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I am currently on a project that will implement a MS Dynamics CRM Case Mgmt solution on Dynamics 2015 (on-premise) hosted in a private cloud, WITH NO ACCESS TO THE EXTERNAL INTERNET.
However, the client also wants Web Forms, to be developed using ADX Studio Portals, which external customers (on the Internet) will have access to, but not directly to the CRM instance in the aforementioned private cloud. In addition, ADX Studio can not be housed in the same private cloud as the MS Dynamics CRM solution.
Any suggestions on:
1.) How to setup the development environment so that ADX Studio Portals can be developed in a separate environment than that of the MS Dynamics CRM development and/or production environments... both of which are in a private cloud?
2.) How to setup the production environment, such that the ADX Portal (sitting on a Webserver) doesn't directly directly connect to the private cloud. In other words, the Webserver that houses the Webform (developed by ADX Studio Portal) will need to connect to a server (likely virtual) behind the organization firewall and then once behind the firewall, only then connect to the private cloud (hosting the MS Dynamics CRM solution).
You help would be much appreciated,
Adxstudio must have direct access to a Dynamics 365 (CRM) instance. The Web Form is actually data inside Dynamics 365 (CRM). All form related data are in Dynamics 365 (CRM). What you can do is, host Adxstudio inside the Private Cloud and configure a proxy such as Web Application Proxy outside the Private Cloud. That way, all requests go through WAP and only WAP server will have access to Adxstudio Server. Inside the Private Cloud, you can create an additional subnet to host Adxstudio to separate the two. You can also add an additional firewall between the Adxstudio and Dynamics 365 (CRM).
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