cloudyBoss offers 2 fundamental categories of infrastructure products, both scalable to any size:
1. single node containers (cBCCxx & cBCSxx products) - a single node might correspond to an organization. Such organization might be a single enterprise or a multi-companies one requiring multiple discrete online platforms. While a single node container corresponds to 1 x KEYSTONE production instance, it can deploy any number of cB-FE D.App instances as required.
2. cluster solutions (cBCDLC product) - a cluster corresponds to a DLT ecosystem of any size (many nodes). Such cluster typically deploys nodes from cB-BE instances, i.e. distributed DLT MSPs (Member Service Providers). To mitigate vendor-related externalities (where a single infrastructure vendor might be adversely compromised), DLT clusters are typically multi-vendor.
The high-level adjacent system architecture diagram features how the cB stack and instances of its 2 native D.Apps cB-BE and cB-FE articulate between them.