Did you know that Sitecore currently offers two types of license models to its customers?  The perpetual license model and the consumption license model.  In this blog post, we'll take a look at the two license models and hopefully point you in the right direction in determining which model is best for you.


There are times when you need to move your existing Sitecore 8.2 solution (you recently upgraded to) over to Azure in the quickest way...


Sitecore now provides us with two options to deploy to Azure. One by making use of ARM (Azure Resource Manager) templates with PowerShell, which is helpful in cases where you want to make changes to Sitecore, install additional packages or for automating the deployment. The second non-technical approach to install Sitecore is to use Azure Marketplace. This article outlines the steps involved in setting up a vanilla install of the latest Sitecore version on Azure…


Sitecore 8.2 delivers a new feature for viewing content associated on a component right away in the Experience Editor. This is a useful feature especially for Content Authors who can check the status of the datasource items before moving the page item in workflow. This article goes over this feature with more details…


Vault for Sitecore provides a feature called as History Database. It is basically another parallel database in Sitecore. This database shows data based on the set date and time in the past. Let’s understand how it works using this post...


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