A decoupled CMS — a term that best describes Coredna — is a headless CMS, and then some.
With a decoupled CMS, your content is managed separately and is front-end agnostic, just like a headless CMS. Yet, it has front-end delivery tools in the box, like templates, if you want to use them.
The difference is that the back-end and front-end are not “coupled” to each other through a database like with a traditional CMS. Instead, the front-end and back-end communicate to each other through calls to an API.
Learn more about headless content management.
Core dna is a leading digital experience platform (DXP) that has been engineered from the ground up. We provide mid-market to enterprise level organizations with the ability to meet their objectives for their corporate website, eCommerce, intranet, extranet, mobile, social, and... [Read more]
Core dna DXP is a Software as a Service platform.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a way of delivering applications over the Internet through a subscription fee model instead of through traditional on-premises, licensed software models of the past.
Instead of installing... [Read more]
Core dna runs on cloud infrastructure. Cloud infrastructure provides relief from the dependency on physical hardware. It also provides a solution for scalability.
In simple terms, cloud computing is a farm of servers that all contribute to a pool of resources. This is separate... [Read more]
All upgrades to the hardware, network, and software including all standard applications are included as part of a Core dna subscription.[Read more]
The Core dna Partner Program aims to provide an opportunity for partners to expand their website services and easily manage their clients' requirements through our scalable and flexible enterprise level website management platform, designed for even the most demanding websites, intranets,... [Read more]