Updated: February 10, 2010

Applies To: Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG)

Whale Communications Intelligent Application Gateway (IAG) 2007 provides remote access to applications, networks, and internal resources from diverse client endpoints through a single point of entry. IAG product documentation is organized into content categories. Use the topics in each category to help you plan, deploy, and administer your IAG server.

Getting Started

The IAG_Getting Started section provides an overview of IAG Service Packs and updates, including a summary of new features included in IAG Service Pack 2.

Planning and Architecture

Read information in the IAG_Planning and Architecture section before you begin working with IAG. Planning and Architecture provides an overview of IAG features and scenarios, and highlights information you should consider before installing and deploying an IAG server.


Use the IAG_Deployment section as you install IAG, run the Getting Started Wizard to configure basic settings and publish applications, and deploy client endpoint components.


Read information in the IAG_Operations section as you configure scenarios, and maintain and administer your IAG server.

Technical Reference

Use the IAG_Technical Reference for information about IAG client endpoint components, applications support, IAG files and tools, and other useful reference information.