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Is there any alternative to Ægir for multiple CMS sites?

How about Drupal or even Joomla?

I'm afraid WordPress just isn't enough when its not a blog.


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Can you define "multiple CMS sites"? It's hard to give you advice if you don't tell us what you need. Also: This isn't really a programming question, maybe it should be moved to webmasters.stackexchange.com. – marcvangend Dec 14 '10 at 20:18

You ask, "is there any alternative to Ægir?" But then you say "for multiple CMS sites? to Drupal or even Joomla? I'm afraid WordPress just isn't enough when its not a blog."

Does this mean you already looked at or tried Ægir? Ægir is hands down the best way to host multiple Drupal installs.

I think this question should stay here.

If Wordpress MU is not enough, Ægir is what you need if you want to go Drupal.


I know you mention Wordpress not being enough, but have you tried Wordpress mu?