Installation, upgrade, and configuration instructions are accessible from the links on this page.
- Configuring PingCentral to run as a Windows service
- Configuring PingCentral to run as a Linux systemv service
- Configuring PingCentral to run as a Linux systemd service
- Configuring logging
- Removing the PingCentral Windows service
- Removing the PingCentral systemv service
- Removing the PingCentral systemd service
To avoid seeing a certificate warning when you access PingCentral, replace the user-facing SSL certificate so it will no longer use the self-signed certificate. See Replacing the Admin Console SSL Certificate.
The Spring Boot Actuator, enabled by default, collects a wide variety of information to help you monitor and manage PingCentral in production environments. Spring Metrics collects a large amount of data, but it does not present the data in ways that are easy to understand, so you might want to move this data to either a Prometheus or Graphite time series database and use Grafana to view it through interactive dashboards with charts and graphs. See Monitoring PingCentral for details.