Exivity can be installed on any Microsoft Windows 2012 R2 or higher server in your on premise data center or in the cloud. Depending on the amount of data, Exivity recommends the following system configuration:
Both the Data sources and CUPR in above tables are recommended limits. All systems should have a standard C: OS drive. The storage recommendation in the table above is for a D: drive, which preferably is SSD.
Exivity ships with PostgreSQL version 12 which is installed by default on single node deployments. In larger environments Exivity recommends to run PostgreSQL on a dedicated database node or cluster. This database node can then also be configured using streaming replication and an optional cluster manager (i.e. pg_auto_failover) to achieve High Availability. To achieve the best performance when hosting a dedicated PostgreSQL node, Exivity recommends running Linux on a PostreSQL supported Linux distribution (i.e. RHEL, Ubuntu).
When deploying a dedicated PostgreSQL database node, or when using a hosted PostgreSQL database, the following
postgres.conf parameters need to be considered:
recommended value: 16 (or higher)
recommended value: 25% of system memory)
recommended value: 32MB (or higher)
recommended value: 64MB (or higher)
Additionally, before installing Exivity on the Application server a database must be created up front using the following characteristics (:
CREATE DATABASE exdbWITHOWNER = exadminTEMPLATE = template0ENCODING = 'UTF8'LC_COLLATE = 'en_US.UTF-8'LC_CTYPE = 'en_US.UTF-8'CONNECTION LIMIT = -1;
In the above example query a database named
exdb is created which is owned by the user
exadmin. The name of both the database and the user account are not fixed and can be changed when desired.
The Exivity front-end supports the following desktop browsers:
Google Chrome v59+
Microsoft Edge v41+ (EdgeHTML 16+ / Blink 80+)
Mozilla Firefox v65+ (support added in Exivity v2.10.0)
Apple Safari v10.1+ (support added in Exivity v3.2.7)
We don't support Apple Safari at the moment due to missing features in this browser.