Admin Studio introduction
Admin Studio is a workspace for system administrators, database administrators, and security administrators that provides runtime information and configuration options for system resources.
In Admin Studio, you can observe system execution at runtime, such as monitoring job schedulers and queue processors, and managing system nodes. For example, as part of a software audit, a developer uses Admin Studio to identify active requestors, both human and system users, and monitor their usage.
System management in Admin Studio
The Overview landing page of Admin Studio contains information that you need to monitor queues. You can access system and node classification details, queue processors, and scheduled jobs. Each tile in the Overview landing page lists the number of configured instances. For example, in the following image, the Queue processors tile shows 15 queue processors, and all activities are running. There are no broken processors. Clicking each tile opens the corresponding landing page.
In the following image, click the + icons to examine some of the options available for system management in Admin Studio.
Navigation between studios
Application developers can switch between Admin Studio and Dev Studio as needed to configure system behavior. The upper-left corner of each studio contains a menu that lists all the studios available to users. To switch to another studio, select the studio name from the menu.
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