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Headless CMS Strapi now available on the DigitalOcean Marketplace

SAN FRANCISCO, March 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The most popular open-source headless content management system (CMS) Strapi can now be deployed in less than two minutes on DigitalOcean. The company announced today that it has been listed on the DigitalOcean Marketplace with a preconfigured one-click option.

“Strapi’s mission is to make content management and delivery as easy as possible for developers and end-users,” said Pierre Burgy, co-founder and CEO of Strapi. “Our availability on the DigitalOcean Marketplace enables users to deploy Strapi with one-click, saving them time and deployment headaches.”

Strapi works with all the JAMstack static site generators like React, Vue.js, Next.js, Nuxt.js, Gatsby.js or Angular supports both SQL and NoSQL databases and can be deployed anywhere: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Netlify, Heroku, a dedicated or virtual private server. The release of the one-click deploy button last week and DigitalOcean this week gives developers the option to save time installing Strapi instances directly on their favorite cloud platform in minutes.

“With this new ‘Strapi Marketplace app,’ developers can spin up Strapi instances easily and almost instantaneously,” said Chris Sevilleja, founder,, and web community manager at DigitalOcean. “With support for both REST and GraphQL application programming interfaces (APIs), Strapi is a very good option for the A in the JAMstack, a powerful backend that just works with all JavaScript static site generators.”

On Thursday, March 12, Sevilleja will be hosting a webinar discussing JAMstack best practices and ways to set up API layers by running a headless CMS on DigitalOcean Droplets, featuring Strapi. To create a Strapi Droplet go to:

About Strapi
Strapi is the most popular open-source Headless CMS. Strapi gives developers the freedom to use their favorite tools and frameworks while helping editors easily manage their content and distribute it anywhere. The company has offices in Paris and San Francisco. To learn more, visit

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