Core dna is designed on open, component-based architecture to be a flexible environment that can be easily managed. The architecture supports a range of operations and has been tested on both Unix and Windows based platforms. This helps to reduce problems that can arise from different operating systems and allows flexibility during deployment. The presentation layer supports an interaction with the business logic through the services layer. It allows the flexibility for each of our clients to control the look and feel of their website as well as the functional modules they wish to deliver.
The technology is built on the LAMP stack. Linux base operating system, Apache HTTPd web server, MariaDB database layer and PHP development language. The front end stack is agnostic and we have developed solutions using a variety of front end frameworks including Bootstrap, Foundation, UI kit, AngularJS, React.
Core dna DXP is a Software as a Service platform.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a way of delivering applications over the Internet through a subscription fee model instead of through traditional on-premises, licensed software models of the past.
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Core dna runs on cloud infrastructure. Cloud infrastructure provides relief from the dependency on physical hardware. It also provides a solution for scalability.
In simple terms, cloud computing is a farm of servers that all contribute to a pool of resources. This is separate... [Read more]
Although SaaS applications such as Core dna DXP are ‘multi-tenanted’, users can easily customize applications to fit their business processes without affecting the common infrastructure. Because there is a separation between that front-end experience layer and the Core dna DXP... [Read more]
Core dna is built as a multitenant platform. All users of Core dna login from a single login screen.
A multitenant architecture such as Core dna means that all users and applications share a single, common infrastructure and code base that is centrally maintained.... [Read more]