Hybrid CMS

dotCMS Hybrid CMS is a next-generation CMS that can support both the flexibility of a headless publishing environment with the efficiency of traditional content authoring.

Your needs are complicated.
Your CMS shouldn’t be.

Some projects require different publishing options - like static or dynamic - while other projects will excel in a headless environment. With dotCMS Hybrid CMS, you can manage as many (or as few) publishing models as you need.

Headless CMS

Endless Possibilities

With dotCMS, you get the freedom to create what you need - whether it’s the speed and security of a static site, the flexibility and personalization of dynamic website, or the ability to deliver content via a full suite of REST APIs to help future-proof your content - dotCMS Hybrid CMS gives you the power to build what you need when you need it.

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It's an Integration Story

Built for easy integration and unlimited scalability, dotCMS allows you to seamlessly integrate with today's best-of-breed technologies - from Customer Management Systems (CRM), Marketing Automation, eCommerce, and even legacy systems. We enable you to centralize all your content and deliver it anywhere - websites, portals, mobile, or any Internet of Things device.

Technology

At dotCMS, we believe that building content-driven websites, portals, intranets, and mobile or single page apps in a CMS should not be difficult. Concepts should be simple and abstractions should be minimized. This, understandability, is at the heart of the dotCMS system. With the ease of use for developers coupled with our J2EE enterprise stack, even the most complex integrations are surprisingly simple.

Java — Built on category-leading technologies that shape modern enterprise Java development

Elasticsearch — All content is indexed in real time by Elasticsearch

Redis Cache — Multi-tier cache implementation

Osgi — Plugins can be deployed at runtime published across environments

Databases — Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, MySQL and H2

REST APIs — Head-Optional CMS with all content manageable and accessible from API