V5 Network Architecture

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.

Table of Contents

1. On-Premises Deployment

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.


2. Remote Desktop Deployment

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.


3. Cloud Hosted Deployment

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.


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