Qlik Sense help for administrators
This site provides guidance for administrators and IT professionals who are deploying, configuring, and managing Qlik Sense in enterprise organizations.
Learn about the new administrative features and improvements available in Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows.
Plan your deployment
Before you start with anything be sure to prepare well and checkout deployment examples, system requirements and how licenses and scalability work.
Study these examples of different ways to deploy Qlik Sense Enterprise. The examples provide a high-level view of how different organizational needs are achieved by different deployment scenarios.
Licensing allows you to manage the usage of the Qlik Sense software in your organization. Here is a summary of the license options that are available for the different Qlik Sense related products.
Check out the requirements that must be fulfilled by the target system in order to successfully install and run Qlik Sense.
Deploy Qlik Sense Enterprise
On Microsoft Azure
Set up and configure a Microsoft Azure virtual machine before installing Qlik Sense.
On Amazon AWS
Set up and configure a single Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) instance on the AWS cloud platform before installing Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows as a single-node site.
On Google Cloud Platform
Set up and configure a single Google Compute Engine instance before installing Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows as a single node site.
A Qlik Sense Enterprise multi-cloud deployment lets you deploy both Qlik Sense Enterprise on-premises and Qlik Sense Enterprise on cloud so users can develop apps on-premises and access them from the cloud.
Administer Qlik Sense Enterprise
This section contains information about how to manage, and monitor Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows.
The Qlik Management Console (QMC) is a web-based application for configuring and administrating your Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows site.
The Qlik Management Console (QMC) provides apps for monitoring system performance and usage on Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows server nodes and for monitoring license usage.
The description of how to troubleshoot Qlik Sense using logs is based on "use cases", each of which corresponds to a typical user or system action, such as opening an app or stopping a task.