This page describes which capabilities are supported by OneAgent on different operating systems and platforms.
|Generally available and fully supported.|
Early Adopter Release
|Dynatrace releases a new OneAgent version each month in a staged roll-out process. New features are introduced in on an opt-in basis. Early Adopter Release features aren't feature complete, but they're fully supported and production-ready. Please provide your feedback at Dynatrace Answers.|
|These features are in the final stages of development and are ready to be previewed. Preview features aren't production-ready and they aren't officially supported.|
|A feature or technology support that is either on the roadmap or may be considered on-demand.|
|A feature or technology support that Dynatrace does not currently plan to pursue.|
Operating systems supported by OneAgent
The tables below contain information about the supported OneAgent capabilities for various supported operating systems.
|OneAgent feature or function||Windows||Linux x86/x64||Alpine Linux x64 2||AIX PPC||Solaris SPARC/x86||Linux PPC-LE (64bit)||z/Linux||z/OS|
|OneAgent SDK for C/C++|
|OneAgent SDK for Java|
|OneAgent SDK for .NET||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|OneAgent SDK for Node.js||n/a||n/a|
|OneAgent SDK for Python||n/a||n/a|
|Plugin module||n/a||(JMX )|
|IBM Integration Bus (IIB)||n/a|
|z/OS CTG and IMS SOAP GATEWAY||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Auto-update of all modules||n/a|
|Auto-injection of code modules||2||n/a 3|
|Universal injection of code modules||2|
|Auto-injection for containers||n/a|
1z/OS Java will be researched upon the availability of IBM Java 11. Support will be based on the feasibility and functionality outcomes of this research.
2Alpine Linux is supported in containers only. See Alpine linux and musl images.
3Global auto-injection isn't possible for AIX. Instead, use the universal injection approach, as described on the AIX OneAgent installation page.
Enterprise cloud platforms supported by OneAgent
The tables below contain information about the supported OneAgent capabilities for various supported Cloud platforms.
|OneAgent feature or function||Cloud Foundry||Cloud Foundry application-only 5||OpenShift6||Openshift application-only||Kubernetes6||Kubernetes application-only||Azure ServiceFabric|
|OneAgent SDK for C/C++|
|OneAgent SDK for Python|
|Auto-update of all modules||n/a||6||n/a||6||n/a|
|Auto-injection of code modules||n/a||6||n/a||6||n/a|
|Universal injection of code modules|
|Auto-injection for containers||n/a||n/a||n/a|
4Not supported for Alpine Linux images.
5Cloud Foundry app only also applies to SAP Cloud and IBM Cloud
6OneAgent deployment via container (OneAgent Operator) has some limitations compared to standard OneAgent installation.
7When deployed via container application
Cloud application platforms supported by OneAgent
The tables below contain information about the supported OneAgent capabilities for supported Cloud application platforms.
|OneAgent feature or function||AWS Lambda||Azure Functions||Azure App services||Heroku||Google App Engine||AWS Fargate|
|Universal injection of code modules||n/a|
Auto-injection of code modules
Auto-injection automatically injects code modules into monitored applications in a completely transparent and automatic fashion that requires no manual configuration or intervention. This approach to deep monitoring is supported for Windows (Docker only) and Linux. Among other things, auto-injection also automatically injects code modules into Docker, containerd, CRI-O, and Cloud Foundry Garden containers. This means that you don't have to change any container images on monitored platforms to gain full insights.
Universal injection of code modules
Universal injection allows Dynatrace to inject code modules into applications in a unified way across multiple platforms, in situations where auto-injection isn't available. This applies to AIX and Solaris as well as to Cloud Foundry application-only, OpenShift application-only, Kubernetes application-only, Heroku, Google App Engine and AWS Fargate.
The feature is described on the AIX/Solaris OneAgent installation page. It is also part of the Openshift application-only/Kubernetes application-only integration and the container platforms Google App Engine and AWS Fargate.
Outside of these specific use cases, this feature isn't to be used directly!
Any form of undocumented injection (for example, older forms of manual injection) aren't supported.
Alpine Linux and musl-based images
Dynatrace supports Alpine Linux based containers (musl based containers) on monitored Linux x86_64 hosts. This includes Openshift, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry installations and all forms of Docker environments. In these environments Dynatrace OneAgent automatically injects the code modules into the applications running inside the container.
Alpine Linux is also supported in Openshift application only and Kubernetes application only integrations as well as when pushing Docker images to Cloud Foundry and Heroku. This happens via the universal injection.
Dynatrace OneAgent doesn't support direct installation in Alpine based Linux systems.
OneAgent deployment via OneAgent Operator
- Auto-update mechanism of modules is disabled for container rollouts, however, the OneAgent Operator takes care restarting OneAgent pods to receive OneAgent updates.
- Auto-injection of code-modules is disabled for native (i.e., non-containerized) processes.
- JMX plugins aren't supported for technologies outside of containers
For a detailed list of limitations please consult the OneAgent deployment via Docker container documentation.