With the SPI on-premises deployment model, the SPI Orange Series software is installed and operates on client-server architecture whereby the server is owned and managed by the client. The location of the server and database can be on-site, or in a remote data center, or perhaps in the cloud as a hosted service.
When the client chooses this model, we install and configure the SPI products on the client's server. It relies on the local area network (LAN) and the hardware resources provided by the client.
In this model, the client is responsible for the ongoing costs of the server hardware, Windows, and SQL Server updates released by Microsoft.
Client manages the hardware and windows updates
Client manages database backups
VPN access required
SPI deploys software updates using VPN
In today’s connected world, there is often a preference to eliminate on-site server hardware with the goal of reducing initial investment and on-going maintenance costs.
The SPI Cloud deployment model will allow your resort personnel to access the SPI Orange Series software applications over the Internet using mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers.
This model has a low up-front cost with a convenient monthly fee that includes the software license, hosting, support, and updates.
When the client chooses this model, we install and configure the SPI products in our cloud environment. We provide the infrastructure, hardware, and software resources.
In this model, SPI is responsible for hardware, Windows, and SQL Server updates released by Microsoft.
SPI manages the hardware and windows updates
SPI manages database backups
SPI deploys software updates on the cloud
Software as a service subscription
No need to configure VPN or RDP connection
With the Hybrid deployment model, mission-critical SPI Orange Series software applications are installed using the
On-Premises model and the ancillary SPI Orange Series applications accessed using the Cloud model. This model provides the advantages of both the Cloud and the On-Premises model.
When the client chooses this model, we install and configure some SPI products in our cloud environment and others in the client's server.
In this model, SPI is responsible for the cloud resources and the client is responsible for the on-premises resources.
SPI manages the hardware and windows updates in the cloud
Client manages the hardware and windows updates in their server
SPI deploys software updates to both environments