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Examining Content Management Systems by Comparing Drupal and Joomla

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Content Management Systems (CMS) are a collection of procedures that are used to organize data such as a website, so that it is easily searched, accessed, retrieved, updated, and shared within a collaborative environment.
content management system Examining Content Management Systems by Comparing Drupal and Joomla
A Content Management System provides tremendous benefits for websites that have huge amounts of data that needs to be clearly organized and updated frequently. The data that a CMS manages may consist of documents, movies, pictures, contact information, as well as any other type of data a website may need to display.

The following is a breakdown of the main functions a content management system provides.

  • Allows large groups of people to add and share data
  • Improves the ease of documenting
  • Improves the communication between users
  • Eliminates some of the duplicate content
  • Assists in data storage and retrieval
  • Restricts and grants access to users based on predefined user authority
  • Ability to update and change your content
  • Reduces maintenance costs
  • Faster creation and change processes
  • More consistency

Web content management keeps track of all the information and data contained within your website and applies any processes to the creation and maintenance of your website. Now that we have the basic understanding of what a CMS actually does let’s take a closer look at two different web CMS software. The two web content management systems that we compared were Drupal and Joomla.

System Requirements:

Both the Drupal and Joomla content management systems are open source, free of cost, and use the PHP programming language. They allow you to build everything from personal blogs to enterprise applications and offer a ton of add-on modules and designs. Drupal uses Apache application server as well as an Apache web server where Joomla uses a CGI application server and is compatible with any web server. In addition both Drupal and Joomla operate using the MySQL database.


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