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  • Trying to understand how folks open their iseries to the Internet

    I have an older application that was developed a long while ago. over the years, we've updated the front end a couple of times (screen scrapping, etc). We're now using Profound Logic's front end. My question is on opening up the iseries to the internet. Currently, we require the use of VPN to / from the iseries, but we're being pushed to find a way to open the app so VPN isn't required. We can use HTTPS but is that enough? Since the database is on the same LPAR that would be open to the internet, doesn't that present a security risk?
    Is there a way to run the database on a different LPar (for an older application that wasn't written with that in mind) and still get reasonable response time? I recall in the distant past, using DDM files, but is there a better way? If using DDM, would that really provide the response needed for interactive work?

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    I replied to this here: https://core.profoundlogic.com/forum...hp?f=43&t=3087

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