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Flexible, scalable, reliable

NoMachine Cloud Server

NoMachine version 7 represents the latest iteration of the now-established NX technology. We started working on NX, the "Next X", in which X was the X-Windows System (something only the Unix die-hards may know of), or the Next Network Computing, in 2001 and the first public release was in 2003. Since then, we have come a long way. We thought about it and started giving people a way to work from anywhere when the word “Cloud” and cloud computing had yet to be invented. Cloud Server combines the unprecedented remote desktop capabilities of NoMachine software with infrastructure optimization and consolidation to provide secure, centralized access to the apps and data employees and third parties need to get the job done. With Cloud Server, administrators are empowered to control and deploy thousands of desktops and server resources in the corporate datacenter, whether physical, virtual or "in the cloud" all with infinite scale and flexibility. It is a truly cross-platform solution that bridges the gap between physical and virtual resources scattered across corporate networks, allowing organizations to converge heterogeneous environments running on Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix.

Modern and legacy desktops

From a management perspective, Cloud Server makes scaling and controlling any IT infrastructure easier than ever. As a broker for organizations looking to leverage existing hosted infrastructures, Cloud Server is the key component for converging an unlimited number of remote NoMachine servers running Linux, Windows, and Mac desktops, for example Enterprise Desktop hosts, but also ‘Foreign’ servers, like those supporting the X-Windows protocol. Often these legacy systems such as Solaris, HP_UX, AIX and BSD host a large chunk of enterprise information assets. Since an organization’s business operations rely heavily on being able to access these environments, support for Unix servers is as critical as ever. With NoMachine Cloud Server, any remote desktop environment whether on Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix can be published easily and securely. Cloud Server is the gateway to your entire desktop and server infrastructure. Administrators can combine unlimited pools of NoMachine, and non-NoMachine, servers and consolidate the entire infrastructure under a single Cloud Server to deliver a seamless user experience whilst centralizing management. By clustering two Cloud Servers, business continuity is guaranteed thanks to its automatic failover protection in the event of system failure or downtime.


Embracing the cloud

Desktops accessed through Cloud Server need not physically exist. By adding virtual machines with NoMachine Enterprise Desktop installed, for example, to Cloud Server you can combine the resilience and flexibility of both NoMachine and cloud computing. It allows work-from-home users to access remote desktops and servers from any device, through a single gateway including via web. NoMachine products work with any Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, offering the same ease of use on VMware vSphere ©, Microsoft Hyper-V ©, Citrix Xen ©, and KVM based virtual-machines, regardless of whether they're running in your own datacenter or in public cloud. Cloud-based desktops, like those hosted on Amazon EC2 ©, Rackspace ©, Google Cloud © or Azure ©, are rapidly becoming the norm for businesses which want simplicity, flexibility and scalability from their IT. A hosted desktop in a VDI environment running on a cloud infrastructure mimics the traditional desktop environment but as a Desktop as a Service (DaaS) model, simplifying the challenges of deployment, data security and how to keep HW costs low.



Scale up and out

Cloud Server can be combined with any other NoMachine server product in the enterprise-oriented range, not just Enterprise Desktops and legacy Unix servers. It sits at the pinnacle of the NoMachine product pyramid enabling centralized access to a highway of an unlimited number of server hosts including those from the Terminal Server Family. Its intuitive user interface lets administrators converge an infinite number of Enterprise Desktops, X-Window hosts, Workstations, Terminal Servers, clustered Enterprise Terminal Servers, even second-level clustered Cloud Servers to create a dependable network of hosted resources. By centralizing deployment of your entire server network, Cloud Server alleviates the sprawl usually associated with serving complex infrastructures. Its GUI not only enables on-demand provisioning of corporate resources, it also functions as a single point of visibility, providing a coherent view of all the hosts available. With Cloud Server your environment grows together with your requirements by letting organizations consolidate even the most extensive of hosted desktop and server infrastructures, efficiently routing users to the requested host within the corporate network. Build a flexible structure of desktop nodes and application servers to organize your resources into a hierarchy for unified access & management. Add Enterprise Terminal Server clusters, pools of Enterprise Desktops, even other multi-tiered Cloud Servers to a parent Cloud Server.


Cloud Server

Cloud Server comes with annual support options and software updates. For complete details about the functionalities available, please consult the links to Cloud Server and Enterprise Desktop below.

NoMachine Cloud Server

Bridge the gap between physical and virtual resources scattered across corporate networks by converging heterogeneous environments running on Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix workstations. Cloud Server is the gateway to your entire desktop and server infrastructure efficiently routing users to the requested resource.

NoMachine Enterprise Desktop

Enterprise Desktop is the remote access product which, when installed on individual desktops and single servers within your organization and connected to Cloud Server, enables secure and reliable access to all your resources via a single gateway using a consistent user interface on all operating systems.

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