What is the GenRocket Multi-User Server (GMUS)?

Important: This GenRocket feature requires the Org Admin and Users to have beginner-level programming skills. An Org Admin/User must understand REST API and how calls are made.

What is the GenRocket Multi-User Server (GMUS)?

The GenRocket Multi-User Server (GMUS) allows many users to generate data via a central client application. It gives client applications the ability to let multiple users simultaneously run GenRocket Scenarios and generate synthetic data.

GMUS manages user requests by launching multiple instances of the GenRocket runtime engine via the GenRocket API to run multiple GenRocket Scenarios simultaneously. The GMUS guards against Scenario collisions when two or more users request to run the same Scenario whose Scenario state is set to true.

Getting Started

The following steps will need to be completed by the Org Admin before users can initiate GMUS and run Scenarios through a client application:

  1. Register the Client Application within GenRocket for your Organization
  2. Register each user who will be using the Client Application
  3. Launch GMUS in a location where multiple users can make requests

Note: Users can register themselves for GMUS if they have received the Application ID from the Org Admin. The Application ID is assigned when the Org Admin requests to register the client application with GenRocket.

After these steps have been completed, each registered user will be able to run Scenarios through the client application.



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