Dynatrace aims to provide prompt roll-out of new OneAgent versions and enable full-stack monitoring for new releases of Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) / Pivotal Application Service (PAS) in as timely a manner as possible.
Pivotal supports N, N-1, and N-2 releases of PCF PAS. You can find further details in Pivotal's support policy.
For each new PCF PAS version release, we intend to add support within a month of release by Pivotal. These releases will be announced in the OneAgent and ActiveGate release notes.
Dynatrace follows Pivotal's support model, though we will support each PCF PAS version for at least 3 months longer than Pivotal, to give you enough time for upgrades. For details, consult end of support announcements for OneAgent.
|PCF PAS version||Released by Pivotal||EOS by Pivotal||First supported OneAgent version||Supported by Dynatrace until||Minimum required BOSH Release version|
|2.1.x||Mar 28, 2018||Dec 31, 2018||n/a||Mar 2019||Version 1.0.4+|
|2.2.x||Jul 5, 2018||Apr 30, 2019||n/a||Jul 2019||Version 1.0.4+|
|2.3.x||Sep 24, 2018||Jun 30, 2019||OneAgent version 1.157||Sep 2019||Version 1.1.0+|
|2.4.x||Dec 19, 2018||Sep 30, 2019||OneAgent version 1.157||Dec 2019||Version 1.1.0+|
|2.4.4||Mar 3, 2019||Sep 30, 2019||OneAgent version 1.161||Dec 2019||Version 1.1.0+|
Note: PCF PAS version 2.3.x is the first version for which we explicitly list a first supported OneAgent version. Note that all of the above-listed PCF PAS versions have been verified with different OneAgent versions.
Note that the Dynatrace OneAgent BOSH Release doesn't contain the OneAgent installer. Instead the installer is downloaded from your Dynatrace environment during the release deployment. We recommend that you use the latest release of the Dynatrace OneAgent BOSH add-on because it contains the latest improvements, however, we've also listed the minimum required BOSH Release versions per PCF PAS version above.
Note that Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty) stemcells will reach end-of-support by Pivotal in April 2019. Use Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial) stemcells instead. Using supported stemcells is necessary to avoid exposure to security vulnerabilities.