Deployment Architecture

There are no one size fits all when it comes to how the solution is deployed. The LogiSense platform is designed for scalability. As LogiSense customers grow their business, they expect their back office system to handle the workloads and usage that come with a larger volume of customers, data and transactions.

There are 3 components to any LogiSense Billing deployment. Hosted customers typically don’t have to concern themselves with these details but they are useful nonetheless for informational purposes.

AWS
ComponentDescription
LogiSense Web ServerThe LogiSense Web Server is Windows IIS based and hosts the web portal. This is the administrator portal through which an administrator configures the platform.
LogiSense App ServerThe LogiSense App Server hosts the application services such as subscription billing and real time rating that power the LogiSense platform. The App Server runs multiple services; each service executes processing for a key LogiSense Billing processing block.
LogiSense Database ServerThis server powers the Microsoft SQL database. The database contains configuration data, tables and business data that needs to be persisted.

There are various deployment topologies that can be supported based on the scalability, performance and redundancy needs of the end customer. LogiSense Billing is deployed in a private cloud via Amazon Web Services (AWS).