The Platform requires one of the following versions of Microsoft SQL Server.
|SQL Server Version||Supported SQL Syntax||Supported SQL Features||Platform Version|
|2012 SP4||2012||2012||6.5.0 and later|
|2014 SP3*||2012||2012||8.0.0 and later|
|2016 SP2||2012||2012 and 2016 AAG**||8.0.0 and later|
|2019 CU4||2012||2012 and 2019 AAG**||8.3.0 and later|
*SQL Server 2014 SP2 with Cumulative Update Package 6 (or later) installed (available at https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3031047). Its recommended to use SQL Server 2014 with 2012 compatibility mode.
**If you plan to use Always On Availability Groups on your Platform, you must use SQL Server 2016/2019 Enterprise edition.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Oracle did not correctly version bug fix versions of Release 4 and the publicly available Oracle client/driver installer will install an incorrect version of the driver. If the wrong driver is installed, it will cause Platform-wide problems. Contact your support representative about installing the correct version of the driver or if you think the wrong driver has been installed.
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Note: As of Platform version 8.2.0, AD FS is no longer supported for new installations of the Platform. If you require Identity Federation on your Platform, use the new Federation model introduced in 8.2.0. AD FS will not be supported on Platform versions after 8.2.0.
Due to the nature of Linux, any number of Linux flavors may be compatible with the Platform. The following, however, are officially supported:
Note: If you plan to use CentOS/RHEL 7 with systemd, it is recommended to use systemd version 218 or later.
Note: If you plan to use CentOS/RHEL 8 and you leverage SELinux you may need to adjust your profiles to allow the Apprenda installer and product to execute, create/read/write files, and make/accept network connections on the ports as described in the Apprenda Documention.
The Platform ships with support for the following Java runtimes and hosting containers. Platform Operators can configure support for additional runtimes and hosting containers in the Java Hosting section of the SOC. It is recommended that you test all runtimes and containers that do not ship with the Platform on a dev/test installation of the Platform before moving to production.
Configure support for JBoss after installation in the Java Hosting section of the SOC.
Apprenda supports the following browser versions for the Developer Portal and System Operations Center. The minimum recommended resolution for viewing the Development Portal, Account Portal, or System Operations Center is 1280x1024 for all browsers.
Note: In some pages will automatically set IE compatibility mode to “edge”