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What makes it CloudReady?

CloudReady is designed from the ground up as an integrated software and hardware platform that enables a customer to efficiently operate 10s if not 100s of bioreactors through a single user interface over the network. With its highly customizable automation functions and remote control capabilities, you can design and execute experiments remotely. Whilst this has been the classical usage scenario of our high-throughput system for over a decade, as your business grows, so does our platform,  and we are entering the territory of the Cloud business model.

D2MS Feature

Building your "Private Cloud" (Optional)

With the integrated software and hardware, the scalable architecture of the CloudReady system enables your organization to set up high-throughput bioreactor systems that can be used by authorized teams (and partners) who may not even be in the same geographic location through a secure connection. You will no longer need to equip each team or subsidiary with separate hardware and manpower. Instead, a dedicated operations and maintenance squad can perform all the basic tasks from one centralized location, whilst your scientists can do the more advanced experiment design and in-depth data analysis in remote offices, or even work from home.

CloudReady Networking

Upgrading CRO/CDMO to "Cloud  Services"

In recent years, CDMOs and CROs are becoming increasingly popular in the biotech industry. However, there is no way that CDMOs and CROs understand your product and process as well as you do, which results in slow progress and sub-par performance, while your scientists and engineers eagerly wait for the results. The only way a CDMO or CRO can solve this problem is to pour in more resources, which incur considerable costs. Thanks to its rich remote control and monitoring features, our Cloudready system enables a CXO's customer to see the results in near real-time and make operational changes directly if necessary. This effectively turns a CXO's facility into the customers' lab in the cloud.

Data Security

With such an advanced system, data security is of paramount importance. We will leave the deployment of the cloud service to your own IT department or trusted service providers. There are a few options you can consider:

  •  Obtain a static public IP address and a domain name for the gateway server. You will need to contact your ISP and domain name provider for this. This approach allows you to have a public IP address or URL for the system.

  •  If your organization already has a static public IP address, you can also utilize port forwarding.

  •  Implement a reverse proxy server. Open-source solutions like https://github.com/fatedier/frp are available. You will need a Cloud server with a public IP address, running a supported operating system (e.g., Ubuntu Linux).

  •  Utilize a third-party remote desktop application such as TeamViewer or AnyDesk. While this option may be the simplest, it comes at a cost.

  •  Use a VPN. If you already have a VPN, you can also set up your own remote desktop or VNC server.

  • These options provide various levels of security and accessibility, allowing you to choose the most suitable approach for your organization's needs.

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