CData Arc is a web application, and can be hosted using the embedded web server included with the installation or on an external web server. This section contains information on server and application administration.
This section contains information relevant to hosting the application via a web server:
- Embedded web server configuration
- External web server deployment
- System requirements
This section details the various types of logs maintained by the application:
- Transaction Log
- Application Log
- Audit Log
- Access Log
- Web Server Log
This section explains the types of users that can access Arc and how these users are managed.
This section explains how to route errors within the application Flow or configure global error alerts.
This section describes how to set up multiple instances of Arc to process the same data and use the same configuration. This allows for a load-balanced or high-availability setup.
This section explains how Arc can be hosted in a out-of-network site like the cloud to prevent the need to expose your internal network to outside traffic.
Separating the Console and Public Receiving Endpoints
This section explains how Arc can host publically-accessible endpoints on different ports that the main application configuration console. This adds a layer of security redundancy to prevent external parties from ever gainin access to the application configuration.
This section explains how Arc can be configured to support Single Sign-On via identity providers like Azure AD.