There are a few things that you should know about the Sage EM (formerly Sage X3) system requirements, as well as the underlying architecture and technology, needed to get the ERP software up and running properly. Here’s how it all breaks down.
The Sage EM architecture is organized in layers so that data management, process execution, and information display are handled independently. This multi-tier architecture ensures highly reliable system operations in all circumstances.
At the heart of the Sage EM design is an open architecture that provides your company with a free choice of operating systems, databases, network environment, and deployment options.
Sage EM runs equally well on Microsoft Windows®, Unix, or Linux Red Hat, with either Oracle or Microsoft SQL databases. It can be deployed as a web application, a desktop application, or both (dual mode).
Since Sage EM can be run in the cloud OR as a “traditional” on-premises installation, it’s important to note that the system requirements for each will be very different.
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