WordPress, Joomla, Magento and Drupal are the four most popular content management systems (CMS) you can find online. All four are open source and built on the PHP + MySQL platform. They have different features, capabilities, and customization flexibility. Here is a strong analysis of each of the CMS platforms.
It includes components, plugins, templates, modules and languages through which developers can add several capabilities like dynamic content and search functions to a web page. It was originally designed as an enterprise-grade CMS and hence can handle a huge number of articles than WordPress. It has some learning curve and also lacks SEO capabilities.
One of the most important advantages of Drupal is that it is extremely flexible with blogs, backend systems and even enterprise systems. It is powerful and flexible for developers. Drupal is search engine friendly and enterprise-friendly with strong version control features and ability to handle hundreds of thousands of pages of content with ease. It scales effortlessly and is stable serving thousands of users on a simultaneous basis. Drupal does have a steep learning curve, lack of free plugins and themes too.