Dynatrace supports full-stack monitoring for Cloud Foundry (i.e., monitoring the application layer as well as the infrastructure layer) through the Dynatrace OneAgent BOSH Release, which allows you to deploy OneAgent to your Cloud Foundry cluster VMs, including Diego cells, Cloud Controller, router and others.
Follow the deployment instructions to enable full stack monitoring of Cloud Foundry via the Dynatrace OneAgent BOSH release.
Full-stack monitoring enabled by the OneAgent BOSH release offers the following benefits:
- Cloud Foundry foundation-health monitoring for facilitating platform and resource optimization
- Monitoring insights into all Cloud Foundry components, including Gorouters, Diego cells, Auctioneers, and more
- Health metrics for each Cloud Foundry VM, including Memory usage, CPU usage, Disk space usage, and Network IO
- Automatic monitoring of Cloud Foundry applications, down to the code and query level, thanks to built-in auto-injection for Garden-runC Linux and Winc Windows Server containers.
- Automatic distributed service tracing, which provides an overview of the health of your entire microservices architecture
Please note, to benefit from Cloud Foundry application monitoring down to the code and query level, you need to enable Garden and Winc container monitoring by going to Settings > Process and containers > Container monitoring. In the Automatic container injection for deep monitoring section, scroll down and enable the Garden containers as well as the Winc for Windows Server containers switches.