ShadowSuite’s presentation layer is a thin-client for minimal impact on the user’s desktop. ShadowSuite’s application layer employs clustered application servers for maximum throughput and redundancy. ShadowSuite’ relational database server layer for data storage can also be clustered for maximum throughput and performance.
ShadowSuite’s multi-server cluster infrastructure is designed to be tolerant of hardware and network failures while continuing to deliver services to the user community.
Hardware to run ShadowSuite can be added to the cluster in manageable increments as volumes and users increase.
Unified Data Infrastructure:
Regardless of the amount of ShadowSuite functionality employed, the user experiences an integrated view of data and workflow.
ShadowSuite permits direct integration from client implemented systems. ShadowSuite utilizes industry standard interfaces and messaging protocols.
Open Database Schema:
ShadowSuite permits direct client generated queries against its replicated database maintained in the client’s own environment utilizing standard SQL tools.
ShadowSuite is a multi-window, menu-driven, drill-down capable interface using Windows presentation standards.
ShadowSuite utilizes encryption for sensitive data. Encryption can be applied to data during transmission as well as when stored in the database.