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Category: Network
Subcategory: Content Management System
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: Eula, GNU GPL (community edition)
Interface: Web-interface
Wikipedia: Magnolia
First release: November 15, 2003

Magnolia – a free content management system (CMS) based on Java. The system supports numerous standards such as JSR 168, JSR 170. Magnolia is operated entirely via the browser: the system not only supports Internet Explorer and Firefox, but also Apple Safari and Mozilla Camino under Mac OS. Magnolia is developed by Magnolia International Ltd. (formerly Obinary Ltd.) from Basel.

Magnolia is an enterprise-grade Digital Experience Platform DXP [1] that allows you to build flexible and fast solutions for demanding multi-channel, multi-language and multi-site digital experiences.

Magnolia’s modular architecture is well-suited for building industry-specific solutions that require scalability, reliability and excellent support.

With Magnolia DXP, you’ll benefit from quick project delivery, WYSIWYG integration with Single Page Applications via the SPA editor, a wide range of out-of-the-box integrations and — most importantly — vertically-focused integration frameworks that enable integration with all tools in the adjacent industries.

Magnolia DXP is currently available in three variants:
– Software as a service (SaaS)
– Platform as a service (PaaS)
– Self-hosted

The cloud-based services allow you to build and launch new enterprise projects fast, without any need for DevOps or IT support.

The self-hosted offering opens up custom Java development and deep integration possibilities all on your own infrastructure.

Magnolia DXP offers a wide variety of features from Commenting to Single-page applications (SPAs).

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