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The AppDynamics Download Center (https://appdynamics.com/download) has the complete set of software components for download.
If you haven't tried AppDynamics Pro yet, sign up for an account on www.appdynamics.com. After signing up, you can start a trial of AppDynamics Pro and download the Controller or get access to a SaaS Controller.
Access to Older Versions
The AppDynamics Download Center provides downloads of older versions of the products.
- For On-Premise installations: Go to "AD Pro-OnPremise".
- For SaaS installations: Go to "AD Pro-SaaS".
Click the Version menu at the top right select the version to download.
Always copy or transfer the downloaded files in binary mode. If you have downloaded a binary on Windows, and you are moving it to a Unix environment, the transfer program must use binary mode.
For each file you download, verify that the download is complete and that the file is not corrupted. Run a checksum tool and compare the results against the checksum information on the download site.
Downloading from a Linux Shell
To download AppDynamics software from a Linux shell, you can use the wget utility or cURL.
When using these tools, you first need to authenticate to the AppDynamics domain and store the resulting session ID in a file. Then send the request to download the software, passing the session information file as a cookie.
For example, on Fedora you can use the following wget commands:
On the Windows platform add the --no-check-certificate option.
The equivalent cURL commands are:
You can get the URL for the file you want to download at the AppDynamics Download Center. If you need help retrieving the <URL_TO_FILE> value, you can supplement your download process by using two APIs to help programmatically download AppDynamics software. After getting your cookie information, use the Version List API, which will return a JSON of all available versions and when they were made publicly available. Then, after finding your version, you can list all available products for that version with the Download File List API. Find the "download_path" value within the response and add it to the curl command.