Pepper Container is our Docker technology-based Pepper solution. It was specifically developed for mobile (thin clients) and EFT/POS structures with a central local server.
The universal interface makes it easy to connect over 100 different POS terminals.
What IT environment has Pepper Container been developed for?
Pepper Container is based on Docker technology and was specifically developed for the use of thin clients (smartphones or tablets with cash register apps) and is also ideal for use in cash register infrastructures with a central server.
In principle, different network infrastructures are possible here: The software only needs one central server, which is then linked to multiple Containers from private networks.
By the way …
- Pepper Container allows you to connect one or more POS terminals to one or more Containers.
- However, to ensure optimal functionality, we recommend that you use one Container per POS terminal: this means that if one terminal fails, all of your remaining terminals will continue to function, guaranteeing smooth operation.
Which OS is Pepper Container compatible with?
Whether you use Microsoft, Android or iOS, the underlying Docker technology makes Pepper Container independent from the cash register’s operating system, meaning that Pepper Container works across all systems.
The central server should be running a Windows or Linux (x86, ARM) operating system.
How implementation works
After installing the image, carry out the integration into your cash register software according to the developer documentation.
Once you have integrated the Pepper Container into your cash register software, you can start by checking whether you have seamless communication with the POS terminal, free of charge.
Once everything is up and running, all you have to do is order your product licenses for permanent use and sign a usage agreement with treibauf.
Take advantage of the free Pepper Container trial license
Register on the Pepper Developer Portal. It will provide you with all of the documents you need for a no-obligation trial of Pepper Container within your own IT environment.
- Pepper Developer documentation
- Detailed instructions for implementation
- Documentation regarding all communication protocols integrated into Pepper
- Free Pepper trial license
Questions and answers regarding
You can find answers to the most important questions about Pepper Container here. Further answers to frequently asked questions can be found in our FAQ section.
You should expect the integration of Pepper as a Docker image on the central server (library) and its connection to the individual Containers to require around a day’s work. After that it will only take around 5 minutes to connect new terminals.
Pepper Container is our Docker technology-based Pepper solution. It has been developed specifically for mobile cash register systems (thin clients) and cloud-based EFT/POS structures. In principle, different network infrastructures are possible here: The software only needs one central server, which is then linked to multiple Containers from private networks.
Here you find all operating systems supported by Pepper Container.
Everything you need to know about POS terminal integration and cash register connections
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