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What is Dynatrace testing?
Dynatrace can analyze incoming HTTP Headers and extract information from the header value and “Tag” the captured PurePath with that contextual information. Having a tag on a PurePath allows us to analyze PurePaths with specific tags.
What is Dynatrace and how it works?
What is Dynatrace built?
Running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Dynatrace is built on an elastic grid architecture that scales to 100,000+ hosts easily. We use the most robust enterprise-proven cloud technologies to provide a monitoring solution as resilient and available as the systems it monitors.
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What is Dynatrace and Splunk?
As far as I know, Splunk is used as a syslog system only and DynaTrace is an application monitoring system. So you will use Splunk to collect events/logs from servers and devices and you will use DynaTrace to monitor applications and send alerts to end users, provide dashboards etc.
What is Dynatrace full-stack monitoring?
Dynatrace evaluates the following components in the monitoring of your physical and/or cloud-based application infrastructure: Your hosts (CPU, memory, NIC, and storage) Host processes. Network health. Your virtual infrastructure platform (VMware vCenter or standalone ESXi hosts)
Where is Dynatrace based?
Dynatrace headquarters is located in Waltham, Massachusetts, with research and development labs based in various locations across Austria, Estonia, Poland, Spain, and the United States.
What is Dynatrace managed cluster?
Dynatrace Managed cluster is a set of specialized components that have been configured to host your monitoring environment and process-monitoring data. The installer sets up the following components in the installation directory (by default, /opt/dynatrace-managed ):
Can Dynatrace monitor Windows service?
Dynatrace provides out-of-the-box availability monitoring of Windows services. To monitor the availability of a service, specify the Service name and Display name . To simplify management in a large-scale environment, adjust settings on the host-group level.
What is Process Group in Dynatrace?
A “process group” is a logical cluster of processes that belong to the same application or deployment unit and perform the same function across multiple hosts. Dynatrace automatically detects application types such as Tomcat, JBoss, Apache HTTP Server, MongoDB, and many others technologies.
What is the difference between AppDynamics and Dynatrace?
Dynatrace has designed its agents to capture limited stack traces for every transaction execution, whereas AppDynamics has opted for the anomaly diagnostic approach, meaning that more complete stack traces is only captured when a performance baseline or threshold has been breached.
How does Splunk integrate with Dynatrace?
What is PurePath in Dynatrace?
PurePaths are code-level traces that span an end-to-end transaction. Whenever a user initiates an interaction with an application (either real or synthetic activity), Dynatrace gives the transaction a unique ID.
What are the components of Dynatrace?
The Dynatrace Managed installer is comprised of the following components:
What data does Dynatrace collect?
Dynatrace looks for personal data such as IP addresses, UUIDs, credit card numbers, emails, and other identifiable IDs.
How does Dynatrace injection work?
How do I disable Dynatrace?
In case you don't want to use OneAgent inside a particular Java (or other) process, you can easily disable Dynatrace monitoring for individual hosts, process groups, or applications: From the Dynatrace menu, go to Settings > Monitoring overview.
What is real user monitoring in Dynatrace?
Dynatrace Real User Monitoring is licensed based on the consumption of user sessions. A user session is essentially a "user visit" performed in your application. Dynatrace captures user sessions of web, mobile, and custom applications. For web applications, a user session can span multiple applications.
What is a Dynatrace management zone?
Management zones allow you to define visibility and responsibility for monitoring data across all layers of your technology stack without reintroducing stack-related silos. With the release of Dynatrace 1.174, we've introduced the ability to filter all outgoing problem notifications based on management zones.
When using Dynatrace managed which type of update is mandatory?
Automatic update (recommended)
For automatic updates, specify a convenient time for the system to upgrade itself (for example, during a maintenance window). Your monitoring and cluster management pages won't be accessible during the upgrade process if your cluster consists of less than 3 nodes.