NoMachine’s Cloud Server sits at the top of the NoMachine server stack to let organizations consolidate their entire NoMachine server environment. Tailored for organizations with large-scale deployments, it not only gives employees a secure, central access point to their application or desktop, it also permits administrators to build a scalable multi-tier infrastructure.
Available for Windows, Mac or Linux it conveniently converges any number of Enterprise Desktops, Workstations, Terminal Servers, Enterprise Terminal Servers and associated Terminal Server Nodes,”foreign” servers, and even second-level Cloud Servers under a single or clustered Cloud Server. Any NoMachine server or X-Windows host can be quickly added to the network just by using the administration GUI. With server fail-over protection included, administrators can create a highly-available active/passive cluster to ensure continuity of service to users should there be a master server outage.
- Give access to every type of desktop and application residing on any server in the NoMachine infrastructure. Physical or virtual, personalized or standard, any operating system, and according to user requirements
- Point of entry for all users from any device or HTML-enabled browser. Broker connections to unlimited Enterprise Desktops, Workstations and other NoMachine servers as well as to X-Window hosts such as Solaris, AIX and BSD
- Protect apps and data in your own cloud. Leverage profiles and security controls to deliver content based on user level, location and network
- High availability and fail-over. Maximize uptime by creating a cluster of Cloud Servers reducing unplanned downtime