Security Gateway

Linux Security Gateway settings now persisted during updates

Custom configurations of Security Gateway on Linux are now automatically persisted during version updates—so there’s no longer a need to re-enter configuration settings following updates. This enhancement applies to the following settings: proxy-server proxy-port proxy-scheme proxy-user proxy-password port-ssl=9999 dnsEntryPoint ec2InternalDomain fileskeystore.jks and trusted.jsk Here’s an example of a custom Security Gateway configuration on Linux. Security Gateway config files are stored at /var/lib/dynatace/gateway/config/read more

OneAgent & Security Gateway release notes for version 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

Manage Security Gateway and OneAgent installations from a single location

The Deployment status page enables you to check the status and version of all the Dynatrace OneAgents installed on the hosts in your environment. Now, with the latest release of Dynatrace, you can also manage your Security Gateways from the Deployment status page (Security Gateways were previously listed at Settings > Monitoring overview). To access the Security Gateway list Open the navigation menu. Select Deployment status. The Deployment status page shows you at … read more