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Use the SecSign Portal in the Cloud
On-premise installation of the SecSign Portal and use of our Cloud SecSign ID Server for secure authentication
Combined on-premise installation of SecSign Portal and SecSign ID Server
The requirements on the operating system of the SecSign Portal depend on the installation type and on the database option you selected.
|Installation Type||Operating System||Database Type||Database Options|
|Own Server Installation|| Any OS supporting Java Runtime Environment, f.i.
Windows, Linux or Mac OS (AIX and many other possible)
|Using an existing database server||
|Using a free database (optionally on the same server as SecSign ID Server)||
|Ready-made or turnkey Virtual Appliance (VMWare or VirtualBox)||VM: Linux Ubuntu 64-bit||Using pre-installed database||Oracle 12c Express Edition|
(*) or later versions
User data, messages, and folder information are all recorded in your database. Files are encrypted and stored on the local file system (for on-premises installations) or in the cloud (for hybrid cloud deployments). Optionally, files can be encrypted and stored in the database, though this is not recommended. Internal systems and processes can be configured to automatically store files in the Portal.
|Portal Local File Storage||Cloud File Storage (Amazon S3)||Database File Storage|
|For full on-premises deployments of SecSign Portal, files can be stored using any file system recognized by the OS, such as a local HDD, NAS, SAN, etc.||SecSign Portal can also be deployed on premises with a hybrid cloud option. The Portal server runs on your infrastructure, and files are stored in encrypted form in the cloud. SecSign Portal uses Amazon S3 for high capacity, reliable, scalable, and extremely fast file storage, while the Portal can be installed and can operate on your server for total control of security, encryption and decryption.||The latest version of Oracle now enables storing of SecSign Portal files in your database. Though this is not recommended, some enterprises may find advantages to database storage such as using backup standards that are already in place.|
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