ManageEngine® Applications Manager
Enterprise Edition - Managed Server
Enterprise Edition allows you to configure independent Applications Manager installations to monitor various resources and then collectively view the data from all these independent Applications Manager installations known as Managed Servers, from a single master server known as Admin Server.
During installation, you need to select 'Enterprise Edition'. Next select the
installation type as 'Managed Server'. Consequently, you need to enter the HostName,
SSL & webserver port of the Admin Server, to which the
Managed Server is going to be connected. Managed Server's function is similar
to that of a standalone Applications Manager, with the user configuring the
various monitors, thresholds and alarms. HTTPS mode of communication is used
for the communication with the Admin Server.
Using the Jump To link in the Admin Server (just above the toolbar)
you can view the Managed Server web console.
To change a Professional Edition to Managed Server, go to Global
Settings, select 'Convert standalone server into Managed Server'.
Note: This option is available only if you have installed the full build and not for upgrades through PPM.
You need to make the following changes in the Product_Home/conf/AMServer.properties file and restart the server to convert to the Managed Server.
am.adminserver.host=Admin Server Host Name
am.adminserver.port=Admin Server SSL Port
Note: Visit Enterprise Edition FAQ for details on when to, how to set up Enterprise Edition.
Enterprise Edition - Admin Server
Enterprise Edition - Failover Support