Resource specifications required to set up Avo Assure Server
It is a shared network location in the database server or any other system, where screenshots captured can be stored. This location should be accessible by ICE. The device/system where screenshots are to be shared should have adequate disk space.
For windows based systems, every backslash (\) should be replaced with double backslashes (\\). For instance,
\\server\images\screenshots\ becomes \\\\server\\images\\screenshots\\.
Avo Assure web server runs on HTTPS hence providing secure communication. An X.509 certificate or also called an SSL certificate is a digital certificate that is used to verify that a public key belongs to the user, computer, or service identity contained within the certificate.
For seamless integration with third-party applications, we recommend using a certificate signed by a publicly trusted CA authority like DigiCert or Let's Encrypt. So, to use any other set of certificates, two files are required from the certificate issuer: CERT file (public key) and Key file (unencrypted private key). E.g.: If the server machine is in the example.com domain, then the certificate and key files will be required for the example.com domain.
Avo Assure Dashboard uses PostgreSQL for storing data. The source for data fetched into the Dashboard is the Avo Assure Database. An adapter called AvoAssureDashboardStreamer is used to fetch live data from Avo Assure DB to Dashboard. This adapter requires java (Java SE Development Kit 8 or above).