WEBCON BPS provides a high performance workflow engine, external database and scalable logical architecture. That is why our BPM platform can support thousands of users and handle millions of documents and tasks, depending on your company’s needs.
WEBCON BPS can be installed on top of your existing SharePoint environment and does not require any additional machines to run. Below you can find the requirements for two types of ‘from scratch’ installations.
‘All-in-one’ development or testing environment
For the most compact WEBCON BPS ‘all-in-one’ configuration, you can use a single machine added to your company’s Active Directory. The required software components are:
Setting up a production environment (suitable for up to 1,000 users) will require the installation of SharePoint and installation of WEBCON BPS on top of it.
In most cases this means two separate machines. One for the application (SharePoint) and a separate database server (MS SQL) in accordance with the best practices for SharePoint installations. WEBCON BPS installs as a solution for SharePoint and creates its own databases, typically on the same server you use to host SharePoint’s DBs.
Recommended configuration for a high workload scenario
The WEBCON BPS scalable architecture enables you to create
an environment that efficiently handles tens of thousands of end users.
Setting up a high workload scenario requires thoughtful infrastructure planning, although the most basic guidelines have been presented below:
WEBCON BPS can be hosted in the Azure Cloud and/or integrated with Microsoft’s Office 365 SharePoint online services.
Depending on your needs, WEBCON BPS can be scaled-up to support tens of thousands of users.
There are many possible scenarios for WEBCON BPS configurations in the Azure Cloud, depending on your company’s current infrastructure.
Requirements for installing WEBCON BPS in the Azure Cloud are similar to on-premises installation: