Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 110

Following the release of version 110, here are the latest enhancements that we’ve introduced to Dynatrace Managed.

Improved load balancing capabilities for the user interface

With version 110, you no longer need to worry about sticky sessions when load-balancing the user interface. Dynatrace ensures that cluster nodes can handle all user requests, even when user sessions are initiated on different nodes. Also, multi-node clusters that use the automatic domain name and certificate management capabilities don’t require that you log in again when DNS lease time expires.

Improved event notification logic

To avoid frequent notifications about problematic hardware or network instability problems between cluster nodes, Dynatrace now employs a refined mechanism that avoids alerting for such issues (for example, short network interruptions that have no functional impact).

Notification of exceeded quotas

When the monthly or yearly quota of user sessions for a Dynatrace environment is exceeded, all environment users are notified automatically.

Guido is a Director, Product Management at Dynatrace with a technical background in developing enterprise software and monitoring solutions. Guido looks after a wide range of Dynatrace technologies, from OneAgent to the UI. He's always looking for ways of improving product usability and simplifying the complexities of APM.

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