Umbraco Cloud gives you all-in-one Azure hosting and predictability in projects, built upon the 10 years of experience that makes Umbraco CMS the friendliest, fastest growing and most flexible .net CMS in the world.

High degree of flexibility

Get all the flexibility of the open source Umbraco CMS with the clever workflows of Umbraco Cloud, for maximum freedom. Our unique ContentFlow helps you work with code and content in parallel, which improves testing and reduces time to market.

All-in-one managed hosting

Save time on IT management and have confidence in your fully managed Azure hosting. Be free from repetitive tasks for version upgrades, project creation and queuing deployment as this is all automated!

Scalable build components

Scale your Umbraco Cloud solution, its environments and its users based on individual project requirements. Reuse existing project components using Baselines, to spend less hours in project setup, and accurately predict your project cost and timelines.

Umbraco Cloud comes with hosting, Forms, Courier and is automatically updated. You even get a free Umbraco TV subscription.

If you don't know Umbraco, here are some numbers behind the world's friendliest CMS

One of the biggest benefits of using Umbraco is that the community is incredibly pro-active, extremely friendly and helpful.

Chances are that if you get an idea for something you would like to build in Umbraco, someone has already built it. So it is very likely that you can get good and friendly advice from someone from the Umbraco community on Our - just ask.

Number of active installs
409.219
Number of active members in the community
220.022
Known free Umbraco packages available
320

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