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OneAgent & Security Gateway – Release notes v1.115

OneAgent updates Node.js Beta support for Node.js version 7. Please contact Dynatrace Support for access. Beta Support for Redis. Please contact Dynatrace Support for access. Nginx Added support for Nginx 1.10.3, 1.11.9, 1.11.10, and Nginx Plus R11. General improvements and fixes Support for musl-libc. Dynatrace now officially supports the monitoring of Docker containers built on Linux distributions that are based on musl-libc, instead of glibc. Most notably, this affects all Alpine Linux… read more

Now you can analyze Nginx CPU consumption!

Dynatrace has long provided monitoring visibility into Nginx modules via the response time hotspots listing on each Nginx service page. Now you can access this hotspot data within the global CPU profiler where it is now correlated with Nginx CPU-consumption metrics. To access Nginx CPU-consumption data Select CPU profiler (code level) from the menu. From the Process type list, select Nginx. From here you can either analyze the entire process group at the code level (see… read more

OneAgent release notes for version 101

ASP.NET Core (beta) ASP.NET Core support for .NET Framework 4.x is now in beta. ASP.NET Core processes that are IIS-hosted are monitored automatically. For non-IIS-hosted processes, simply enable monitoring for the .NET processes and then restart them. You’ll then see response times, method level details, as well as database activity for your ASP.NET Core application. Real user monitoring and Web servers IBM HTTP Server Support for IBM HTTP Server v9… read more

Code-level hotspots for Nginx web server

Some time ago Ruxit released code-level hotspot analysis for Apache web server. We’re happy to announce that this functionality is now also available for Nginx. With code-level hotspot analysis for Nginx you can answer questions like: Which Nginx module has the highest response time contribution? Which Nginx modules contribute to the response times of specific services and web requests? For response time analysis of both complete services… read more

Cool new stuff on the NGINX front

Although NGINX conf 2015 took place back in September, not a day passes without someone asking me to summarize highlights from the event, future NGINX plans, what’s coming up, and related information requests, so I prepared this blog as an update on “what’s up with NGINX”. But first, I would like to once again thank the NGINX team for organizing a fantastic (sold out) event at a a very cool venue: Fort Mason, San… read more

Proper configuration for running PHP on Nginx

When I started looking into Nginx, I was very impressed by the high performance of this lightweight HTTP server. But more and more I’ve become keen on the ease of its configuration. I have successfully used Nginx for serving PHP applications for quite a while, this article is about the lessons I have learned. I’m using Nginx on Ubuntu Linux, the installation is straight forward: sudo apt-get install nginx… read more

Easily Boost your Web Application by Using nginx

More and more Web sites and applications are being moved from Apache to nginx. While Apache is still the number 1 HTTP server with more than 60% on active Web sites, nginx has now taken over the 2nd place in the ranking and relegated Microsoft’s IIS to 3rd place. Among the top 10.000 Web sites nginx is already the leader in the field, with a market share of… read more