RAD Server


RAD Server is not available to United States (US).

updsubincludedRAD Server is the perfect way to take your existing Delphi and C++Builder applications to the Cloud

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Finally, a Back-End for Multi-Tier Applications as Easy as Delphi


Before RAD Server, developers custom built back-end Delphi and C++Builder application servers using server toolkits like DataSnap which provided a few basic server building blocks for multi-tier, but left the vast majority of the development to the developer.

Enter RAD Server. With RAD Server, developers can now simply load Delphi and C++ business logic methods into RAD Server, add some users, and go.

  • REST/JSON end-points are auto-created and managed.
  • Access control is handled.
  • Data storage is built-in or you can easily connect to any popular Enterprise RDBMS or cloud service.
  • Track and respond to user location.
  • Push notifications to users.
  • Integrate smart IoT devices into your solution.
  • And deploy on site or in the cloud.


Multi-tier has never been this simple, turn-key, flexible, and powerful.


 See how Australian company ForeSiight used RAD Server to take an existing Delphi Client Server app to the Cloud, Mobile and the Web

 Not sure how to take your RAD Studio Application forward? Talk to our Delphi experts about your options.

What’s the difference between a Single Client and Single Site license?

A Single Client license allows you to connect one device (mobile, tablet, PC, etc) to an instance of RAD Server. If you have a limited number of devices that need to connect, this is probably the most effective way to go.

A Single Site license allows an unlimited number of devices to connect to RAD Server. If you’re deploying a public application, or have a large (or unknown) number of devices you need to service, a Single Site is probably the better option.

Can I have non-RAD Studio applications connecting to RAD Server?

Absolutely. RAD Server exposes a standard REST API, so you can build clients in just about any language. We’ve personally dealt with people using clients written in Objective-C, Java, JavaScript (Angular, React), and C#, as well as middleware such as Mule ESB.

Can I deploy RAD Server to the Cloud?

Yes. We’ve got customers using it in both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, in addition to in-house servers.

Can my existing Delphi and C++Builder developers really build my cloud backend?

Yes, that’s exactly what it was designed for: to be familair and easy for an existing RAD Studio developer to use. Watch the Foresiight video on the description tab if you’re not convinced.