How CCURE Access Control integrates with Security Center - CCURE 3.7

CCURE Access Control Plugin Guide 3.7.0

Applies to
CCURE 3.7
Last updated
2021-10-28
Content type
Guides > Plugin and extension guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
CCURE
Version
3.7

Several components are required to integrate CCURE 9000 access control systems with Security Center.

Architecture diagram for CCURE Access Control integration

Components of CCURE Access Control integration

CCURE Access Control Plugin
The CCURE Access Control plugin is installed on a Security Center server and runs as a plugin role.
Config Tool
The CCURE Access Control plugin is also installed on a Config Tool workstation. The Security Center administrator uses Config Tool to create and configure the plugin role.
Security Desk
The CCURE Access Control plugin is installed on all Security Desk workstations. Operators can then use Security Desk to monitor events and control entities in the CCURE 9000 system.
Security Center proxy
The proxy service must be installed on the CCURE 9000 server that connects to Security Center. The proxy service acts a bridge between the CCURE 9000 server and the CCURE Access Control plugin. The proxy service:
  • Collects entities and events from the CCURE 9000 system and stores them in a local cache until the plugin requests them.
  • Sends alarm acknowledgments and commands from Security Center to the CCURE 9000 system.
Security Center SDK
The Security Center Software Development Kit (SDK) must be installed on the CCURE 9000 server for the proxy service to function.