Optiwise Architecture

Optiwise N-tier - architecture was chosen for full scalability for hundreds of concurrent users. Business servers can be dynamically clustered. Adding additional power is as simple as installing and starting a new server. The presentation servers are session oriented, and can be deployed in a load-balanced array of machines. Servers are managed with an integrated management console, which provides functions for the startup and shutdown of the servers, and for monitoring the status and performance of the servers remotely.

Ultra-Thin Client
The client front end of Optiwise is built as an Ultra Thin Client. An ultra- thin client has the smallest possible footprint, facilitating fast download times. UTC is available in the form of an installable Java application, as well as in the form of an applet in an Internet browser. Optiwise Ultra Thin Client is designed to work even over modem lines.

Presentation Server
Presentation Server is responsible for mapping business data into GUI-specific presentation models. They employ an application independent component for the client part of the application .The approach is quite novel and specifically designed for high quality user interfaces while requiring only low network bandwidth and modest development effort.

Business Logic Server
This tier provides a unified distributed object view to the encapsulated business logic.
Optiwise Business Logic Optiwise server cluster architecture is based on BEA WebLogic.

This tier is typically represented by a relational database. Its main task is to serve as a persistent store. Optiwise is Database independent. Optiwise uses Oracle 8i as its backend tier.

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