Global Settings

This section explains the global settings that can be made in Applications Manager. To access Global Settings, click the Settings tab and click Global Settings. On performing any of the configurations, click Update Global Settings button provided at the bottom of the page.


  • Show Intro Tab - When you login into the Web Client, an Introduction page is diaplayed to helps novice users to get started and to understand the terms used in the product. If you want the Introduction page to be displayed every time you login, select this option.
  • Do not redirect logout page to external website - By selecting this option, logout page will not be redirected to external website
  • Do not hide Advanced configuration in Alarm Configuration - By selecting this option, you can always have all the advanced options expanded by default in the "Configure Alarms" and "New Threshold" screens. By default, while configuring actions at attribute level, only the 'Critical Severity' actions can be associated with the Health of the attribute. Associations of Warning and Clear severity actions are hidden. Likewise, by default, while creating new Thresholds, only the critical threshold is set. Warning and clear thresholds are hidden. This is to aid customers who require only the critical configurations and they may not be interested in fine grained configuration of thresholds & alarms.
  • Add Host as a Monitor when you associate a service running in it to the monitor group - By default, when you associate a Monitor (service or server running in particular host) with a Monitor Group, the host (in which the Monitor runs) is also associated with the Monitor Group. If you do not require the host to be associated with the Monitor Group, deselect this option. For example, if you are add and associate a monitor (say WebSphere) with a Monitor Group, Applications Manager will add and associate the host (say Windows) also in which the WebSphere runs with that Monitor Group.

    Note: This host will be monitored only if you have provided the required configuration information.

  • Add Host also when you add a new service - While adding a service as monitor, the host on which the service runs will also be added when this option is enabled.

    Note: This option is applicable only when the monitors are added either manually or using Bulk Import Monitor option.

  • Restart the product in case of serious server error - By selecting this option, you can restart Applications Manager automatically, incase any serious server error like out of memory error occurs.Note: This host will be monitored only if you have provided the required configuration information.
  • Send automated mails to admin user Email from Applications Manager - By selecting this option, the admin user will receive automated mails like license expiry notification, weekly report for availability of servers and applications etc.
  • Easy Upgrade Option - If this option is checked, Applications Manager performs auto upgrade of the PPM without user intervention.

Enterprise Edition Settings

You can convert the standalone professional server to Managed Server by giving the Admin Server Host name and SSL port. Note: This option is available only if you have installed the full build and does not work for upgrades through PPM.

Collect Usage Statistics

Applications Manager collects statistical data associated with quality, stability, and usability of the product.By checking the Enabled option you grant permission to collect this data.
  • Collect Cloud Usage Statistics: Applications Manager collects environment inventory count data for Amazon, Azure, OCI, and GCP cloud accounts to enhance the product and improve user experience.
  • Collect RUM/EUM Agent Statistics: Enabling this option lets the RUM/EUM agent collect usage statistics data that is sent to Applications Manager for analysis. Disabling this option will prevent the RUM/EUM agent from sending usage statistics to Applications Manager. However, if the global 'Collect Usage Statistics' has been enabled, details about the number of agents, number of monitors, add-on status and page views data will still be collected.

Note: The data collected will remain confidential and be used during analysis.