NET Core

Announcing immediate support for .NET Core 2.0

Microsoft has just announced the final release of .NET Core 2.0 and we’re proud to announce that, with the release of OneAgent version 127, Dynatrace now supports .NET Core 2.0. This includes support for ASP.NET Core 2.0. What’s included in .NET Core 2.0 support Web monitoring Dynatrace provides out-of-the-box support for ASP.NET Core (versions 1.0, 1.1, and 2.0). Dynatrace automatically detects deployed web applications and tracks all web requests. For each… read more

Announcing immediate support for .NET Core for Linux

We’re proud to announce the immediate Beta availability of .NET Core Linux! This includes .NET Core 1.1, 1.0, and .NET Core 2.0! We’re also very proud to include full Docker support for .NET Core Linux! Dynatrace is the first APM vendor to support .NET Core Linux with an end-to-end tracing perspective that requires no changes to your .NET Core application. What’s included Web monitoring Dynatrace provides out-of-the-box support… read more

Dynatrace supports monitoring of .NET Core applications

We’re happy to announce that Dynatrace now supports the monitoring of .NET Core (CoreCLR) applications that run on Windows. For .NET Core applications, Dynatrace now provides web and database response times, CPU usage, failure analysis, and GC metrics. Dynatrace can monitor standalone .NET Core apps, ASP.NET Core apps (behind IIS or otherwise), and integrates with Azure App Service (PaaS). All this is available with a single installation of OneAgent, zero code… read more

Monitoring .NET Core Applications with Dynatrace

This post was coauthored with Georg Schausberger. If you follow the development of the .NET framework you probably know that there are some tremendous changes in the Microsoft world: the cross-platform, open-source implementation of .NET, the .NET Core was released and with Visual Studio 2017 finally, the tooling for development also reached RTM state. So, the framework is RTM, the tooling for development is also RTM, and we believe… read more

Monitoring ASP.NET Core applications

One of the hot topics currently in the .NET community is CoreCLR and ASP.NET Core. As most probably you already know: Microsoft decided to create a cross platform, high performance version of ASP.NET, which they even open-sourced. What is ASP.NET Core? There are many great posts about the basics of ASP.NET Core, so in this post we do not talk about the programming model and the differences between… read more