Advice, Content Management

Kentico 12 End of Life: CMS Advice

Let KWALL Migrate You from Kentico 12
Kentico 12 End Of Life

2023

The Right CMS for Your Organization

Kentico will stop supporting Portal Engine sites in September 2023. From a hosting perspective, that means such sites no longer receive feature updates or security support. Upgrading to Kentico 13 MVC and .NET Core would be a complete rewrite, so the majority of your older Kentico code cannot be reused.
Depending on your site complexity, this could be a significant investment. 
If your business is concerned about lapses in security support, lack of feature enhancements, or lack of support from the platform itself, it’s time to start planning your upgrade or migration. 
As a trusted partner in website development, KWALL understands the importance of finding the right CMS to meet your organization’s unique needs. We know that that long-term costs are a concern, and we are committed to helping you find a solution that fits your budget and provides the functionality you need.
 

Upgrade or Migrate Without the Mess

Drupal and WordPress are free, open-source CMSs that are known for their scalability, flexibility, and customization options. They are trusted by many high-profile organizations and are particularly popular in the education and government sectors.
For example, being on the latest version of Drupal means access to the best that the Drupal community has to offer. Drupal 10 is going to include many updates to the editing experience:
  • an upgraded admin theme.
  • scalability built to handle large and complex websites.
  • contet management that is robust, powerful and flexible
  • access to the most up-to-date security features.
 

Reduce Risk and Lower your Upgrade Time

KWALL has been building and maintaining Drupal and WordPress sites for over 20 years. We’ve supported all versions of Drupal since 4.7 and WordPress 2.0. We have the depth of experience to make this transition as easy as possible for you.