Getting started

Taking your first steps.

Butler SOS is written in Node.js, which is a cross-platform programming environment. This means most kinds of computers and servers can be used to run Butler SOS, including Windows, Linux and Mac OS.

Setting up Butler SOS is pretty straightforward, but you do need a working understanding of Qlik Sense admin tasks. For example, you need to export certificates from the QMC, as well as installing Butler SOS itself.


SenseOps monitoring - what’s that?

This page provides the general steps to get started with Butler SOS.
It also explains how Butler SOS relates to other tools and services that collectively make up the SenseOps concept.

Installing Butler SOS

The steps needed for installing and configuring vary slightly depending on what platform you use. The details are found here.


Everything you wanted to know about Butler SOS configuration but never dared to ask.

Day 2 operations

Options for running Butler SOS.

Last modified April 21, 2021: 5.6 docs RC1 (8c67a19)