The Frontegg architecture involves two main components for frontend and backend installation within your enterprise system. The frontend component can be installed as part of your Single Page Application (SPA). The backend component that you install in your backend, will generate proxy requests to the Frontegg backend and eliminate cross-tenant violations.
The frontend component interacts with the vendor’s backend while using the vendor’s existing authentication method, in order to achieve quick and seamless integration. The vendor’s backend maintains a secured authenticated channel to Frontegg’s backend, in order to proxy requests from the UI after tenant and authorization validation.
The Frontegg Cloud Backend is available via two deployment modes:
Fully Managed - Where data is being handled securely via the Frontegg cloud.
Hybrid Mode - Where you install on private cloud / on-prem the relevant data-sensitive parts of the Frontegg solution in order.
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