[Seaside] Re: Internal/external order tracking system
frank.shearar at angband.za.org
Sun Dec 19 19:27:09 UTC 2010
If you have the luxury of living in a country where you can take your
ISP's uptime for granted, that makes perfect sense.
As long as that really is the case.
If not, then Sean's plan of having a local network thing and a web apps
thing that can talk to each other makes a whole lot of sense, especially
when downtime means your business can't operate at all.
On 2010/12/18 21:32, Sebastian Sastre wrote:
> What is the practical difference in the downtime your users will get from being in the cloud versus having the same web app in their LAN?
> Downtime could happen for millions of reasons anyway. Why do you think that using the LAN is going to do any substantial difference for the better?
> On Dec 18, 2010, at 5:54 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:
>> Sebastian Sastre wrote:
>>> I really don't understand why other option than a web application could be
>> I'm not quite sure what you mean, would you say more?
>> It's going to be a web app. The question is whether to have it on the local
>> network, remotely (VPS), or two web apps (a local that passes data to the
>> remote for customers)
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