- PostgreSQL support is now generally available
- Added support for MongoDB 3.x
- Added monitoring and tagging of inbound and outbound web requests
- Added support for Varnish 5.1
- Better support for synth and pipe responses
- Added Support for Java 10 (OpenJDK, Oracle Java)
- Added Service tracing support for WSO2 4.6 HTTP framework
- Added Service tracing support for remotely called Akka Stash actors
- Added Web service support for Spring RequestMapping in RestController
General improvements and fixes
- OneAgent can be now deployed on Rancher OS and is supported for versions 1.1.0 – 1.1.4. We’ve also tested OneAgent to work properly with SLES (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server) 11.4. Please check our updated support matrix for all environments supported for OneAgent deployment.
- Support for OneAgent environment scripts for Java and nginx ends with OneAgent v1.139. These scripts are superseded by the generic
dynatrace-agent64.shscript. To learn more about using the unified injection script (for example, on AIX), see Unified monitoring of your applications.
- When integrating OneAgent into OpenShift application containers, you can now supply your Dynatrace environment ID and tenant token without rebuilding your application image.
- (Windows only) The
logfolder, along with its subfolders, has been moved to
%ProgramData%\dynatrace\oneagent\log. For details, see Where can I find OneAgent logs and files?
- We’ve added detection of Datastax Cassandra processes, which are now properly measured as reported in the respective process group.
- Improved logic for detecting Amazon RDS states. Service up or down state and its availability are calculated with enhanced precision and attention to the full set of scenarios.
- AWS support has been extended by one new region added by Amazon recently: Paris. This region is now properly detected and labeled in Dynatrace.
- Security Gateway is certified to work with Windows Server 2016. Please check our updated support matrix for all environments supported for Security Gateway deployment.
- Security Gateway installer for Linux now supports the
TEMPparameter, which can be used to indicate a temporary folder for Security Gateway use. This folder setting is retained during updates. If not otherwise specified, the default value for this parameter is