Our first live webinar of the new year focused on Interface Design Best Practices presented by our very own Solutions Consultant, Marcus Walters. This webinar covered the fundamentals of interface design, as well as ways to implement clarity, efficiency, and flexibility into your own interfaces.
Some of the core topics covered included designing patterns in Iguana, securing credential data at rest with Lua, as well as storing and recalling configurations across multiple Iguana instances.
Note: This live webinar was originally presented on February 24th, 2021.
Using Iguana to send data to one hosted in the cloud would be a great solution in the short term. The reason why is because the underlying infrastructure is using a cloud hybrid approach. Hybrid cloud is essentially the combination of two or more infrastructures, each with their own set of rules that govern how data is processed. Depending on various factors like speed, network configurations, and future scale outs, dynamic routing of Iguana data should take into consideration all of these factors first before it could be utilized as a long term solution.
For instance, if the AWS instance is held in a data center across the country or even in another state, that could add a delay that may affect data if the throughput is high.
To do this, you must:
At this point, the variable can be used freely in the scope it was defined in, and can be passed into a DB query.