Installing Synthetic Monitor components
This section provides an overview and links to the instructions for you to install the TrueSight Synthetic Monitor components.
TrueSight Synthetic Monitor installation components
|TrueSight Presentation Server||The Presentation Server is the hub of the operations management environment; it receives and analyzes data that is displayed in the TrueSight console.|
Install the Presentation Server first.
|App Visibility server||The App Visibility server comprises the following components: |
The server receives and analyzes data from the TEA Agents that run your Execution Plans.
The portal and the collector installations each include a database: one for configuration and connection information on the portal; and one for the App Visibility Manager data on the collector.
Typically, the App Visibility environment uses a separate computer for the portal and one or more collectors To set up a high-availability environment, you must install each component on a separate computer.
Install the portal before the collectors because the collectors reference the portal during installation.
After you install the App Visibility server components, configure the connection between the systems on the Component Management page of the TrueSight console.
|Installing the App Visibility server components|
Silk Performer for TrueSight Operations Management
An application specialist uses Silk Performer to record or author .ltz scripts that simulate user transactions. The scripting utility also serves as an execution module to run scripts on the computer with the TEA Agent.
Install Silk Performer before you install the TEA Agent.
|Transaction Execution Adapter Agent||The Transaction Execution Adapter (TEA) Agent monitors the performance and reliability of applications through synthetic (also called robotic ) transactions.||Install the TEA Agent and enter connection details for the App Visibility server.||Installing a Transaction Execution Adapter Agent|