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.
Minimum hardware requirements
Following are the minimum hardware requirements for a basic Cora SeQuence configuration. The actual configuration should take into consideration the implementation's expected volume and performance requirements.
- Single-server deployment: all Cora SeQuence components are deployed on the same server.
|Windows server||8||2||100 GB||1|
|SQL server*||16||4||1000 GB||1|
- Two back-end servers: Administration site, ADSS, BRS, JES
- Two front-end servers: Flowtime site, WebAPI site
- Load balancing: Each pair is coupled by a load balancer
|Windows server||8||4||100 GB||4|
|SQL server*||32||4||2000 GB||1|
* For both environments, the SQL server can be replaced by Azure SQL Managed Instance.
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|