Accessing the Applications Manager Web Client


If you have chosen to launch Applications Manager at the end of installation, Applications Manager will start in a few minutes and the login screen will automatically open up on your default browser.

 

If the login screen does not open, you can launch the web client by following these instructions:

 

Go to Start --> All Programs --> ManageEngine Applications Manager 14 --> Applications Manager Web Console and launch the user interface.

 

 

To log in to the web client, you can use admin and admin as the User Name and Password respectively.

Product Features
  • Monitor performance and availability of servers, application servers, databases, web transactions, mail servers, custom applications, network services, virtual and cloud services.
  • Monitor end user experience of business-critical applications and services from multiple locations such as branch offices.
  • Easy-to-use web client to administer and access monitoring data. Different roles available for the user - Admin, User, Operator and Manager.
  • SLA management console to create and maintain Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
  • Critical trend analysis through graphs and comprehensive management reports.
  • Enhanced 7/30 reports - Hour of Day, Day of Week, Statistical and Heat charts available for detailed analysis.
  • Detection of problems (Alarms, Thresholds).
  • Alarm actions (E-mail, SMS, SNMP Trap, Scripts, MBean Operation, Java Action, VMware Action, Amazon EC2 Instance Action).
  • Root Cause Analysis (RCA) - drill-down to the bottlenecked component.
  • Integration with ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus to track alarms as trouble tickets.
  • Integration with ManageEngine's OpManager and OpStor products as well as with Site24x7.com.
  • Multilingual support: Supports German, French, European Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Hungarian, Japanese and Vietnamese languages.
  • Integration of World Map business view.
  • REST APIs for integration of Applications Manager with internal portals and other monitoring tools.
  • Native iOS and Android apps provide comprehensive application monitoring on the go.
  • Capacity planning reports for both physical and virtual servers for monitoring critical performance metrics.
  • VM-to-storage maps displaying relationships between VMware vSphere servers and underlying physical data stores; additional VMware KPIs including resource pool details.
  • Monitoring Windows Server Cluster components - nodes in a cluster, cluster networks, resource groups and critical cluster events.
  • Get real-time and trending data about your web application's performance and the level of satisfaction that your end users experience with Web User Experience Monitoring. (Beta)
Supported Technologies
       

Application Servers

  • GlassFish
  • Java Runtime
  • JBoss 3.2.1 and above & Wildfly
  • Jetty
  • Microsoft .NET
  • Oracle Application Server 10g
  • Resin
  • SilverStream
  • Tomcat 3.x and above
  • VMware vFabric tc Server
  • WebLogic 6.1 and above
  • WebSphere 5.x and above
  • Apache Geronimo

Website Monitoring

  • URL Monitoring
  • URL Sequence Monitoring (Record & Playback)
  • URL Content
  • Real Browser Monitor (RBM)

Web Services

  • Apache Server
  • Apache Solr
  • Microsoft IIS
  • Nginx
  • Nginx Plus
  • PHP
  • SSL Certificate Monitor
  • Web Services (SOAP)
  • Ping Monitor
  • Web Server
  • REST API
  • Elasticsearch
  • ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus
  • ManageEngine OpManager
  • ManageEngine ADManager Plus
  • HAProxy
  • Website Content Monitoring

Custom Applications

  • JMX/SNMP Dashboard
  • Script Monitor
  • File/Directory Monitor
  • Windows Performance Counters
  • Database Query Monitor

Virtualization

  • VMware ESX Server 3.5 and 4
  • VMware ESXi Server 3i
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 R2
  • vCenter Server
  • Citrix XenServer
  • Citrix XenApp
  • VMware Horizon View
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • RHEV/RHV
  • KVM
  • OpenShift

Converged Infrastructure

  • Nutanix
  • Cisco UCS

Servers

  • Windows 2000/2003/2008/2012/2016/2019, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 & 10
  • Windows Clusters 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2 and 2016
  • Linux
  • Solaris
  • IBM AIX
  • IBM AS400/iSeries
  • HP Unix/Tru64
  • FreeBSD/OpenBSD
  • Mac OS
  • Novell

Database Servers

  • Cassandra
  • Couchbase
  • HBase
  • IBM DB2 8.x and above
  • IBM DB2 for i
  • IBM Informix
  • Memcached
  • MongoDB
  • MS SQL 2000 and above
  • MySQL 3.23.x and above
  • Oracle 8.x and above
  • Oracle NoSQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • Redis
  • SAP HANA
  • SAP MaxDB
  • Sybase ASE 12.5.3
  • Neo4j
  • SQL Anywhere

Middleware/Portal

  • IBM WebSphere MQ
  • WebLogic Integration Server 8.x
  • Microsoft Office SharePoint
  • Microsoft BizTalk
  • Microsoft Lync Server
  • Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ)
  • Microsoft Azure Service Bus
  • Oracle Tuxedo
  • VMware vFabric RabbitMQ
  • Apache Kafka
  • Apache ActiveMQ

Mail Servers

  • Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Mail Server

Cloud Apps

  • Amazon EC2, RDS Instances, EBS Volumes, S3 buckets
  • Amazon SNS
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • AWS ELB
  • OpenStack
  • Microsoft Azure & VMs
  • Microsoft Azure Storage
  • Windows Azure Cloud Services (Classic)
  • Azure SQL Databases
  • Office 365
  • Oracle Autonomous Database
  • Oracle Cloud Storage

Services

  • Active Directory
  • Ceph Storage
  • DNS Monitor
  • FTP Monitor
  • Hadoop
  • JMX Applications
  • LDAP Monitor
  • Oracle Coherence
  • Other Services (Telnet, TCP Port)
  • Ping Monitor
  • RMI Adaptor
  • SNMP Agents
  • Apache Zookeeper
  • Apache Spark
  • NPS Radius Server
  • Hazelcast

ERP

  • SAP, SAP CCMS
  • Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Siebel CRM
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX

Web Transactions (APM Insight)

  • Java Web Transactions
  • .NET Web Transactions
  • Ruby on Rails Web Transactions
  • PHP Web Transactions
  • Node.js Web Transactions
  • .NET Core Web Transactions

 

       
Getting Started

For information on starting and stopping the Applications Manager Server, refer to Starting Applications Manager topic. For information on working with the Web Client, refer to Getting Started topic.

Having Trouble in getting started? Refer to Troubleshooting tips.

Product Documentation

The Applications Manager Help documentation is bundled with the product and is available under /help directory. The other forms of the same help are available in our website - online help, downloadable zip file, and Portable Document Format (PDF).

Technical Support

Free Support is provided during your product evaluation period via email. Response to queries will be given within 24 hours. The Product Support is backed by well established processes and web-based tracking systems. Blogs | Forums | FAQ | Troubleshooting | Support Desk

You can send in your queries to appmanager-support@manageengine.com. Another quick way to send feedback is by using the 'Talk Back' feature in the Web Client or access the Support tab in the web client and send in your queries/bug reports.

License Agreement and Copyright

Please go through the License Agreement and Copyright before you start using the product.

If you are an evaluation user (30 days) or a user of the Free edition, buy online or get quote to become a registered user.