EASA System Architecture outlines various use cases.
Hardware Requirements provides a detailed specification for each machine role.
System Software Requirements outlines which Windows or linux versions are supported under EASA, install one of these operating systems.
EASA is written in Java which gives a high degree of cross-platform portability.
Many customers install EASA on a Microsoft Windows system simply because their IT department already supports it.
EASA should be installed after any necessary third-party software is installed.
After step 1. and step 2. → Install the EASA System
By default an EASA Server will communicate with other machines and with a browser using HTTP.
By default an EASA Server is accessed from a browser and requires a User, Author or Administrator manually login.
There are a number of software tools as well as hardware infrastructure that preserve the data integrity of an EASA installation.
<SERVERDATA> contains all customer-related data; this data cannot be recovered if lost
<EASAROOT> is the actual EASA software and may be regenerated by a re-installation.