release.


  • Improvements to job dispatching and concurrency of job execution by type
  • Deleted nodes no longer localize when retrieved via versions controller

Cloud CMS Application Server

  • Added support for branch-specific deployments (virtual hosting and modules)
  • Improved support for caching based on MD5 and timestamp keys
  • Fix for previewed image caching when retrieved via /preview URI

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Fix to account settings page to cover a case where saved settings would not stick
  • Fix for workflow deploy action post-execution refresh
  • Fix so that workflow principals list links properly to members page
  • Workflow instances now sort by start date by default
  • Deletions now sort by deletion date by default
  • Archives listing now allows for sorting by last modified date
  • Fix for project export wizard to allow branch selection

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.411

Published on 11/10/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.411 release.


  • Fix so that healthcheck reporting accurately computes memory percentage usage
  • Added multipart concurrent download for large S3 files with buffering to address issue where very large binary files would stream incorrectly on download (when using S3 binary storage provider)

Cloud CMS UI

  • Improvements to form handling for multi-selection state (checkboxes, dropdowns, radio groups)
  • Archive listing includes sort by modification date

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.410

Published on 11/09/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.410 release.


  • Improvements to administrative API functions for DB migration and DB import
  • Fix for edge case whereby deleted nodes that were updated did not commit properly
  • Fix for incorrect HTTP response size on binary downloads (with large files)
  • Improved binary storage cache management and better performance on download
  • Added "sendEmail" action to list of supported action schemas
  • Fix for case where behavior-bound rules wouldn't pick up updated properties
  • Event handler performance optimizations for changesets, activities, log entries and page renditions

Cloud CMS Application Server

  • Added configuration service support for developer mode "watchDirectory" to pick up changes dynamically
  • Additional check when serving back static assets from cache to detect size 0 and invalidate

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Fix for text editing of attachments
  • Removed constraint for max upload size
  • UI deletion modals now use "preDelete" call to hand back a list of items to be verified for deletion

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.409

Published on 11/06/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.409 release.


  • Node Service and Controller now supports a pre-delete call that hands back all of the nodes and associations that would be affected if the delete were to commit
  • Improved performance for bulk deletes
  • Updated to Ehcache 3.0, improved disk overflow persistence and memory management
  • Faster and more accurate merge handlers, performance improvements for releases and transfer merge
  • Limit concurrency of export and import jobs per tenant to reduce memory footprint
  • Removed inline local executor services and replaced with a more straightforward, faster approach
  • Improved performance of resolvers and permissions checks
  • Faster performance for node events
  • Added better functionality and caching around capability calculations for node definitions
  • Vaults now support binary file methods via REST

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • More intuitive modals for users who delete content so that they can see the exact items that would be deleted and verify that they wish to continue (predeletion)
  • Error page handling now removes the "gitanaAuthState" local storage variable (and GITANA_TICKET cookie) to help recovery be a bit more seamless
  • Actions framework now cleans up any stray modals (in case actions failed to close them down)
  • Archives list now properly shows sizes in MB and GB (dividing by 1024 instead of 1000)

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.408

Published on 10/30/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.408 release.


  • Archiving a branch now cleans up tip and transactions views within the underlying MongoDB database. This reduces the total number of namespace objects which can add for a large number of active (or non-archived branches). Archiving now provides an alternative to ns file resizing and makes resource management more efficient.
  • Reference Service now does direct permission retrievals (instead of deducing from an authority list) during access control lookups.

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Bug fixes within the UI support library
  • Fixed bug whereby object bindings in refactored list field extensions could fail to convert to external format on save
  • Updated third-party libraries

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.406

Published on 10/27/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.406 release.


  • Upgraded to Hazelcast 3.8.6
  • Request logging now includes HTTP status codes, mimetype and payload sizes
  • Fix for HTTPS support of URI endpoint in docs
  • Removed per-request transfer and storage meter calls
  • Upgraded to the latest gitana-commons library
  • Added node service and controller methods for findRelatives (supporting "find" semantics, both full-text search and query)
  • Improved locale detection by manually parsing the HTTP accept-language header in addition to relying on fallback servlet mechanics
  • Added functionality to automatically clean up duplicate access tokens when an access token is requested using a refresh token
  • Improved handling for race-condition cases where a single refresh token is used multiple times across concurrent threads
  • Fixed case where timestamp modifications were being tracked for system and app user updates
  • The ?relators=true option now returns localized nodes if the primary node is being localized
  • Schema controller now serves back correct schema for instance-level feature bindings (as well as type)
  • Web Hook action updated to use "params" going forward as configuration option
  • Automatic cleanup of stacks if invalid assignments are detected
  • Improvements to three-way merge conflict interception, correction and handling
  • Added API and service methods for snapshot and branch view management and rebuilding
  • Added Web Hook support for HMAC hexdigest signatures (allowing web hooks to assert identity and origin)
  • Added new service and API methods for arbitrary query against associations and behavior bindings
  • New ImageMagick and image transformation capabilities for rotate, scaling, cropping and other image manipulations
  • Added controller methods for direct image manipulation of a given attachment
  • More tests and integration testing

Cloud CMS Application Server

  • Fixed a bug where requests to /preview/{filename} were caching when they should not have been
  • Added some defensive coding to protect against virtual driver gitana.json write to disk of size 0 and check on read for size 0

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Improved the "Editor" page so that it offers more generalized and pluggable support for editors.
  • Introduced an Image Editor that allows users to rotate, scale, crop and transform images from within the main user interface. This includes backing up and restoring the original image at any time.
  • Added more actions for working with attachments as well as the ability to edit any arbitrary attachment.
  • Fixed a bug with the "add attachment" dialog where the "browse file" button would need to be clicked twice
  • Added administration page allowing tenant owners to work more closely with branches and snapshots (including deletion and rebuilding of views)
  • Cosmetic improvements to form controls and form layout
  • Fixed a bug where the "create document" rule on a folder showed incorrect policies in the binding list
  • Fixed a bug whereby instance-level feature metadata was not showing up on forms
  • Improved the saved search page to be a bit more intuitive
  • Fixed a bug whereby the WCM Web Page filter was not filtering as intended
  • Slug field now allows for custom regular expression matching

Cloud CMS Java Driver

  • Improved handling of 401 error code in cases where the access token has either expired or is otherwise invalid
  • Removed Google OAuth2 library as it was showing its age and wasn't being maintained properly by third party, replaced with our own implementation to resolve serialization issues
  • Support more options within gitana configuration properties file
  • Improved management of token locks, more testing under high concurrency

Cloud CMS JavaScript Driver

  • Updates to documentation

Forms Engine

  • Improvements to the look-and-feel
  • Enhanced general list support throughout the engine, affecting checkbox, radio boxes, dropdowns and other multi-select controls. Greater consistency, better testing and much tighter code.
  • Added a "chooser" field to allow for side-by-side dual list box selection (similar to the jQuery UI multiselect control)
  • Fix so that ACE editor supports arbitrary height as expected
  • More events, better propagation up the chain and down for detection of state change

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.404

Published on 10/02/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.404 release.

Cloud CMS Application Server

  • Updated to latest Gitana JavaScript driver

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Fix for intermittent login issues as a result of refresh token not validating

Cloud CMS File Server

  • Support for /ping controller method

Cloud CMS JavaScript Driver

  • Workaround for Chrome bug that causes session/local storage to work improperly on state remove
  • Updated license file

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.403

Published on 10/01/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.403 release.


  • Fix for transfer exports of applications that contain auto-client mappings so that they are marked properly as a dependency of a web host
  • Fix for transfer importer so that legacy archives are correctly dealt with - skip import of auto-client mappings with incorrect application dependency
  • Added configuration options for multipart upload (max file size, default encoding, etc)

Alpaca Forms Engine

  • Improved max file size error message

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.402

Published on 09/26/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.402 release.


  • Improved authority and permission check accuracy when working across multiple branches

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Fix so that forms are handled properly when viewing a definition

Cloud CMS Release 3.1.401

Published on 09/22/2017
The following are the news features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.1.401 release.


  • Usage of temp files within zip store to improvement memory management
  • Improvements to path rebasing during file/folder copy

Cloud CMS Application Server

  • Added administrative endpoint to reset driver configuration cache (_admin/driverconfigcache)

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