Platform architecture


The platform core services (models management, Cloudlet generation and administration) are served by a reliable cloud infrastructure located in the EU. In order use such services, developers must install locally (on their PC) a Livebase Dashboard, and they must configure the Hosting Infrastructures that will host the Cloudlets.

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The Dashboard is the a light-weight control panel allowing the developer to manage their backend development projects on the Livebase platform across their entire lifecycle, from analysis and modeling to validation and production. The Dashboard features an integrated suite of tools introduced in the "Development tools" section.

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A Hosting Infrastructure is where a generated backend is actually deployed and executed. It is provided and managed by the developer (or by the final user) and it can be as simple as a single server or sophisticated as required by availability and scalability requirements (e.g. a cluster of servers for the business logic and another cluster of servers for the DBMS).

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Hosting Agents are light-weight agents that must be installed on a Hosting Infrastructure in order to let Cloudlets deploy there the backend they generate, and to update the backend when required. A secure VPN must be setup between the Livebase platform and the Hosting Infrastructure, to allow communication between Cloudlets and the local Agent.

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