Managed

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 128

Aggregate multiple LDAP groups to a single Dynatrace user group Dynatrace now allows you to map a single Dynatrace user group to multiple LDAP groups. This enables more effective configuration of access rights, without requiring duplication of groups and configurations in cases where multiple LDAP groups share the same access rights. Other new features Additionally, all new features introduced with Dynatrace SaaS Version 127 and Version… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 124

Support for automated Dynatrace Cluster installations Currently, before a new Dynatrace Servier cluster installation can be used, your system administrator must go to the Dynatrace Managed web UI to set their password and email address. While this is fine for manual installations, it’s impractical for automated installations. With this in mind, we’ve added some additional installer parameters that facilitate Dynatrace Server configuration without visiting the web UI: --initial-environment --initial-first-name… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 120

Help us improve Dynatrace Managed To better understand how you and your organization’s end users make use of Dynatrace Managed, we now provide you the option of sending Dynatrace usage data from your end-users’ browsers directly back to Dynatrace. We analyze this information to ensure that we focus our efforts on the aspects of Dynatrace that are most relevant to you and to identify areas where you may be having trouble… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 118

Manual configuration of IP addresses for cluster nodes To simplify the installation of Dynatrace within complex networks (where auto-detected IP addresses typically aren’t usable as endpoints for OneAgent traffic or the Dynatrace web UI), Dynatrace now enables you to manually specify public IP addresses for cluster nodes. This feature is particularly valuable for installations of Managed cluster in cloud and hybrid cloud scenarios where multiple interfaces and IP-forwarding may be set up. read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 114

All Dynatrace installers are now signed and validated To further improve the security of Dynatrace Managed, we now sign all Dynatrace Managed installers. Now when a Dynatrace Managed installation is upgraded, the signature of the new installer is automatically verified. The installation proceeds only if the installer signature is verified. For the initial installation of new cluster nodes, you can validate the signature manually. All the instructions you need are… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 112

Following the release of version 112, here are the latest enhancements that we’ve introduced to Dynatrace Managed. Improved notifications for infrastructure issues To ensure the continuous, reliable operation of Dynatrace Managed Server in your environment, Dynatrace Managed now automatically performs periodic checks to confirm that health of your infrastructure. When a problem with the response time or availability of your hosts or other infrastructure components is detected, a problem event is automatically… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 110

Following the release of version 110, here are the latest enhancements that we’ve introduced to Dynatrace Managed. Improved load balancing capabilities for the user interface With version 110, you no longer need to worry about sticky sessions when load-balancing the user interface. Dynatrace ensures that cluster nodes can handle all user requests, even when user sessions are initiated on different nodes. Also, multi-node clusters that use the automatic domain name and… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update for version 108

Following the release of version 108, here are the latest enhancements that we’ve introduced to the Dynatrace Managed deployment option. New Security Gateway page To enable you to see the resource usage and availability of your public Security Gateways, we’ve overhauled the Security Gateway page. The page now provides a chart that shows you the resource consumption of your Security Gateways. We’ve also added an indicator that shows you when your… read more

OneAgent & Security Gateway release notes for version 105

OneAgent Real user monitoring Support for the new Forwarded HTTP Extension Internet standard is now available. This is an HTTP extension header field that allows proxy components to disclose information lost in the proxying process. This is useful for identifying client IP addresses. For full details, see https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7239 A new check has been introduced that confirms that auto-injected real user monitoring works at a specified URL: http(s)://<your host>/rb_<ID>?type=check… read more