Dedicated Deployment Options

The IDmelon platform provides flexibility to suit the needs of different organizations and scenarios, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.

Third-party Services

The IDmelon platform uses the below services ensuring users can receive notifications, emails, SMS messages, and can communicate with organization’s Azure Active Director if needed.

Smartphone notification

For delivering notifications to users' smartphones.

  • Firebase: Utilized for Android devices, Firebase provides a robust notification system that ensures timely delivery and efficient engagement with users.
  • APN (Apple Push Notification service): Used for Apple devices, APN enables seamless notification delivery to iOS users, enhancing their experience with the platform.

This component is optional.


For sending emails to users for security key activation purposes and users administrators management.

  • SES (Simple Email Service): Provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS), SES offers a reliable and scalable solution for sending emails, ensuring that important notifications and updates reach users' email inboxes promptly.

This component is required.


For sending SMS messages to users.

  • Twilio: As a leading cloud communications platform, Twilio enables the integration of SMS functionality into the IDmelon platform, facilitating direct and effective communication with users via text messages.

This component is optional.

Entra ID (formerly Azure Active Directory)

For the source of user identities and access management for the IDmelon platform.

  • Entra ID: A comprehensive identity and access management solution provided by Microsoft Azure, AAD enables secure authentication and authorization processes, ensuring that users have appropriate access to the platform’s resources and services.

This component is optional.

Deployment Models

When it comes to deploying the IDmelon platform, users have two options:

Single Node Deployment

Ideal for small to medium-scale deployments, the single node deployment option involves installing all components on a single server. This streamlined approach offers simplicity and ease of management.

Minimum System Requirements

The minimum hardware and operating system requirements are:

  • OS: Ubuntu server 23.10 or Windows Server 2016+
  • CPU: 4 cores
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • Hard Drive: 50 GB

In the above specifications, when deployed in a Windows Server environment, the application is installed within a virtual machine or VMware, and the mentioned specifications refer to the allocated hardware within the virtual environment.

Cluster Deployment

For larger-scale deployments requiring high availability and scalability, the cluster deployment option is recommended.

This involves installing the platform on a minimum of three servers, ensuring redundancy and load balancing to handle increased traffic and workload.

Private Tenant Cloud Deployment

The IDmelon platform seamlessly integrates with cloud services to meet various requirements, including:


For the required databases, including Redis, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL, you can leverage cloud services such as:

  • MongoDB Atlas: A fully managed cloud database service for MongoDB, providing automated backups, scaling, and security features.
  • Amazon RDS: Offers managed relational databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB.
  • Amazon ElastiCache: Provides scalable and high-performance Redis and Memcached-compatible in-memory data stores.
  • Azure Cache: Offers managed Redis and Memcached services on Microsoft Azure.
  • Azure PostgreSQL: Provides fully managed PostgreSQL database services on Microsoft Azure.


For Kubernetes orchestration, you can utilize:

  • Amazon EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service): A fully managed Kubernetes service provided by AWS, offering scalability, security, and high availability for containerized applications.
  • Azure AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service): A managed Kubernetes service provided by Microsoft Azure, enabling easy deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications.
  • Google GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine): A managed Kubernetes service provided by Google Cloud Platform, offering automated operations, scalability, and security features