ManageEngine Applications Manager

Application performance monitoring made simple

Applications Manager offers out-of-the-box support for monitoring over 100 applications and servers. The system allows monitoring individual elements, such as services, applications, folders and larger ones, such as IIS servers, e-mail servers and much more. The system also allows users to create many notification rules in the event of failure of any of the components.

The Applications Manager system can effectively monitor each service and react appropriately in the event of a failure. Thanks to access from the level of a web browser, the user can view our environment from anywhere in the world.

Application Manager Offerings

Provides deep application performance monitoring with byte-code instrumentation, infrastructure monitoring and digital experience monitoring from a single console.


App Monitoring

Application Performance Monitoring with byte-code instrumentation. Optimize and troubleshoot performance. Supports Java, .NET, Node.js, PHP and Ruby applications.


Database Monitoring

Easily identify and solve database issues, causing low performance. Agentless monitoring for a wide variety of databases. Drill down to SQL statements, identify and monitor slow database calls.


Website Monitoring

Monitoring the website's performance and the internet services like HTTPS, DNS server, FTP server, SSL/TLS certificate, SMTP server, POP server, URLs, REST APIs, SOAP web service, and many more.


D & D mapping

Automated Discovery & Dependency Mapping services and map data into a real-time dependency map, which shows the relationships and dependencies for all entities.


Advanced Analytics

Get 500+ pre-built reports to perform trend analysis, capacity planning, and growth forecasting. Stay on top of important trends with custom, interactive dashboards.


Container Monitoring

To make systems run more smoothly, resolve conflicts and ensure that services are not overwhelmed. Docker, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift containers and databases are monitored.


Multi-Cloud Monitor

Gain visibility into private, public and hybrid cloud resources. Monitor workloads and troubleshoot application performance on cloud and virtualization platforms.


Transaction Monitoring

By tracking end-user experience from different regional areas, the site will have better consumer interactions. Selenium-based Scripting to simulate business-critical operations.


ERP Monitoring

Improve the overall performance and availability of popular ERP solutions like SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamic, and Siebel. Identify, understand, and predict performance issues and bottlenecks up front with ease.


Infrastructure Monitor

Stay on top of outages and pinpoint performance issues. Monitor and troubleshoot a diverse business infrastructure - including servers, both on-premise and on-cloud.


Middleware Monitoring

Maximize application performance and mitigate risks with real-time monitoring for messaging-oriented middleware environments, including IBM MQ, Apache, Microsoft Sharepoint etc.


AIOps assisted alerts

Get to the root cause of issues precisely and quickly to avoid alert storms. Track incidents on third-party service Automate actions to enable self-healing and distribute the scaling workload in dynamic environments.

Monitoring of individual services in the environment

The application performance management tool has the ability to monitor applications in a given environment. This is done on the basis of their availability, reaction time and the use of the processor, operating memory and disk memory. Each monitor can be assigned an individual emergency alert profile.

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Application performance management tool with clustering of monitors for a better overview

Applications Manager groups monitors based on categories and application vendors to provide better system visibility. This layout allows administrators to quickly navigate the interface.

Real-time alerting of any problem

Applications Manager has the ability to configure notifications sent to administrators. User can define the message content for each event recorded by the system. In many alerts, the system allows user to create a time interval during which notification can be sent.

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Browsing the environment with the help of advanced reports

The tool has a wide range of built-in reports, thanks to which user can review each action that has been performed. The system also allows user to create cyclical report execution schedules and send the generated file to the path provided in the configuration.

Application performance management tool supporting many complex IT systems

Applications Manager supports the monitoring of over 100 different IT systems, such as: databases, server applications, servers, ERP, network devices, e-mail servers, services, virtualizations and cloud applications.

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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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