An agentless monitoring tool for JD Edwards users

Although ERP Suites Clarity is an agentless solution, it does rely on a central “collector” within your environment. The collector is installed as two Windows services and typically placed on the JDE deployment server. However, any Windows system (2008 or above) with access to all the necessary servers will work.

Installation requires:

  • Less than 100MB of disk space
  • Network accessibility to make outbound calls
  • C++ Redistributor version 2013 or newer

ERP Suites Clarity by module

Account administrators are essential to Clarity configuration. They provide the pathways to the servers you want to monitor, which in turn feed each of Clarity’s modules.

Analytics

Including page load time by user, application or browser

Log Parser

Including personal subscriptions

Application Management

Including historical utilization

Monitoring

Including a list of login errors

Batch Jobs

Including UBE analysis

Reports

Including the slowest applications

Database Management

Including the most expensive queries

Security Management

Including suspicious login activity

ERP Suites Clarity relies on a central “collector” to gather and process metric data then securely transfer it to the ERP Suites Cloud.

Technical requirements:

  • Tools Release 9.1+
  • Supported browser
    • Google Chrome 48 or above
    • Mozilla Firefox 50 or above
    • Safari 10 or above
    • Internet Explorer 10/11
Infographic showing how ERP Suites Clarity works

Look beyond the range of Server Manager

Clarity isn’t the only source for real-time data or a 24-hour overview. JD Edwards Server Manager provides it too. But for greater detail and in-depth history, Server Manager users must run JDE Application Management Suite (AMS4JDE) under Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM). On the other hand, Clarity users find it all in one tool at a significantly lower cost. 

Count on product performance

ERP Suites Clarity is an Oracle Validated Integration (OVI) product. Having passed rigorous technical and process-oriented testing, you can expect it to:

  • Work seamlessly without sacrificing EnterpriseOne functionality
  • Maintain data integrity
  • Secure your data and respect existing security controls
  • Come with thorough documentation
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