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The evaluation environment enables you to fully automate the deployment of a wide range of enterprise technologies and applications for the following purposes:

  • Proof-of-concept
  • Product evaluation
  • Live demos
  • Internal tests

Based on the easy-to-create evaluation environment, the following use cases can be tested in a timely manner:

  • OneImporter approach
  • Host process technology detection and support
  • Historization and topologization of infrastructure and application configuration items
  • Data source to demonstrate and evaluate use cases

System requirements

The following prerequisites are necessary to deploy the evaluation environment:

  • Hardware
    • CPU: 4 cores
    • RAM: 16 GB
    • Storage: 150 GB
    • Hardware can be virtualized
  • Operating system
    • Linux
      • Ubuntu - recommendation
      • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
      • Suse
      • CentOS & CentOS Stream
      • Fedora
    • Software
      • GIT
      • Docker
      • Docker composed

Installation, start & stop

With fully automated deployment, a complete evaluation environment can be deployed on a Linux host in minutes:

# Download evaluation environment from GitHub
git clone

# Start

# Stop

Please note:

  • To be able to evaluate the Oracle database the following things have to be considere:
    • To be able to download the Docker image you need to 'proceed to checkout' and log in to Oracle Docker Hub (see
    • In the docker-compose.yml the oracledb service has to be activated (by default it is commented out). life scenarios

Install OneImporter

After deploying the evaluation environment, the first step should be to install a OneImporter. You can find your detailed instructions here:

Configure imports in

After installing OneImporter, we recommend setting up the following import configurations:

  • audit log importer
  • Host importer
  • Host process importer
  • File importer
  • File structure importer
  • Port scan importer
  • SSL certificate importer
  • Database schema importer

Instructions for setting up the import configurations can be found here:

Evaluate added value use cases

Our blogpost "Seven steps to a successful free trial" can help you get started:

Technology support


  • Programming executables
    • Node.js: via OneImporter itself :-)
    • Java
    • C / C++ via command line tools
  • Databases
    • IBM DB2
    • Oracle Database
    • Microsoft SQL
    • MySQL
    • MariaDB
    • PostgreSQL
    • Elasticsearch
    • Influxdb
    • Couchbase
    • Memcached
    • Cassandra
    • Redis
  • Messaging
    • RabbitMQ
  • Web server
    • NGINX
  • Application server
    • IBM Websphere-Liberty
    • Tomcat
    • Jetty
  • Others
    • Grafana
    • Apache Zookeeper

In work

  • HAProxy (need a config file)
  • MongoDB (MongoDB 5.0+ requires a CPU with AVX support)
  • Kong

Planned further


  • Kafka
  • Filebeat + Metricbeat + Elasticsearch + Kibana (see
  • WebLogic server (nur mit Registry)
  • Go
  • Python
  • Ruby
  • Php
  • C# /.Net
  • Perl
  • Joomla
  • Erlang
  • Rust
  • Arangodb
  • Java
  • IBM Java

Credentials needed for service detection

  • PostgreSQL
  • RabbitMQ