Choosing a License Server

SOLO Server Automation offers many powerful features for automated license activation and management, which is used in combination with one of our licensing clients.

Most of our customers choose one of our SOLO Server Shared URL hosted options. Our monthly subscription options start at $49, $99, and $199 per month, and include a hosted SOLO Server Shared URL account, access to our licensing clients, and more.

We also have our enterprise level offerings, which include  SOLO Server Dedicated URL or SOLO Server Self-Hosted. 

  • SOLO Server Dedicated URL is a managed service using your domain name on our IT infrastructure with advanced customizability & integration options.
  • SOLO Server Self-Hosted gives you royalty-free use of the application on your own IT infrastructure for complete autonomy, as well as advanced customizability & integration options.

To learn more about these packages, go to our SOLO Server Automation Packages page.

If you are debating between SOLO Server Shared URL and Dedicated URL, and will need any of the advanced features and customizability, then it is strongly recommended that you choose the SOLO Server Dedicated URL option since there is not an easy way to migrate from SOLO Server Shared URL to SOLO Server Dedicated URL.

Our Hosting Platform

Customers choose our hosted options (SOLO Server Shared URL and Dedicated URL) based on their proven reliability for over 20 years and the significant investment we have made in our hosting platform. Some of our hosting platform highlights include:

  • Large commercial data center with physical security, redundant cooling, redundant power grid connections (tier 4 class)
  • UPS and generator backups are tested regularly, as well as multiple major backbone connections to the Internet.
  • Only duly authorized personnel are allowed inside of the data center facility, and only designated employees are allowed to connect to our servers through a Virtual Private Network.
  • Redundant firewalls, a commercial load-balancer, and multiple front-end web servers that operate in a load-balanced, failover configuration.
  • Employ multiple database servers. All servers are backed-up several times per day and sent to a geographically distant data center in the unlikely event of a disaster.
  • Use of multiple third-party commercial services to monitor our hosting facility and application availability from 21 locations around the world.

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