Make-Sense Platform Technical Overview

The Make Sense widget script has the capability to run custom scripts and actions added by A-WEB, A-CHECK, A-DOC (Make-Sense web accessibility solutions suite) or the editor. This includes professional services scripts that are generated specifically for the customer.

Platform Specs & Features

The Make Sense platform was developed in Microsoft .NET and can be run on any cloud and or on premise environment based on Microsoft OS machines. This out of the box SaaS solution runs on both Azure and AWS platforms in the name of redundancy. In case there is a need for a disaster recovery, the service will shift between the 2 platforms as needed.

The Make Sense servers run in Clusters and Load balancing, along Geo location redundancy.

The Azure cloud SQL server and AWS Cloud SQL server services function with Geo redundancy.

The Make Sense platform and scripts require authentication via licenses and SLA. Every license is attached to a dedicated domain or group of domains. Any request from non-recognized domains will be denied. In case of major disasters and/or if all other resources fail, Make Sense users will be able to choose their preferred environment, while cloud services will fall back only upon a client’s written approval.

The Make Sense technology is built to never access or interferes with the original site coding. It can be disabled until the problem is identified and fixed, while the site remains fully functional with zero interference.

The Make Sense product client scripts require the ability to run on client browsers that are not part of the Make-Sense platform. These are always checked for compatibility with the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, IE9+, Edge, Safari, and mobile devices (i.e. Android Google Chrome, Safari).

All Make-Sense products are compatible with A+ browser as Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.

All Make-Sense products provided in API capabilities for easy connect or white label.

Learn more on Make-Sense web accessibility solutions suite.