Comsol Server ™
COMSOL Server™ provides the platform for deploying applications created by simulation experts to your design teams, manufacturing departments, test laboratories, and customers and clients throughout the world. Your colleagues can access and run your apps on COMSOL Server™ through web browsers or a desktop-installed client. The COMSOL Server™ web interface allows you and your colleagues to manage access to the variety of apps you have created, as well as to manage hardware settings and preferences for running the apps.
Created specifically for running and distributing applications built with the Application Builder, COMSOL Server™ allows you to spread the advantages of simulation throughout your organization and networks.
The simulation apps are made with their own customized user interfaces, where the engineer or scientist creating the applications controls the inputs and outputs that the user will be able to manipulate. Experts build these apps by including only the parameters relevant to the design of a specific process or product. This better transfers the expert’s knowledge and experience to those involved in the design and manufacturing processes across all engineering disciplines in an organization – even those without prior simulation experience.
COMSOL Server™ contains all the functionality and power of COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software without the ability to manipulate the model's underlying definitions and interface. It is used for accessing and running applications built by the Application Builder and also permits them to be readily deployed throughout an organization, within a network, or across academic institutions. By granting more people access to simulation in a network, they can contribute to the overall improvements in efficiency and effectiveness of a design.
Other tools allow you to control where applications can be run using multiple cores or clusters, or restricted to a per core basis.
Run Your Apps Locally, Over Your Organization's Network or Anywhere Throughout the World