V5 Technical Documentation
At SG Systems Global, we recognize the evolving needs of businesses and the importance of adaptability in the realm of database location.
Historically, we’ve staunchly supported on-premises deployments. However, the technological landscape is changing, and so are we. We now offer tailored solutions ranging from traditional on-premises deployments to innovative cloud and RDP methods.
Dive into our detailed network architecture diagrams for a better understanding. If there’s a need for customization or if you have queries, your dedicated Account Manager is just a call away. Please note: system performance largely hinges on your own infrastructure and throughput.
Suited for businesses that prioritize in-house control, this model ensures the database is nested within a local area network. If you have a server stationed elsewhere, worry not. This can be seamlessly integrated using a VPN.
This off-premises model connects on-site devices to an external server using tools like Windows Remote Desktop Connection.
With only minimal data, such as weight figures from on-site weighing systems or PLC and SCADA gear, traversing through your firewall, it’s an optimal choice for businesses aiming to offload data processing to external servers.
End-users on-site would interface solely with the front-end UI.
This is the future-forward approach where the database isn’t bound to a physical premise but floats in the cloud. Your on-site applications interact with this cloud-residing database via a WAN.
One standout feature? A solitary database can cater to several facilities, although this would necessitate higher bandwidth throughput.