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Dynatrace automatically discovers, baselines, and intelligently monitors dynamic GCP workloads.
Dynatrace OneAgent provides full-stack monitoring for core compute resources such as Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Google Compute Engine (GCE), and Google Application Engine (GAE). This gives you deep code-level visibility and end-to-end traces for everything that’s running on compute services.
All metrics published to the Operations API (formerly Stackdriver) can be automatically ingested into Dynatrace to provide data for AI-powered problem detection and automatic root-cause analysis. Our Google Cloud Platform integration helps you stay on top of the dynamics of your hybrid cloud by providing a high-level overview of the GCP services in your account, distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy services.
To ensure gapless visibility, deploy OneAgent to your hosts and enable the Google Cloud Operations API integration.
OneAgent collects all relevant monitoring data for each standalone GCE instance and each GCE instance that is part of a GKE cluster or GAE. A single instance of OneAgent can handle monitoring for all types of entities, including servers, applications, services, databases, and more. Based on what it detects, OneAgent automatically activates instrumentation that’s specific to your unique application stack. The deployment requirements and options vary depending on the GCP compute service you use.
You can integrate Dynatrace with Google Cloud Platform for all services running in the cloud to stay on top of the dynamics of your workloads. Together with metrics, you get dashboard presets, predefined alerts, and Log Monitoring.
Google Cloud Operations API integration requires you to setup additional cloud native components in your infrastructure. Deployment scripts are open sourced on github. Once installed, the integration sends data to Dynatrace for the following services: Cloud APIs, Cloud SQL, Function, Datastore, Storage, Loadbalancers, GKE, and Pub/Sub, Memorystore. You can also extend the scope of monitored services.
To activate monitoring, [follow the setup documentation](https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/how-to-use-dynatrace/infrastructure-monitoring/cloud-platform-monitoring/google-cloud-platform-monitoring.
Use OpenTelemetry to start monitoring your Google Cloud Functions. With OpenTelemetry, Dynatrace supports end-to-end traces through Cloud Functions as well as performance and business metrics.
Many GCP client SDKs are already pre-instrumented with OpenTelemetry, which allows you to easily pull metrics and trace data into Dynatrace using trace ingest.