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Community Manager
Community Manager

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!


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!


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

Update 8/24/2021 - App Analyzer's latest update is reflected in the attachment below


Hi @thol ,

thank you very much for these informations.

Does it mean that, for the moment, it is not possible with the available API to know in qlik sense saas, who open which application ?

We tried working with {url}/api/v1/audits/archive?date=yyyy-mm-dd, it is possible to find who connect to the tenant, but it seems not possible to get informations about opening apps. Do you confirm ?

Have a good day !


Contributor II
Contributor II

Can Someone tell me what is the difference between Qlik Sense Enterprise and Qlik SaaS

and can we implement the App Analyzer for Qlik Sense Enterprise same as Qlik Saas.

Thanks for your support.


hi @Eli .

the biggest difference is not in the Qlik software but in who manages the hardware.

Qlik sense Enterprise in based on Windows server managed by the customer. Qlik Sense Enterprise Saas is our Saas solution where the hardware is managed by Qlik.



On Prem :



about the App Analyzer on Qlik sense Enterprise on prem, when you install the software you have a lot of management and control applications in the path :      c:\programdata\qlik\repository\defaultapps

Contributor II
Contributor II

hi @Marco_Dugnani 

First Thanks for the info and the prompt reply and the useful links.

Regarding the App Analyzer on Qlik sense Enterprise should I use the same PDF attached to go step by step to install the App Analyzer and it will work or I have to check another PDF version.





@Thomas_Hopp  can you give any  further updates on where the team is at with regard to a Usage monitoring app as that could save me a considerable amount of development time delivering our own, especially as our Senior Team are screaming out for usage statistics as we roll out our apps to 2000 new users

Regards, stay safe




The part of the puzzle that was most concerning for me with regards to monitoring on SaaS was not being able to tell how the analyzer capacity usage was stacking up against available minutes. The management console shows usage against total, but you then have to work out yourself how that sits against expectations for the time of the month. Also, you have to keep going and checking, and we needed something that would alert us.

As a stop-gap to more being provided by Qlik, I have put together a simple application for checking this, and sending an email when usage exceeds the run-rate of minutes for the time of month.

The app can be downloaded from here:

And a full tutorial on how it has been put together is here:

Hope people find this useful.