What is the difference between a OneCloud GroundRunner and CloudRunner?
|OneCloud GroundRunner||OneCloud CloudRunner|
|Installation||Requires installation on a computing environment inside the corporate firewall that can interface with the external OneCloud service via port 443.||None|
|Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS||n/a|
|Hosting, management and installation of the GroundRunner is the responsibility of the client.||OneCloud CloudRunners are a part of the overall OneCloud service, and therefore OneCloud's responsibility.|
|Data flow||With the use of a GroundRunner, no customer data will ever be transmitted through OneCloud's cloud service.||CloudRunners interface directly with supported cloud technologies. As such, data will be transmitted through OneCloud's service.|
|On-premise and |
|Yes - Full and seamless integration with both on-premise and cloud applications.||No - Integration only between cloud providers.|
|Native use of|
|Yes - Depending on the on-premise system, OneCloud BizApps will leverage different API interfaces and for cloud technologies, OneCloud will only use the published REST APIs that securely transmit data via HTTPS (TLS 1.2).||Yes - OneCloud BizApps only use the published REST APIs of the corresponding cloud provider that securely transmit data via HTTPS (TLS 1.2).|
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