Installing Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC

Installing Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC

Installing Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC

In this section tutorial, we show how to install Figaf DevOps Suite on your PC for a PoC. Mac would be much the same except the script should be a little different command to start the tool with. 

Requirements for a PoC

  1. Windows/Mac 
  2. 2 GB Ram free
  3. 2 GB Disk
  4. Java 8 either oracle or adoptium

The installation comes with a build-in database, but if it is not suited for productive use, then use Postgresql or MSSQL database. 

1. Go to

2. Enter name and email to get a trail license

NOTE: Make sure you select the "On-Premise" version of the Figaf DevOps Suite.

3. Check the email you registered with to check for the license

4. Go to the download site,  

5. Scroll down to the download section and download the file "irt-22*.jar"

6. Save it in a folder on your computer

7. Create a new file in notepad, notepad++  or your favorite editor

8. On the install page copy the following content

9 Paste the values into your bat file.

Check the file name and make sure it is the same as your have in your folder. 

10. Save the file in the same folder as your file. Call it "run.bat".

Notepad can have a hard time saving as a  BAT file

11. Run the BAT file. This should start the tool in a command prompt

You can also see a log file

Note: Here are possible errors to look out for at this step

If you do not have Java the command will not work. You will need to install a java see above and then update the bat file with content. 

If you have run Figaf before you may have a file in c:\users\<USER>\FigarIRT delete this folder to reset everything and start over

Information to terminate the tool and find the command prompt and press CTRL-C to start the termination. 

It can take a little while before it reacts try a few times. 

You want to terminate like this to ensure the database is persisted correctly. 

13. Wait for 30-60 seconds to see

14. Open "http://localhost:8089/irt/" in your internet browser

15. fill in email  prompt with "superUser" and password  with "default". Press "login"

16. Press "close" on the password switch. 

If you decide to change the passwordremember it because the password cannot easily be recovered.

For a productive scenario, do change the password and save it in your password save. 

17. Now you are on the front page of the application

18. Click on  "Load license"

19. Insert your license from the email and press "load license"

20. Now you have Figaf running. Now you can add agents to connect to systems


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