EASA is an enterprise business software suite that encapsulates a customer's domain-specific knowledge and computational expertise within a network application called an EASAP (short for EASA APPLICATION).
An EASAP provides a simple, straightforward and flexible user interface which insulates the User from the complexity of the underlying software.
An EASAP may recruit 'live' Excel spreadsheets, batch programs, database operations or other processing software to complete a task.
An EASAP may require significant computational resources such as:
In general any machine running EASA must have:
We recommend a machine configured as a combined EASAP/Excel Server that supports 20-40 Excel processes should have:
An Excel Server (physical or virtual) and its demand for Excel processes will gain performance from:
An EASAP will run on a system with fewer resources, though a larger cluster of machines may become necessary if User load increases.
While EASA's hardware requirements are CPU and chipset vendor agnostic, we have found excellent performance using Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology. Where EASA is installed on an Intel® HT architecture, Hyper-Threading should be enabled.