Ubiquity Private Server


Private Server


The Private Server is a new component of the Ubiquity software platform that enables any company to implement a private server infrastructure for data and connections management completely autonomous and fully independent from the public infrastructure managed and maintained by ASEM.

From a functional and operating point of view there are no differences between the public and private infrastructure.

The PRIVATE SERVER package is made of two components: the PRIMARY SERVER (mandatory) and the SECONDARY SERVER (optional).


The PRIMARY SERVER is a server application responsible of discovery, accessibility, authentication, access control and data management.


The SECONDARY SERVER is an application that implements the relay function ensuring connectivity between the Control Center and runtime regardless of the topology of the network infrastructure from which both systems are connected to the Internet. The Private Server needs at least one relay server, requirement already satisfied from the primary server.


The server applications can be installed on physical machines or virtual machines even on cloud servers.
Infrastructure scalability with the possibility to introduce several relay server at any time.
Support for multiple domains.
No limits to the number of devices.
No limits to the number of concurrent connections.

Ubiquity benefits

Works in the same way as the public one.
Easy migration from the public infrastructure together with the entire database and historical data.
Completely independent from the public infrastructure and total control of the data base.
With the Ubiquity Private server there is no intermediate part between the company who acquired it and their final users.
Autonomous backup managing.
No need to get custom or proprietary server devices to host the Private server. The customer is free to decide between physical or virtual machine and the deployment location.
There are only “una tantum” costs, no variable neither hidden recurrent costs.
Regular free updates.


Private Servers

Primary Server

Secondary Server





2 public IP addresses, one of them associated to an Internet Domain name

Windows 7 64 bit or later
Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit or later
SQL Server 2012 or later, Express edition or greater
.NET Framework 4.6.1 Client

1 public IP address

Windows 7 64 bit or later
Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit or later
.NET Framework 4.6.1 Client

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