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How to install Joomla! in one click on your public Cloud?

Joomla! is a CMS (Content Manager Service), a free, opensource and free content management system. The code is written in PHP and Joomla! uses a MySQL database.
Historically, the development of Joomla! originates from a discord between the projects developers and the parent company Mambo. Mambo did not respect the principles of open source, so there was an internal split.

The developers defending an opensource project therefore moved away from the initial project (also named Mambo), to create the OpensourceMatters entity. After a consultation phase, members of the project released the first release of Joomla! (which means "united" in Arabic) based on a previous fork of Mambo. Version 1.0.0 was released in 2005.
To use Joomla! and benefit from its advantages, it is possible to install it in less than 3 minutes thanks to the One Click technology developed by IKOULA. Already preconfigured, the Joomla app! can be installed on a VM with just a few clicks at deployment time, but also on a dedicated server through the use of a script.

One Click installation video

Joomla! Features

Joomla! is one of the most popular CMS on the market, it has plenty of great features that have been developed during its existence.
Among the features supported, we can for example quote RSS feeds, a "News" system, the ability to print pages, the management of blogs, polls and researches.

Joomla! Advantages

  • Multilingual CMS: Joomla! supports 64 languages, making it a universal tool that can be used around the world.
  • The project is supported by a very large community of developers and service providers who can support companies in building their project.
  • "Update in 1 click" function greatly facilitating updates and making the use of Joomla accessible! to the most neophytes.
  • Management of content, banners, contacts, templates and users.

Customizing Joomla!

  • You can add new features through the implementation of new plugins (modules or components).
  • The code for Joomla! can also be modified but this will require some development knowledge (PHP).
  • Users can also choose to change the display and create their own templates.