With Applications Performance Management plug-in (APM Plugin) for OpManager, you can proactively monitor business applications and help businesses ensure their revenue-critical applications meet end user expectations. This plug-in offers out-of-the-box monitoring support for 50+ applications and servers.
Limitation: Users with business view restriction in OpManager will not be synced to Applications Manager Plugin.
|OpManager||Applications Manager Plugin Standalone||Applications Manager Plugin Enterprise Edition|
|Versions 126306 and above||Versions 16410 and above|
|Versions 126262 to 126305||Versions 16300 to 16390|
|Versions 126167 to 126255||Versions 16210 to 16250|
|Versions 126132 to 126166||Versions 16100 to 16200|
|Versions 125630 to 126131||Versions 15670 to 16093|
|Versions 125614 to 125629||Versions 15560 to 15660|
|Versions 125561 to 125613||Versions 15470 to 15550|
|Versions 125468 to 125560||Versions 15340 to 15402|
|Versions 125393 to 125467||Versions 15160 to 15330|
|Versions 125307 to 125392||Versions 15000 to 15150|
|Version 125214||Versions 14540 to 14700, or Versions 14730 to 14911||Versions 14860 to 14911, or Hotfix versions 14843 to 14845|
|Version 125000||Versions 14540 to 14700, or Versions 14730 to 14780|
Note: It is mandatory for customers to upgrade Applications Manager to 15160 if OpManager is upgraded to 125393 and vice versa.
|OpManager||Applications Manager Plugin (Both Standalone and EE)|
|Version 124070||Versions 14310 to 14530|
|Version 123150||Versions 13730 to 14300|
Versions 123150 and below
|Versions 13680 to 13720 with backup of conf files. Replace the old Plugin.properties file in OpManager\AppManager\conf. Update APM_BUILD_NUMBER with the correct version in Plugin.properties before restarting.|
|Version 12 and above
Version 123111 and below
|Versions 13110 to 13670|
|Versions 11500 and 11600||Versions 13010 and below|
Note: Applications Manager plugin should be upgraded to version 14540 or above before upgrading OpManager from its service pack version 12.5
The recommended software requirements for installing and running Applications Manager plug-in are as follows:
|Supported Operating Systems||Supported Browsers|
To learn how to set up Applications Manager Plugin in OpManager, refer here.
In version 125614 of OpManager, Applications Manager can be accessible under “Dashboards → Servers → Applications” or by clicking the Applications tab directly.
APM Plugin helps you to discover and monitor servers and their corresponding applications automatically from OpManager during initial startup. Auto-discovery in plugin offers various configuration options that include disabling discovery, limiting the number of applications added, and prioritizing specific applications. To learn more, visit Plugin discovery.
Note: Auto-discovery occurs only upon initial startup of APM Plugin for Trial and Professional Edition users in Windows.
OpManger automatically creates user profiles in Applications Manager plugin based on the OpManager users. To view Applications Manager plugin user profiles, navigate to Apps → Settings → User Management. You will be taken to the User Management dashboard, where there are 5 tabs - Profiles, User Groups, Permission, Views and Account Policy.
Profiles: You will be able to view the list of user profiles available here. However, you would not be able to click or edit the user profile details such as User Name, Update Password, E-Mail, and Role.
User Groups: You can add user groups and associate users to them here.
Permissions: A set of Admin, Delegated Admin, Operator, User and IBM i permissions are given from which you can enable/disable the ones that are applicable to your infrastructure.
Views: Select how you view the monitors in the home tab. You can choose between "Show the subgroups from the corresponding top level Monitor Group" and "Show the associated subgroups directly in the home tab itself."
Account Policy: Option to Enforce account lockout is given here wherein you can specify the number of continuous failed login attempts and idle session timeout (in minutes) after which the account should be locked.