EO.workspace supports native application on modern mobile platforms like Android and IOS, just install from the respective App Stores. This means you can expect performance and a great user experience when accessing your applications from your mobile device and tablet.
The EO.workspace Gateway facilitates the usage of the platform by remote users, from outside the organization. Regardless of which client is used to access the platform, when using the Gateway, it’s only necessary to open a single port on the external organization’s firewall. When a user connects to a Gateway server, all the traffic, regardless of type, is encapsulated in an HTTP over TLS connection.
The Session Manager is the central component of an EO.workspace landscape, and a mandatory part of the architecture. It’s responsible for coordinating sessions between all other components, and provides persistence capabilities (eg. the database) for the whole system. It concentrates log files for centralized troubleshooting and analysis, and a SOAP API for administration of the solution.
The end-user applications that are delivered by the EO.workspace platform are hosted in one or more Application Servers (Windows or Linux), which are controlled by the Session Manager.
The HTML5 client connects to the Web Client component, which then connects to other EO.workspace components. The HTML5 client is thus pretty simple and lightweight, while the Web Client server does the heavy work. Compared to other clients, the HTML5 client is less integrated with the user environment, due to the restrictions of running in the browser sandbox (for example, it cannot directly access local devices like disk or printers), and uses different mechanisms to work around these restrictions.
The native client is a standalone application, which is executed directly on the user’s computer. This client is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Apple OS X systems. The client provides an increased level of integration with the user’s computer operating system, allowing the use of features such as desktop integration (the placement of shortcuts to access the delivered applications directly on the user’s desktop), seamless application windows and integration with external devices like disks and printers.
Distributed Session Manager (DSM)
Deploy to several locations (geographical diverse, several providers, etc.) and balance users among these locations, based on several factors.
You can horizontally scale your environment with several farms at no extra licensing cost. Support your redundancy, disaster recovery and elasticity strategies from the start.
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