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Madina
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Contributor III

system requirements for dev, prod , test environments

Hello community,

 

My question is what are requirements for deploying Qlik Sense in prod, dev, test environments.

It will be deployed on own servers, and we are facing case when have no idea what should been provided. If yiu have in your experience how was they?

I guess we need to have few in test , and more in prod. Of course it depends on our needs, but are there some minimum values?

Also, what are difference between Qlik sense server and Qlik sense enterprise? As far as understand, enterprise is better, but expensiver. So, maybe usually they install differense versions in different environments? like in test server version, in prod Enterprise version

 

Thank you in advance

Regards, Madina
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Rohit-Prakash
Employee
Employee

In a Qlik Sense environment, the architecture allows for the creation or installation of multiple nodes, which helps in segregating resources at the server level. This means you can allocate certain apps to specific nodes while keeping others on different nodes. This segregation is often useful for managing resources efficiently and optimizing performance.

When it comes to managing files and loading data, Qlik Sense uses libraries (LIBs). These libraries are created to facilitate the loading of files and managing data connections within the Qlik Sense environment.

In the Qlik Sense Hub, there are Work Areas and Streams. The Work Area typically represents your development space where you can create and modify apps. Streams, on the other hand, are essentially containers where apps are published and shared with users.

During the deployment process, when you're ready to move an app from your Work Area (DEV) to production (PROD), you typically publish the app to a designated stream, usually named 'PROD'. Once published, a copy of the app is made available in the production stream. However, the original app in the Work Area remains intact for further development.

If any changes or updates are required in the app after it has been deployed to production, developers can make those changes in the Work Area and then republish the updated version to the production stream. This process ensures that the development and production environments remain separate while allowing for seamless deployment and updates of apps.

Kindly review the Qlik Help page.

System requirements for Qlik Sense: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/November2023/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_De... 

https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/November2023/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_De...

https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/November2023/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_De...

 

 

 

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Rohit-Prakash
Employee
Employee

Hello @Madina Qlik Sense Server and Qlik Sense Enterprise are both offerings within the Qlik Sense platform, but they serve slightly different purposes and cater to different deployment scenarios:

  1. Qlik Sense Server: Qlik Sense Server is the core product that provides the foundation for Qlik Sense deployments. It allows organizations to host and manage Qlik Sense applications on their own infrastructure. With Qlik Sense Server, organizations have control over the installation, configuration, and maintenance of the Qlik Sense environment. This deployment option is suitable for organizations that prefer to manage their own servers and infrastructure.

  2. Qlik Sense Enterprise: Qlik Sense Enterprise, on the other hand, is a more comprehensive solution that offers additional features and capabilities for larger organizations with complex requirements. It includes features such as centralized management, governance, security, scalability, and high availability capabilities. Qlik Sense Enterprise is designed to meet the needs of large enterprises and organizations that require advanced capabilities for deploying and managing Qlik Sense at scale.

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Rohit-Prakash
Employee
Employee

In a Qlik Sense environment, the architecture allows for the creation or installation of multiple nodes, which helps in segregating resources at the server level. This means you can allocate certain apps to specific nodes while keeping others on different nodes. This segregation is often useful for managing resources efficiently and optimizing performance.

When it comes to managing files and loading data, Qlik Sense uses libraries (LIBs). These libraries are created to facilitate the loading of files and managing data connections within the Qlik Sense environment.

In the Qlik Sense Hub, there are Work Areas and Streams. The Work Area typically represents your development space where you can create and modify apps. Streams, on the other hand, are essentially containers where apps are published and shared with users.

During the deployment process, when you're ready to move an app from your Work Area (DEV) to production (PROD), you typically publish the app to a designated stream, usually named 'PROD'. Once published, a copy of the app is made available in the production stream. However, the original app in the Work Area remains intact for further development.

If any changes or updates are required in the app after it has been deployed to production, developers can make those changes in the Work Area and then republish the updated version to the production stream. This process ensures that the development and production environments remain separate while allowing for seamless deployment and updates of apps.

Kindly review the Qlik Help page.

System requirements for Qlik Sense: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/November2023/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_De... 

https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/November2023/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_De...

https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-admin/November2023/Subsystems/DeployAdministerQSE/Content/Sense_De...

 

 

 

Rohit-Prakash
Employee
Employee

Hello @Madina Qlik Sense Server and Qlik Sense Enterprise are both offerings within the Qlik Sense platform, but they serve slightly different purposes and cater to different deployment scenarios:

  1. Qlik Sense Server: Qlik Sense Server is the core product that provides the foundation for Qlik Sense deployments. It allows organizations to host and manage Qlik Sense applications on their own infrastructure. With Qlik Sense Server, organizations have control over the installation, configuration, and maintenance of the Qlik Sense environment. This deployment option is suitable for organizations that prefer to manage their own servers and infrastructure.

  2. Qlik Sense Enterprise: Qlik Sense Enterprise, on the other hand, is a more comprehensive solution that offers additional features and capabilities for larger organizations with complex requirements. It includes features such as centralized management, governance, security, scalability, and high availability capabilities. Qlik Sense Enterprise is designed to meet the needs of large enterprises and organizations that require advanced capabilities for deploying and managing Qlik Sense at scale.

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