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CloudBolt Architecture Quick Look 703.665.1060 There are two suggested designs: a single node and a distributed architecture. • Single Node: This is recommended for users that are new to CloudBolt, as it is simplest to set up and maintain. A single node architecture can be suitable for production environments if third party tools are used to maintain appliance availability. • Distributed Architecture: This can be used to maintain High Availability, which is used to increase scalability in larger deployments. This deployment type is more complex to deploy and relies on external services to provide High Availability of the platform, e.g. load balancing, file and database services. This document is a high level overview of both architectures. We recommend you adapt them to suit the needs of your deployment. You can find a full reference architecture guide here. CloudBolt is based on a standard 3-tier app model: Web/App/DB with a LAMP stack. Users interact with the application using a Browser-based client or via integration into their own tools using the CloudBolt API. Overview CloudBolt Architecture CLOUDBOLT REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW Get a high level view of the CloudBolt appliance architecture QUICK LOOK

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