Considering a Headless CMS: Five Benefits of a Decoupled Architecture

A step towards removing the ceiling on the possibilities for content creation and distribution.

Traditional CMS platforms are a fantastic way to get started in the publishing and digital media space. However, they may hamper the evolution of a digital media brand.

In the publishing and digital media space, traditional CMSs such as Wordpress or Drupal provide a lot of functionality out of the box. These CMSs allow a business to easily build a content repository, along with the presentational aspects that are necessary to display and interact with that content.

Traditional CMS platforms are a fantastic way to get started in the publishing and digital media space. However, they may hamper the evolution of a digital media brand. Embracing a headless CMS or decoupled architecture is a good step towards removing the ceiling on the possibilities for content creation and distribution.

So what’s a headless CMS and how is it different? Why should a business choose this route, and what exactly are the benefits? Continue on to our guide that answers these questions and more, including visualizations for how it works.

Authored By

Christoph Khouri

Senior Director, Commercial

Ralph Khattar

Senior Engineering Manager

How can this checklist help you?

  • Defining a Headless CMS and Decoupled Architecture
  • Five benefits of a Decoupled Architecture
  • Visualizations of how a Headless CMS works
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Considering a Headless CMS: Five Benefits of a Decoupled Architecture

A step towards removing the ceiling on the possibilities for content creation and distribution.

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