To access Davis Assistant on the web, navigate to https://assistant.dynatrace.com and sign in using your Dynatrace SSO account credentials.
You can also access the Davis Assistant web interface from within the Dynatrace web UI—select the User menu > Davis Assistant.
Interact with Davis Assistant
The text field at the bottom of the page includes a Try button. Use this button to send example requests to Davis Assistant and get a feel for how it works. Select Send to send typed questions. See the example below.
Explore more interactions by navigating to https://assistant.dynatrace.com and selecting Interaction examples in the navigation menu.
Davis Assistant cards
The responses and notifications sent by Davis Assistant feature interactive cards. The cards deliver the same interactive experience across the web UI and other Davis Assistant integrations. Select any links displayed in cards to open relevant Dynatrace pages. Select any buttons displayed to get more information about specific topics or to advance through result pages.
As recent Davis Assistant interactions are stored locally in the browser, they won't appear when using other devices.
You can clear your Davis Assistant interaction history, which is stored in your browser's local storage, by clicking Reset chat under the input bar at the bottom of the page.
Switch your environment
Your interactions with Davis Assistant are based on a specific Dynatrace monitoring environment. Davis Assistant responds to your questions for the selected environment.
The currently selected Dynatrace environment is displayed at top right, next to the User menu. You can talk to Davis Assistant even without setting up your own environment—select Demo Environment from the drop-down menu, or select the drop-down arrow to switch to your own on the fly.
You can also change the selected environment by navigating to Configurations in the navigation menu and selecting Davis Assistant Web on the Integrations page. On this page, you can change the environment and filter your interactions using tags.