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dotCMS, a leading-edge, open source Java content management software company, introduces new Static Publishing features, Four Eyes Workflow approval, and other performance and security improvements in their dotCMS 4.3 release, available now. As part of the ongoing dotCMS 4.x series, these latest features and enhancements add additional best-in-class enterprise-grade features and improve the overall customer experience of the dotCMS product.
Enhancing the Static Publishing feature released last year, dotCMS now supports customers who want to save comprehensive static HTML versions of their websites to multiple locations, including local folders, AWS S3 buckets, or any external location or cloud service accessible via SCP or sFTP. These new Static Publishing features mean more customers can take advantage of the performance, disaster recovery, compliance, and security benefits that Static Publishing offers.
dotCMS’s latest release also includes a new “Four Eyes” principle workflow approval process enabling an additional level of sophistication and security for web content management.
“The “Four Eyes” approval feature means you can require content approval by any two or more users from a user group,” said Will Ezell, dotCMS CTO. “With new laws and regulations constantly coming into fruition, those organizations that need to ensure security and consistency, like financial services, government, and higher education, can now require at least two sets of eyes – literally four eyes – on any item before a workflow action is taken.”
In addition, dotCMS has also improved the speed and efficiency of its front end development, including adding a new full-featured libsass-based Sass compiler which allows developers to compile their files in a tenth of the time, leading to quicker and more efficient updates to their web applications.
For additional information on the dotCMS 4.3 release or to learn more about the features mentioned here, visit: https://dotcms.com/docs/latest/changelogs