Wednesday, May 26, 2010


There seems to be precious little information on data management in the context of CMS (Content Management Systems). To me, this would seem very important - data admin, modeling, etc, all should be hugely important, and yet some of the CMS I come across are little more than bit buckets with a data dictionary. While web-based CMS have certainly driven the development of NoSQL (due to performance reasons, given the underoptimal use of the RDBMS by the CMS), certainly some thought has gone into the data layer of the CMS... where is it at?

Speaking of CMS: Here's Plone, which is running on a NoSQL incidentally.