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Tuesday, 5 January 2016

LDC Via: how does it work?

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LDC Via offers a comprehensive programming model to make the most of your organisation’s data: a RESTful API provides secure access to everything you need, and you can build a new front-end to your data using whatever technology you wish—our own LDC Via Lens offering lets you build a simple interface with no code at all!


Whether migrated using our web application or a local installation of the Java utility, your data is safe and sound. All content is stored in a resilient, backed-up MongoDB instance, with our application layer (and its in-built security) on top.





There are many reasons why an organisation would want to take advantage of the possibilities offered by LDC Via. Here are some of the more common use-cases:

  • Speed up existing Domino applications by off-loading data to the LDC Via platform.
  • Move data from Domino into a document store more suited to an organisation’s defined IT architecture plans with minimal upheaval.
  • Manage the “push” of data from inside the firewall to the outside world (e.g. for suppliers and clients).
  • Use LDC Via as an alternative document store for data that would otherwise languish in an application or environment which has been retired.
  • A simple application archive solution: LDC Via’s document store coupled with its web-based data viewer and query engine make for an effective archive (especially combined with our standard application templates).

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