Drupal Review
Content management helps the end user to input or update the content on his own without approaching the developer.

Valuable Features

  • Content management: It helps the end user to input/update the content on his own without approaching the developer, once the site is built.
  • Awesome community.
  • A large number of modules which help in extending the functionality.
  • An open-source solution.
  • It is a secure solution.
  • There is a constant development of new core features.

Room for Improvement

Since Drupal is not developed for any specific use cases, it has some learning curve and requires effort to learn. Thus, there is a need for good documentation.

Use of Solution

I have used this solution for more than three years.

Stability Issues

There were no stability issues.

Scalability Issues

There were no scalability issues.

Customer Service and Technical Support

If you purchase Drupal-specific hosting vendors like Acquia/Pantheon/Platform.sh, then you get Premium Support or else you need to go for IRC, Drupal Slack or forums.

Initial Setup

The initial setup is easy and straightforward.

Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing

It is an open-source product, so there are no licensing fees, vendor lock-in, etc. involved.

Other Advice

If you need an open-source, scalable and secure CMS, then go for Drupal.

The Drupal project is an open-source solution and is supported by an awesome community of developers. It doesn't belong to any specific vendor.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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