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This page provides instructions for provisioning EUM licenses for single-tenant and multi-tenant EUM licenses.

Provision Single-Tenant EUM Licenses

To provision the EUM license for a single-tenant Controller:  

Linux

  1. Log in to your EUM Server. 
  2. Change to the directory with the script for provisioning licenses: $> cd $EUM_HOME/eum-processor
  3. Provision each license, one at a time, on the EUM Server by running the following command: $> ./bin/provision-license <PATH_TO_EUM_LICENSE>

 

The command needs to be run from the $EUM_HOME/eum-processor directory or it will fail.

Windows

  1. Log in to your EUM Server. 
  2. Change to the directory with the script for provisioning licenses: $> cd $EUM_HOME\eum-processor
  3. Provision each license, one at a time, on the EUM Server by running the following command: $> .\bin\provision-license.bat <PATH_TO_EUM_LICENSE>

The command needs to be run from the $EUM_HOME\eum-processor directory or it will fail.

Provision EUM Licenses for Multi-Tenant Controllers

For each on-prem multi-tenant Controller account wanting EUM access, you are required to provision an EUM license. Provisioning EUM license units for different Controller accounts enable you to better track, manage, and limit license usage.

To enable the EUM Server to work with on-prem multi-tenant Controllers:

  1. Complete the setup requirements.
  2. Request EUM licenses for the Controller accounts requiring EUM access.
  3. Provision the licenses on the EUM Server.
  4. Add the EUM licenses to the Controller accounts.

  Setup Requirements

Request EUM Licenses

For each additional Controller account requiring EUM access, you will need to request EUM licenses from the AppDynamics Sales team. The AppDynamics Sales team can help you determine how many licenses and units per license will meet your needs.

Provision Licenses for Controller Accounts

To provision EUM licenses for each Controller account:

Linux

  1. Log in to your EUM Server. 
  2. Change to the directory with the script for provisioning licenses: $> cd $EUM_HOME/eum-processor
  3. Provision each license, one at a time, on the EUM Server by running the following command: $> ./bin/provision-license <PATH_TO_EUM_LICENSE>

 

The command needs to be run from the $EUM_HOME/eum-processor directory or it will fail.

Windows

  1. Log in to your EUM Server. 
  2. Change to the directory with the script for provisioning licenses: $> cd $EUM_HOME\eum-processor
  3. Provision each license, one at a time, on the EUM Server by running the following command: $> .\bin\provision-license.bat <PATH_TO_EUM_LICENSE>

The command needs to be run from the $EUM_HOME\eum-processor directory or it will fail.

 


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