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Architecture:
What is the system architecture? What are the technical requirements? What backend databases are supported? Can the application be run as a Web or Windows application (by user’s choice) or just one way? Can it be installed on our network infrastructure or at an application service provider or is it subscription based web access only? Who owns the data in the database?

DataPipe may be run as a Windows client or via the Internet; same application, just how you choose to run it, by user. So, yes, you can have a mix of users accessing it via your LAN/WAN and via the internet. Either way, DataPipe has a DBMS server, Web Services server and user workstations. The Web Services server needs Microsoft’s IIS and therefore needs to run some version of Windows Server. The DBMS server, if a different physical machine may run Windows Server or another OS (e.g., UNIX) as long as the Windows Services system can “see” the data. The user machines need to run Windows as IE is required. Virtual machines (VMs) may be used.

You have your choice of DBMS; Oracle, SQL Server or DB2. Where the system is hosted is also your choice. Many customers run it on their own server(s), while others elect to have it hosted at an outside location (e.g., an ASP). If you install it one way initially, you can change it later. In either case, it is your data; you own it and have full access to it at all times.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

p1: Overview

p2: What is DataPipe?

p3: About DataPipe USA Inc.

p4: DataPipe - The Big Picture

p5: DataPipe is Unique in its field

p6: Why do you need EH&S software?

p7: Cost benefit analysis

p8:  Ten Topics for Assessing EH&S Software

p9: Longevity

p10: Coverage

p11: Change

p12: Analysis

p13: Configuration

p14: Customization

p15: Architecture

p16: Security

p17: Notifications

p18: Warnings

p19: Technical Overview

p19: Architecture

p19: Modular Solution

p19: Flexibility and Customization

p19: Security

p20: Steps Towards a Purchase

p20: Review the Complete Module List

p20: Estimate the Number of Concurrent Users

p20: The License and Maintenance

p20: Cost

p20: Pain Points

p21: Implementation

p21: Contract Signing

p21: Consultation

p21: Installation

p21: Training

p21: Launch

p22: Ongoing Support, Upgrades, Add-Ons and Additional Services

p22: Support

p22: Updates

p22: Add-ons and Additional Services vs. Windows

p22: In-House vs. ASP

p23: Conclusion

p23: Why DataPipe? Requirements

p23: What Does this Mean?

p23: What You Should Do Right Now

 

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