Month: September 2016

OneAgent release notes for version 103

OneAgent Here’s what’s new in OneAgent v103: Java Web request service support for Mule and webMethods Support for Azul Zulu and Azul Zing Node.js Code-level visibility System monitoring Fix for network connectivity problem Anomaly detection adjustment: changed the default threshold for low disk space problems, from 99% to 97% of disk usage “Ruxit Agent” renamed “Dynatrace OneAgent” The installation path has changed to /opt/dynatrace/oneagent The user ruxituser has been renamed dtuser Binaries… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update – Version 104

Dynatrace Managed customers only Following the release of Dynatrace Managed version 104, here’s a quick update of the new features and improvements we’ve introduced. Resend Community invitations to your users By default, new users logging into Dynatrace Managed for the first time receive emailed invitations to join the Dynatrace Community. Users are encouraged to click a link in the email and set up their Community account. For those instances where… read more

Proving Availability and Performance in a Citrix Environment

In my role as a Dynatrace Consultant I’ve had the opportunity to visit customers repeatedly over extended periods of time. This has allowed me to contribute to different approaches to solving problems, and to observe how well the solutions fit the unique needs of each customer. It helps if you’ve seen certain use cases before; however, there are always cases when you come across a customer whose requirements initially sound… read more

2016 Presidential Debate #1 Stream Report: The Digital Disruption of Politics

Last night was reportedly the most watched presidential debate ever. Some are estimating over 100- million viewers watched Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go at it. I set up some Dynatrace Synthetics tests to compare the sites that would be live streaming the debate. I monitored from nine locations across the US, every five minutes, using both a Chrome and IE browser. I divided the tests into two… read more

Continuous Innovation with Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.5

Customer-centric innovation, more frequent deployments, the adoption of new stack and PaaS (Platform as a Service), as well as breaking up the monolith into micro-services, are several of the trends we can’t escape when following the hot topics at conferences or when talking with enterprise Innovation and Transformation Teams. Digital businesses need to transform their IT and application delivery: Building the right thing, more efficient and faster than… read more

Introducing the Topology and Smartscape API

One of the most outstanding Dynatrace benefits is the ability to view your entire environment within Smartscape, our real-time environment-topology visualization tool. An enhancement to our existing API now enables API consumers to query the details of the relationships between the applications, services, and hosts within an environment. Smartscape delivers a quick and efficient overview of all topological dependencies on the vertical axis while showing all ingoing/outgoing call relationships on… read more

Dashboard tiles: Key user actions, Overall conversion goals, and Individual goals

Not all user actions share the same priority for your business. User actions that are vital to the success of your business require elevated visibility. This is why “key” user actions—those actions that you’ve identified as being vital to the success of your business—now have their own standalone dashboard tile. We’ve also made it easier for you to track your business’ success toward conversion goals by introducing two new conversion-goal… read more

Service flow now includes applications and user actions!

Earlier this year, we introduced Service flow view to visualize service requests from end-to-end, making it possible for you to see the sequences of service calls that result from each individual web request. While valuable, Service flow view lacked the ability to correlate its insights with the applications and user actions that initially trigger these sequences. We’ve now enhanced Service flow so that its insights are presented within the… read more

PurePaths now available for Dynatrace SaaS/Managed!

PurePath technology has always been at the heart of what we do at Dynatrace, since our earliest days. PurePath technology is now once again taking center stage, this time as a key benefit of the new Dynatrace platform (both SaaS and Managed offerings). PurePaths can now be accessed in a variety of ways in conjunction with the advanced analytics features that you’ve come to know and love: Service flow, backtraces,… read more

See the technologies that underlie each process!

More than simply knowing the types of processes in your environment (e.g., Java or .NET), Dynatrace understands the technologies that underlie those processes. For example, Dynatrace understands when a Java process is comprised of a Tomcat or a Jetty — in many cases it even knows the versions of these technologies. For the first time, we’re making this information available to you on each Process page. With detailed analysis of the technologies and versions… read more