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    AppDynamics provides multiple ways to configure the Machine Agent. As part of planning your installation, determine which options work best in your environment:

    • Controller-info.xml
    • System properties
    • Environment variables

    See Configure the Machine Agent

    Collect Configuration Information

    Determine your configuration requirements and collect the necessary information. See Machine Agent Configuration Properties

    Planning Item


    Determine your installation scenario

    For new installations, see Machine Agent Installation Scenarios

    For upgrades, see Upgrade the Machine Agent

    Location of the startup script

    You add startup arguments and system properties in the startup script.
    If you are using a Java service wrapper, you need to know the location of the wrapper configuration. See Where to Specify Machine Agent Configuration

    Memory and CPUSee Machine Agent Requirements and Supported Environments
    Connecting the agent to the ControllerYou need to know the Controller hostController port, and account access key where you want your metrics to be reported. The account access key is generated at the Controller installation time and is located on the AppDynamics Administration Console.
    (Optional) SSL Communications

    If you plan to use SSL to communicate with the Controller, see Enable SSL for Machine Agent
    SSL-related properties include:

    • Controller SSL Enabled Property
    • Controller Keystore Password
    • Controller Keystore Filename
    • Force Default SSL Certificate Validation
    Proxy Settings

    If you plan to connect to the Controller using a proxy server, you need to know the Proxy host, Proxy port, and the path to the Proxy Password file.

    Multi-tenant mode or SaaS Installations

    In addition to the Account Access property, use the Account Name property to configure multi-tenant mode or SaaS account Information. This information is provided in the Welcome email from the AppDynamics Support Team. You can also locate this information in the <controller_home>/initial_account_access_info.txt file.

    Deploying from a common directorySee Deploy Multiple Machine Agents From a Common Directory
    Extension considerationsIf you plan to use a number of extensions in your environment, see the "Extension Considerations" section in Machine Agent Requirements and Supported Environments
    Enabling Server Availability and Service Availability MonitoringServer Availability requires a separate license. See Enable Server Visibility
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