There are two levels of source code:
- Source code of the web project and the administration interface - this source code is provided with all licenses, including the trial version.
- Full source code of all libraries and controls - this source code is provided only as a part of the the licenses with Source Code.
The full source code is not necessary for common use of the product - you can create flexible dynamic websites without modifying the full source code. The system is highly flexible by design and you typically do not need to modify the source code. However, if you want to be able to modify or enhance the core of the CMS engine, you may need the source code license. It also allows you to make changes or add features to the CMS engine that are not supported out of the box.
Yes, you can register for a personal demo with one of our consultants here.
You can download our marketing materials here.
If you'd like to see some inspiration on how Kentico CMS can be used for a wide range of projects, please visit our Customers page where you can see many examples of Ecommerce, Educational, Government, Health, Financial and other projects.
All documentation and tutorials can be found on our DevNet site. We also provide Certified Kentico CMS Training worldwide through our training partners.
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any additional information.
Yes, there are many high-load and large websites running on Kentico CMS. Here are some of them:
Yes, we regularly release performance reports of the new versions of Kentico CMS. You can find it here.
Should you be looking for anything specific, please do not hesitate to contact our support: email@example.com
Yes, you can find our references here. If you want to see what our clients say about Kentico CMS and our company please go here.
Kentico CMS was designed for high-load web sites. It supports several caching options, including full-page caching that serves web pages from the memory without contacting the database. It also supports web farms, SQL replication and cloud (Windows Azure, Amazon). You can find some large websites here.
You can find Kentico logos and graphics on our web site here.
You can find the system requirements here.
If you want to add your website created with Kentico CMS into your Partner Profile, just send us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the requested domain names and web address and we will be happy to place the link into your profile. Or you can report them via our Partner Portal.
We provide 24/7 global support by phone and email. You can find all contacts here.
You can find information about next Kentico CMS releases in our Roadmap here.
Yes, you can run Kentico CMS in a cloud environment. Our clients already use Kentico CMS in Windows Azure, Amazon EC2 and Rackspace Cloud.
We also offer Kentico+ which is Kentico EMS running as a service in the Windows Azure cloud for a monthly fee.
If you plan to use any other cloud hosting service, please contact our support (email@example.com) to check the compatibility.