The GenRocket Multi-User Server (GMUS) allows many users to generate data via a central client application. The GMUS gives client application's the ability to let multiple users simultaneously run GenRocket Scenarios and generate synthetic data. It manages user requests by launching multiple instances of the GenRocket runtime engine, via the GenRocket API, to run multiple GenRocket Scenarios simultaneously.
GMUS Supported Operating Systems
- Supported Operating Systems: Generally Windows, Linux, and macOS -- but GenRocket can support most OS that support Java
- Supported Browsers: Chrome, Firefox, and Safari
GMUS Recommended Hardware Requirements
GenRocket GMUS is able to run on nearly any machine that supports Java. For an optimal experience, your machine should have a minimum of the following:
Install a Minimum of Java 1.7 (JDK)
Your computers must have at minimum Java 7 installed to run GenRocket. You can verify your version of Java at this site.
- GenRocket does not support the following versions of Java: