If i have a database on my system and have developed a flow can i host it on cloud
Is your on-prem database accessible from outside your local network?
Hi Ritushree Shukla,
Unfortunately that is a broad question and doesn't have a single answer. It would certainly depend on your organization's network and security. For us, we use an on-prem molecule for running integrations that need to interface between applications inside of our network. We also use those on-prem processes for reverse/forward proxy services so that on-prem applications are able to make/receive requests from outside of the network.
If you are looking for a solution with VPN - Boomi doesn't do this.. You either have to open firewall ports / ACLs to the outside world - or run local Atoms. You could probably build a hybrid architecture similar to what John is talking about where you expose internal services / applications / endpoints via API in Boomi on-premise.. And then orchestrate using Cloud Atoms.
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