Daniela is a Technical Product Manager at Dynatrace. She is responsible for PaaS environment monitoring related topics. Before joining Dynatrace, she conducted research in the area of variability modeling.
We’re happy to announce that Dynatrace has once again broadened its support for Cloud Foundry technology-specific buildpacks. We already support buildpacks for Java, PHP and Staticfile applications, and applications that run on IBM WebSphere Liberty. As of today, Dynatrace also supports Cloud Foundry’s Node.js buildpack for monitoring Node.js applications that are deployed in Cloud Foundry PaaS environments. Benefits of the buildpack approach Until now, you were required to install the… read more
Dynatrace recently introduced a powerful feature that allows you to apply tags to processes and hosts based on environment variable injection. We’re happy to announce that we’ve further enhanced this functionality. Dynatrace now allows you to automatically derive tags from your Red Hat OpenShift environment. This enables you to automatically organize and filter all monitored OpenShift application components. Define your OpenShift labels You can specify OpenShift labels in the Pod object… read more
Dynatrace recently introduced a powerful feature that allows you to apply tags to processes and hosts based on environment variable injection. We’re happy to announce that we’ve further enhanced this functionality. Dynatrace now allows you to automatically derive tags from your Cloud Foundry environment. This enables you to automatically organize and filter all monitored Cloud Foundry application components. Leverage Cloud Foundry tags in your Dynatrace environment Cloud Foundry tags are searchable via… read more
One of the great things of platform-as-a-service environments like Cloud Foundry, Azure, or OpenShift is their ability to automatically scale your applications. For instance, you can add more application instances to handle increased traffic and demand. However, with application instances spun up and down automatically in your production environment you need to ensure that your dynamically created application instances conform to what has been tested in your pre-production environment. With… read more
We’re happy to announce the public beta release of Varnish cache monitoring for Dynatrace. Varnish Cache is an HTTP accelerator that’s designed for dynamic, content-heavy web sites as well as heavily-consumed APIs. During the public beta release period, you need to manually enable Dynatrace Varnish cache monitoring before you can use it. To enable Varnish cache monitoring Go to Settings > Monitoring > Monitored technologies. On the Supported technologies tab, set… read more
We’re happy to announce that, in addition to support for Java and Node.js applications, Dynatrace now also provides monitoring support for PHP and Staticfile applications that are deployed in Cloud Foundry PaaS environments. Cloud Foundry is a Platform-as-a-Service that consists of a set of open source tools that help you run applications at scale. Applications deployed on Cloud Foundry are usually run through technology-specific buildpacks that provide framework… read more