It is possible to install AgendaX on different servers, in different Active Directory forests, locations, Exchange Organizations, or even different companies, and write with all installations to the same database, to get a consolidated view of otherwise unconnected mailbox calendars.
You have several possibilities of connecting different AgendaX sites, even if they don’t share the same Active directory forest, domain, or even companies. All connection methods allow you to share calendar data between the sites, view calendars of multiple sites, and even book meetings with attendees of several sites.
Connecting sites using a central database
This is the simplest method of connecting different AgendaX Sites. Each site reads its local Exchange calendars and writes the data to a central database that is hosted on one of the sites.
Connecting sites using multiple databases
This connection method works as follows: Each Site reads its local Exchange calendars only and writes to a local SQL database. A script on the SQL servers is executed to copy user information (not calendar data) to the other SQL database. The AgendaX web application connects to the databases as needed, depending on which users are involved in a view.
This method is suitable when you need to control which users will be visible on the other site and you want to keep data transfer between the sites to a minimum. It can also be used if you only want users from Site B to be visible on Site A, but not vice versa.