CAL Server provides configuration services on remote systems. Even configurators which are built for local use only can be used on remote systems this way. CAL Server provides configuration services as optimized web services.
The information exchange can happen in different ways to suite your needs in the best way. For example a slim delta information or a just-in-time variant, which delivers data only upon request.
CAL Server offers additional advantages like pre-caching of configurations. This way there is practically no more waiting time when starting a configuration. Monitoring the workload or clustering are just two additional features which CAL Server provides.
CAL Server is completely scaleable and can also be used in a cloud scenario like Microsoft Azure or Amazon Cloud.