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Joomla! is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) for publishing web content. It is built on a model–view–controller web application framework that can be used independently of the CMS.


Joomla! is written in PHP, uses object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques and software design patterns, stores data in general on a MySQL database, and includes features such as page caching, RSS feeds, printable versions of pages, news flashes, blogs, search, and support for language internationalization.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the system requirements for deploying Joomla?

Minimum requirements for Joomla 5.x:
Web server: Apache 2.4 or later (recommended), Nginx 1.21 or later
Database: MySQL 8.0.13 or later, MariaDB 10.4 or later
PHP: 8.1 or later 

For more detailed information, refer to the Joomla documentation

What are the common use cases for Joomla?

Joomla is a versatile and widely-used content management system (CMS). Here are some common use cases for Joomla:

Corporate websites, business websites, e-commerce sites, blogs and online publications, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, community portals, government websites, forums and discussion boards, event websites, real estate websites, personal portfolios, intranets and extranets, hotel and restaurant websites, and healthcare websites.

What are popular alternatives to Joomla?

There are several popular content management systems (CMS) and website builders available, each with its own strengths and features. Here are some popular alternatives to Joomla:

1. WordPress
 WordPress is one of the most widely used CMS platforms globally. It is known for its user-friendly interface, extensive plugin ecosystem, and a large community of developers. WordPress is highly customizable and suitable for various types of websites.

2. Drupal
Drupal is a robust and flexible CMS that is often chosen for complex and highly customized websites. It is known for its scalability and security features. Drupal is suitable for large enterprises and organizations with specific requirements.

3. WordPress (Wix)
Wix is a website builder that simplifies the process of creating websites with its drag-and-drop interface. It is suitable for users who want a user-friendly platform without delving into extensive coding.

4. Magento
Magento is an open-source e-commerce platform known for its scalability and flexibility. It is widely used for building online stores and supports a range of e-commerce features.

5. Shopify
Shopify is a popular e-commerce platform that simplifies the process of setting up and managing an online store. It is known for its ease of use and includes features like payment processing and inventory management.

6. Squarespace
Squarespace is a website builder that caters to users looking for visually appealing and modern designs. It includes hosting services and is suitable for individuals, small businesses, and creative professionals.

7. Ghost
Ghost is a CMS designed specifically for bloggers and content creators. It focuses on simplicity and speed, making it an excellent choice for those who prioritize writing and publishing content.

8. Typo3
Typo3 is a powerful and feature-rich CMS that is often chosen for large and complex websites. It offers a high level of customization and flexibility.

9. Weebly
Weebly is a website builder that is known for its drag-and-drop functionality. It is suitable for users who want to quickly create websites without dealing with complex coding.

10. Jekyll
Jekyll is a static site generator that is popular among developers. It simplifies the process of building and maintaining static websites, making it suitable for blogs and documentation sites.

11. ProcessWire
ProcessWire is a flexible and developer-friendly CMS that allows for easy customization. It is suitable for projects ranging from small websites to large-scale applications.

12. Concrete5
Concrete5 is a CMS that combines ease of use with flexibility. It allows for in-context editing and is suitable for users with varying levels of technical expertise.

What query language does Joomla use?

Joomla primarily uses SQL (Structured Query Language) for database interactions. 

Why should I choose Kamatera for Joomla hosting?

Here’s why Kamatera stands out as the most compelling option for Joomla hosting:

Cutting-edge hardware: Kamatera leverages Intel Xeon Platinum processors and NVMe SSD storage, guaranteeing exceptional performance for your solution.

Global network reach: With 21 data centers strategically located across four continents, Kamatera provides low-latency access to your server, regardless of your users’ geographical locations. This minimizes lag and ensures consistent performance for geographically distributed teams.

Elastic infrastructure: Kamatera’s infrastructure seamlessly scales to accommodate your growing needs. You can easily add or remove resources on-demand, without downtime or performance bottlenecks. 

Industry-leading security measures: Kamatera prioritizes security by implementing data encryption, access control mechanisms, vulnerability scanning, and compliance with industry standards like PCI DSS and SOC 2.

24/7 Support: Kamatera’s dedicated support team is available 24/7 to assist you with any questions or issues you may encounter with your Joomla hosting.