Applications and server monitoring in one solution

ManageEngine Applications Manager is an application performance monitoring solution that proactively monitors a wide variety of business applications and helps companies to meet the high expectations of their end customers for business-critical applications. With Applications Manager, more than 80 applications and servers can be monitored out-of-the-box as standard.

Applications Manager is suitable for applications performance monitoring in physical and virtual environments as well as for cloud-based IT infrastructures.

What You Can Expect

Applications Manager Highlights

Advantages

Application Manager Benefits

Highlight Features

A Glance of Application Manager

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Cloud-Monitoring

Monitoring of cloud-based resources such as Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS or Windows Azure instances

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Webserver und Webservices

Monitoring von Webservern und SOAPs, inklusive Apache, IIS, PHP, Nginx, SSL-Zertifikate und FTP etc.

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ERP- und CRM-Monitoring

Monitoring von Enterprise-Resource-Planning- und Customer-Relationship-Management Lösungen wie Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SAP, Oracle E-Business Suite oder Siebel Server

Editions

Applications Manager is available in two editions

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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Features Applications Manager

Main Features

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Application server monitoring

Monitoring of Microsoft .NET, Oracle Applications Server, JBoss, Jetty Application Server, Tomcat, VMware vFabric tc Server, BEA WebLogic, SilverStream etc.

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Virtualization monitoring

Monitoring of application components in virtualized infrastructures, e.g. B. for Citrix XenApp / servers, VMware or Microsoft Hyper-V servers

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Web transaction monitoring

Monitoring of complex web transaction applications such as Java, .NET, Ruby on Rails or Java Runtime

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Other applications

Monitoring of Exchange servers, Telnet and TCP / IP port services as well as availability check of devices via ping

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Database monitoring

Monitoring of databases such as IBM Informix, Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL, IBM DB2, Sybase, PostgreSQL, Memcached, MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis and many more.

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End user monitoring

Monitoring of services for end users such as web applications, website loading times or network response times help with user experience management

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Custom monitoring

Possibility to monitor other resources such as JMX and SNMP consoles, Windows performance counters, file systems, database queries or your own scripts

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More functions

e.g. multi-location website monitoring, SLA monitoring or integration with internet portals and other monitoring tools via REST APIs

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Server monitoring

Monitoring of servers in physical, virtual and cloud environments, including Windows, Linux, Solaris, AIX, AS400 / iSeries, HP Unix servers and FreeBSD servers

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Portal monitoring

Monitoring of middleware components and enterprise messaging systems such as Microsoft Lync Server, Microsoft BizTalk, Oracle Tuxedo, IBM WebSphere MQ, MS Office SharePoint, Oracle WebLogic Integration etc.

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Website monitoring

Monitoring of URLs, HTTP and HTTPS requests and URL content

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Smartphone app and mobile web client

Applications performance monitoring via the Applications Manager iPhone or Android app or Mobile Web Client

Integration

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ManageEngine OpManager

Monitor the availability and performance of applications and network devices such as routers and switches in a central console

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ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus

Automatic ticket creation from the alarms generated in Applications Manager

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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Applications Manager Editions Available

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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Applications Manager Professional Edition

Applications Manager Enterprise Edition

Applications Manager Additional User Pack

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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What can ManageEngine® Applications Manager do?

ManageEngine ManageEngine® Applications Manager helps monitor the performance and availability of applications such as Web applications, application servers, Web servers, databases, network services, systems, etc. It helps users to identify and analyze faults and performance issues in your applications before it affects end-users.

Where is Applications Manager primarily used?

Applications Manager used in Data Centers and for managing Enterprise IT. The data centres can be hosted by an enterprise itself or by a service provider.

What flavors of Applications Manager is available?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager is available as Windows and Linux downloads. Right now, it doesn’t support the Solaris version. Users can also monitor the Solaris host’s performance by running Applications Manager in a Windows/Linux host.

How does Applications Manager monitor machines with multiple-CPUs?

ManageEngine® Applications Manager monitors the overall CPU usage of the server (not individual CPUs). Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor class is used to get the required CPU data in the WMI mode of monitoring.

What is a Monitor?

A Monitor is a specific Application, Server, Service or Web URL. The performance of these Applications, Servers and Services are monitored based on metrics like CPU Usage, Response Time etc.

Examples of monitors supported are Windows server monitor, WebLogic monitor, Oracle database monitor, service monitor, URL Sequence monitor, Apache monitor etc.

How to install Application Manager in Windows (.exe)?

  1. Click Next at the Welcome Screen to proceed.
  2. Read the license agreement and click Yes if the user accepts the terms.
  3. Select the language in which the user wishes to install the Applications Manager.
  4. The next screen prompts the user to select the product edition (Free Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition):
  5. If you select Enterprise Edition, specify if the user wants to install Applications Manager as an Admin Server or a Managed Server. If you wish to install Applications Manager as a Managed Server, enter the associated admin server Hostname and SSL port number. If a proxy server is needed to contact the admin server from the Managed Server machine, enter the Hostname, Port number, username and password of the proxy server.
  6. If the user has chosen to install the Free or Professional Edition, continue to step 7.
  7. Provide the location where the Applications Manager should be installed on your machine. Also, specify the name of the new Applications Manager Folder in the installation location. Click Next.
  8. Specify the Website (9090 by default) and the SSL Port (8443, by default).
  9. User can enter details to Register for Technical Support. Click Next.
  10. If the user has chosen to install the Applications Manager’s Professional Edition, the user can opt for either the 30-day trial or the Registered version. If the user selects Registered User, the next screen will prompt the user to select the system’s registered license file.
  11. Select the Database back-end support:
  12. PostgreSQL – PostgreSQL comes bundled with the download of Applications Manager from Build 11000. It supports PostgreSQL versions up to 10.12 (for 32-bit installation) and 11.7 (for 64-bit installation) for the backend. For Applications Manager with PostgreSQL database backend, two more additional users (dbuser and rouser) created along with the existing PostgreSQL user.

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