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Visual KPI reads multiple data sources in real-time (big data, historians, databases, manual data, web services and more) and adds context with KPIs, groups/hierarchy, alerts, and geolocation. It gets your critical data in the hands of more users without extensive training and it can be deployed in days, not months. Want to see how we do it?

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What is it?

Visual KPI is mobile dashboard software for any device. It reads existing data sources and delivers KPIs, scorecards, analytics and alerts in real-time.

Who uses it?

Decision makers. Operations. Remote workers. Data Junkies. Anyone who values knowing what's happening right now, regardless of their device.

Why use it?

Mobility is no longer optional. Visual KPI presents problems and opportunities before it's too late. Oh, and there's no six-month project that "might" pay off.

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Support FAQ > Security > What is a reverse proxy and how does Visual KPI support this?

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A reverse proxy typically provides one or more of the following:

  • A way to hide the existence of the target web servers 
  • Application firewall to allow centralized management of various common attack vectors and malware 
  • SSL encryption off-loading (sometimes called SSL Acceleration), allowing the web server to run without software SSL to increase overall performance 
  • Load balancing for back-end web farm architectures 
  • Content cache for frequently-requested content 
  • Failover management when one of the load-balanced web servers goes down 

A reverse proxy typically resides in the DMZ, allowing the VKPI server to reside on the LAN behind a firewall. The AD servers typically also reside on the LAN.

The reverse proxy hides these boxes from the outside connecting user, thus allowing a seamless 2-step authentication

  1. Client connects to FQDN pointing to reverse proxy (e.g. 
  2. Proxy routes traffic to internal site. Internal site challenges client to login with User Name / Pwd screen, User enters credentials 
  3. AD either authenticates the credentials or not, provides answer 
  4. If authenticated, internal site immediately shows initial requested page

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Last updated on April 2, 2013 by Transpara

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