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1C:Enterprise in the cloud

The concept of cloud services for business applications is as simple as moving the application servers from the on-premises network to the Internet. The end users continue working with the same software (either the native client or the web client); the only thing required is an Internet connection. They no longer need to log on to the local enterprise network (directly or through VPN). Moreover, if the enterprise uses the SaaS model, the end users do not need to worry about software administration and updates any longer—the cloud service provider hosting your application servers will manage these tasks.

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Eye catcher image: the author of this article illustrates the "1C:Enterprise in the cloud" concept by using simple objects: clouds, banner, aircraft, parachute.

1C:Enterprise applications support both HTTP and HTTPS connections, making for a seamless transition of 1C:Enterprise application servers to the Internet. That's all you need to create a basic 1C:Enterprise cloud solution.

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Modifying the fonts on 1cfresh-based service

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What if you are deploying 1cfresh-based service and need to customize the site fonts? Sure, why not. Let’s do it using Vietnamese service as an example:

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Sizing guide for 1cfresh


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There are two main questions to inevitably arise when deploying 1cfresh service (or any other system for that matter):

  • What kind of hardware do we need to cope with expected workload?
  • How many users can comfortably work with the service at the hardware configuration that we have?

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Using MS IIS as a front-end server for 1cfresh

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1cfresh solution divides its functionality between two main service points:
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• Java server: hosts 1cfresh WWW site and conference
• Backend server: WEB service hosting 1C:Enterprise infobases.

To provide users with a single entry point, 1cfresh uses front-end server - middleware redirecting users' requests depending on their destination.

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