What is Cloud CMS?
Definitions for Cloud CMS (noun) [kloud see em es]
- A decoupled JSON and binary content platform that provides a high performance, transactional API to Create Once and Publish Everywhere
- A headless CMS with a rich and extensible user interface so that your editorial team can create, manage and publish fresh content to your web sites and mobile apps with ease
- A powerful content engine that runs in the cloud or on-premise using Docker, letting you plug it right into your API-oriented, low-latency microservices-based applications
- The content backend that you'd build if you had the time to do it well
Cloud CMS is a headless, API-first approach to content management, built around JSON and a high performance cloud architecture.
It delivers enterprise features, including flexible content models and a full editorial environment, allowing your business users create, manage and publish fresh content with ease.
Cloud CMS is available either as a hosted subscription or as a series of Docker microservices that you can run on-premise or host within your own private cloud. Cloud CMS runs on top of MongoDB, ElasticSearch and Amazon AWS.
Cloud CMS is not a web site builder.
And we have no plans to be one.
Cloud CMS allowed us to launch and focus on our customers from day one."
After false starts with some typical content management solutions, we were finally able to design the content repository that our business required."
Content Curation and Analytics
Cloud CMS gives your business users everything they need to easily manage the full lifecycle of web and mobile content delivery to drive customer conversions, insights, purchases, retention and happiness, using data and algorithms to make your team more effective.
Create content using intuitive forms while take advantage of enterprise-class content modeling, validation, workflow, rules and behaviors.
Invite team members into project spaces and assign them roles so that everyone can work together securely and efficiently.
Publish your content to your web and mobile apps after putting it through an approval workflow process.
Gain insight into your content effectiveness using real-time automated events triggered as your application is navigated and utilized.
Take action with automated rules that increase your response to content interactions and web site events driven by your customers.
While bundling various tiers into container images, Cloud CMS realized that it had already gone a long way toward defining a proper set of microservices. Docker formalized this reality by providing a way to package service code as well as automate the necessary testing and deployment.
Michael Uzquiano, CTO of Cloud CMS, will present "No REST - Architecting Realtime Bulk Async APIs" at QCon New York
Previously, ChilliSauce had to create complex table structures in multiple products. With Cloud CMS, they've now built a comprehensive, core data model directly into a single system.