waave was developed by specialists with many years of experience in the field of identity and access management as well as software development. waave is preferably used as a cloud solution. Only Platform as a Service (PaaS) components are used. The application is implemented within a very short time. The costs for operation and maintenance are also very low. If necessary, waave can also be installed on an on-premise Windows server.
waave is based on cloud technology and can therefore be put into operation extremely quickly and efficiently. Various environments such as test, staging or production can be set up quickly and easily.
A big advantage of Platform as a Service (PaaS) components is the low maintenance costs. Using PaaS eliminates the need for application or database servers. The effort for maintenance is also very low, since no servers need to be equipped with updates. The application and the data are backed up using Azure Backup.
All waave components are implemented as RESTful Web Services. Thus, external applications can access information from waave or initiate actions or processes within waave. Thus, waave can be optimally integrated into the existing process landscape.
In order for waave to access the on-premise infrastructure, a VPN connection between Microsoft Azure and the on-premises network is configured. Thus, all the necessary prerequisites have already been created so that waave can update systems that are in the on-premises network.
Azure is a premier cloud computing platform from Microsoft, providing optimal services for the operation of applications based on a microservice architecture. waave installs and runs on Azure in no time. Azure is constantly being expanded by Microsoft so that it can continue to benefit from innovative technologies in the future.
If a cloud solution is not an option, then waave can also be installed on an on-premise Windows server. A hybrid solution is also configurable. In such an implementation, waave is hosted in Azure, but the database server (in which waave stores the data) is operated on-premises