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We provide answers to frequently asked questions about logiccloud from the areas of availability, connectivity or security.


Yes, logiccloud can be run on edge devices that support Docker containers – these can be gateways or a Raspberry Pi, for example.

Stackit, Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS and Google Cloud are currently available for hosting. Other German and European cloud providers will also be available in the near future.

Yes, for example, as an OEM or Enterprise customer you can run your own cluster, whether in your own cloud or data centre.


Network connection problems cannot be intercepted by logiccloud. logiccloud relies on the connection working reliably. However, there are various mechanisms such as hybrid internet connections (Ethernet and backup 4G/5G). This protection must be provided accordingly by the hardware at the edge.

Yes, via watchdog and ping signals to detect power failures and generate warnings in case of abnormal behaviour, such as increased latency.

Yes, an on-site PLC can be used, for example, as a failsafe / failover controller should the connection to logiccloud be interrupted.

It depends on the speed of the connection, you can achieve the shortest latency times with Ethernet connections.


MQTT and OPC UA Pub/Sub, as well as many other protocols such as BACnet, DALI or Modus can be connected via gateway and protocol converter.


logiccloud has been developed with an end-to-end security-oriented approach and is secured against all of the fundamental threats and risks identified in the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).

logiccloud uses OAuth2 with two-factor authentication, granular role and permission-based access control, encrypted communication and runtime isolation within the Kubernetes cluster.

logiccloud has integrated automatic anomaly detection that can identify and prevent a large number of attacks on the platform.

logiccloud has caching mechanisms for runtime and I/O images as well as synchronisation mechanisms for quickly replacing a faulty PLC runtime instance.

Yes, logiccloud has granular role and permission-based access control that allows you to conveniently assign the appropriate roles and rights to all users.