process group

Availability monitoring and alerting for process groups!

You can now configure Dynatrace to proactively alert you if any process within a specific process group goes offline or crashes. Dynatrace has also long been able to recognize the unavailability of specific processes as the root cause of certain response-time issues and other problems. However, until now, active availability monitoring and alerting was only available at the application level—made possible via web checks and real user monitoring. Now you can be… read more

Announcing Dynatrace log analytics!

Ever wonder why you can’t monitor application performance and analyze related process log files using the same tool? Dynatrace Ruxit now makes this possible! Dynatrace Ruxit log analytics saves you time We’re proud to introduce some seriously hot new functionality: Dynatrace Ruxit log analytics. This exciting free addition to Dynatrace Ruxit analytics extends your monitoring reach well beyond traditional APM data sources. Log analytics helps DevOps, Development, and QA teams perform their jobs quickly and efficiently. With Dynatrace Ruxit… read more

Enhanced detection for Tomcat, JBoss, and Glassfish

Some time ago we introduced the ability to detect Java process groups by defining Java system properties for individual Java processes. This option was previously only available for generic Java processes. Tomcat, JBoss, and other application servers were excluded because they have additional semantics (for example application server-specific cluster detection). We’ve now extended this feature to include Tomcat, JBoss, and Glassfish application server processes. To enable detection of these… read more

Monitored-service merging: 1+1=1

Ruxit identifies services in your environment based on the deployment units that it detects. Deployment units vary based on service type. For example, in the case of Apache web services, Ruxit looks for virtual hosts. In the case of Java web applications, Ruxit looks for web applications and context roots. While this approach certainly does represent your deployed services, in some cases it may be too granular a… read more