Users can authenticate with local ‘Foldr’ accounts, Microsoft Active Directory, Azure Active Directory or NetIQ eDirectory. Users may also authenticate against third-party SAML compatible IdPs using single sign-on (Google Workspace, Office 365/Microsoft Azure and so on)
SMB shares (SAMBA or Windows Server 2003 >> Server 2022 supported) or selected cloud storage (Office 365, G Suite, Dropbox, Box, S3, Backblaze and more)
An x86/64 based server, PC or Mac OS X computer to run the selected virtualisation platform. Note that Apple M1/M2 (ARM) chipset based systems are not suitable to host the Foldr virtual appliance, due to CPU incompatibility.
Virtual appliance requirements
VMware ESXi, WorkStation, Fusion, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer, Nutanix AHV, Oracle VirtualBox, and Parallels Desktop are supported. Cloud platforms may also be used to host the Foldr appliance, such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, Digital Ocean etc.
Primary appliance (client access):
< 25 Users – 1 vCPU, 4GB RAM, up to 100GB disk space (~10GB consumed when appliance is deployed)
25 – 50 Users – 2vCPU, 4GB RAM, up to 100GB disk space (~10GB consumed when appliance is deployed)
> 50 Users – 4vCPU, 8GB RAM, up to 100GB disk space (~10GB consumed when appliance is deployed)
Search appliance requirements:
A minimum of 2vCPU, 4GB RAM, up to 100GB disk space (~10GB consumed when appliance is deployed)