Required software for building and deploying Cora SeQuence applications.
|Database||SQL Server 2016 SP1 (Enterprise or Standard editions) and later|
|Target server||Operating system: Windows Server 2016 and later|
|Building machine||Operating system: Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 and later|
Target server: server where you deploy the Cora SeQuence V9.x application.
Building machine: computer where you build the applications and package them for deployment.
Hardware requirements for deploying Cora SeQuence in a single server topology.
|Processor||2.5 Gigahertz (GHz),|
4 64-bit cores
|Quad Core processors that are each 3.3 GHz or faster.|
|RAM||4 GB||8 GB|
|Disk||NTFS file system–formatted partition with a minimum of 36 GB of free space.||NTFS file system–formatted partition with 72 GB of free space and adequate free space for your websites.|
|Drive||DVD drive||DVD drive or the source copied to a local or network-accessible drive.|
|Display||1024 × 768||1366 × 768 or higher resolution monitor.|
|Network||256 kilobits per second (Kbps) connection between client computers and server.||512 Kbps or faster connection between client computers and server.|
For information on how to activate your license, see Activate your Cora SeQuence license, in this article.
For a successful deployment, you need to set up the following accounts.
|Deployment Account||Used to deploy Cora SeQuence applications.||A domain user account or Local Account|
|Application Pool Identity Account||Used to run Cora SeQuence Administration site and the Flowtime website.||A domain user account or Local Account|
|Cora SeQuence Database Account||SQL Server account that is used to create the Cora SeQuence database, and used by the application to communicate with the database server.||SQL account|
|Cora SeQuence Windows Services Account||Used to run the Background Runtime Windows Service, Job Execution Service, and optionally, the Active Directory Synchronization Windows service.||A domain user account or Local Account|