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i have on-premies appdyanmics controller "with no access to the internet "and i want to configure it to monitor Browser EUM but i am very confused with steps that shall i apply, my Web applications is written in java and compiled using JSP what steps shall i do as per my understanding i shall do the below :
1) Create NEw RUM APP
2) Configure my application through user experience app integration to automatic java script insertion
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Working: The EUM Server receives data from EUM agents, processes and stores that data, and makes it available to the AppDynamics Controller. And your controller periodically pulls that data from the EUM sevrer.
To answer about where to install it, we have two modes of installtion supported for the EUM server; For demonstration and light testing purposes, the EUM Server can be deployed to the same host as the Controller, however for production, the EUM Server must be deployed to a separate host. Again the steps for both thes emodes of installation are providedin the doc link I shared above.
Its after you have completed the EUM server setup and your EUM server is up and running, you need to instrument your application to work with Browser RUM. So the steps here would be like what you mentioned,
1) Create New RUM APP
If you are sure you are going to use Automatic injection for your application, here are the steps for that just in case you haven't already read that.
Let me know in case you need further information.
Are you referring to the reverse proxy front-ending the EUM server as mentioned in https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO43/EUM+Server+Deployment?
Reverse proxy can be useful in case:
1. You want to isolate the EUM machine and not expose it to the open internet
2. Terminate SSL/TLS on the reverse proxy and forward non-SSL traffic to EUM. This would take off SSL handshake responsibilities from EUM improving the performance slightly
However having a reverse proxy is not mandatory.