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Jamie_Gregory
Digital Support
Digital Support

Hello Qlik Users!

How can I track app RAM usage over time?
 
How do I optimize my applications so that they can stay under the limit?
 

These are a couple of the questions we frequently hear. There hasn’t been a clear way to get a holistic picture of what is happening within your tenant…

Until now.

I am happy to share with you the new App Analyzer for Qlik SaaS!

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The App Analyzer will help answer those questions and more! The app provides insights on:

  • App, Table and Field memory footprints
  • Synthetic keys and island tables to help improve app development
  • Threshold analysis for fields, tables, rows and more
  • Reload times and peak RAM utilization by app
  • And much more!

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The App Analyzer uses a single REST connection to iterate over application metadata endpoints within a tenant. The data retrieve can then be measured against tenant quotas and user-defined thresholds to empower Admins to act on the insights that the app reveals. To see the app in action, check out this demo:

A few things to note:

  • This app is provided as-is and is not supported by Qlik Support.
  • An undocumented API was used in the document script that is experimental.
  • It is recommended to always use the latest app.
  • Information is not collected by Qlik when using this app.

 

The app as well as the configuration guide can be found at the bottom of this post. This app was created internally and will be supported by the developers of the app. They will be following this thread so be sure to post any questions or issues here so they can be addressed.

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Kind regards,

Qlik Digital Support Team

 

Update 10/7/2020 - New version of App Analyzer (v3.0.1) uploaded

Update 1/21/2021 - The App Analyzer has been updated and uploaded

19 Comments
AlexOmetis
Partner
Partner

@Marco_Dugnani  - the App Metadata Analyser that comes with QSE on Windows (not installed by default but is in the Repository Default Apps folder that you can import) is pretty much identical to this I think - give that a go. 

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SahrierParvez
Contributor III
Contributor III

Is there any user log for user analyze.

Thank You

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squeakie_pig
Creator II
Creator II

Hi @SahrierParvez 

Try the Users API.  It is set up the same way as the Apps API in the documentation Install Guide above.  You can build your own report using it.  Information about the APIs available can be found on here https://qlik.dev/apis.   The Users one is still 'experimental' so some things might not work.  Not all of the GET endpoints worked for me

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but our Partner advised including the extra tenantId parameter, ie. 

https://{tenantname}.{region.qlikcloud.com/api/v1/users?tenantId={tenantId}

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ToniKautto
Employee
Employee

@SahrierParvez not exactly sure what you are looking for, but in SaaS you will not get access to the system logs. There are a growing number of APIs that you can utilize to enhance your capabilities.

https://qlik.dev/apis/#rest 

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SahrierParvez
Contributor III
Contributor III

@squeakie_pig  Thanks it is working but i want to know a particular user how many times see a particular app in a day or in a month.

How i can get this information.

Thanks.

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Thomas_Hopp
Employee
Employee

@squeakie_pig usage based monitoring is on our roadmap and we are planning to deliver updates to that one as soon as possible. I can't give you a specific date for that right now but I can clearly telly you that the use case of reporting and delivering a better story for usage based reporting is high up on the list. So stay tuned and you will see updates related to that topic over the next couple of weeks.

Thomas

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