If you need to configure your own SSL certificate (see Install your own SSL certificate), you also need to create your own domain name for the cluster domain. To do this, you need to specify your public endpoint and modify your local DNS.
Invalid configuration of DNS might result in data mismatch or lead to cluster outage. No additional configuration is required beyond the steps outlined below.
Specify your public endpoint
In the Dynatrace menu, go to Settings > Public endpoints and enter the address you normally use to access your Dynatrace cluster UI (your own domain name).
Add records to your local DNS
For each Dynatrace Managed node, add a record of its IP address and your domain.
If you rely on mapping of host names to IP addresses, add
A type records in the following format:
Host Type IP
dynatrace.mycompany.com A 10.176.0.1, 10.176.0.2, 10.176.0.3
Additionally, you might want to add separate subdomains per node for the purposes of load-balancer routing.
dynatrace.mycompany.com A 10.176.0.1, 10.176.0.2, 10.176.0.3 n01.dynatrace.mycompany.com A 10.176.0.1 n02.dynatrace.mycompany.com A 10.176.0.2 n03.dynatrace.mycompany.com A 10.176.0.3