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Define default version of OneAgent for new installations

One of the great things of platform-as-a-service environments like Cloud Foundry, Azure, or OpenShift is their ability to automatically scale your applications. For instance, you can add more application instances to handle increased traffic…
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Dynatrace Managed feature update, version 126

Improved LDAP integration To improve support for large LDAP directories, we’ve changed how we handle groups and users in LDAP. For Dynatrace installations that are migrated from earlier versions, we now only show those LDAP groups that…
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Automate push of 3rd-party events into Dynatrace problem analysis

Dynatrace monitoring is now an integral component of many DevOps teams’ tool chains. No matter if you’re triggering a load test or pushing a new deployment into production, Dynatrace offers the right APIs for ensuring the stability…
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Introducing fully automated support for Go-based application monitoring

We’re proud to announce the immediate beta availability of Dynatrace OneAgent for Go, the open-source programming language. This is the industry’s first auto-instrumenting monitoring solution available for Go-based applications.…
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Introducing Varnish cache monitoring

We’re happy to announce the public beta release of Varnish cache monitoring for Dynatrace. Varnish Cache is an HTTP accelerator that’s designed for dynamic, content-heavy web sites as well as heavily-consumed APIs. During the public…
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New menu entry point for web checks & synthetic availability monitoring

We’re currently working on significant enhancements to our synthetic availability monitoring options. Clickpath web checks and availability web checks will soon be complemented by powerful new synthetic monitoring options that you can…
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Request attributes: Java method argument capture is now supported

Dynatrace recently introduced request attributes, a valuable new service-monitoring feature that enables fine-grain service filtering and performance analysis. By defining request attributes for your service’s requests, you can enable…
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Real user monitoring: Support for Fetch API is now available

During the dawn of the web 2.0 era, back when web sites first began to evolve into the dynamic web applications that we know today, asynchronous web requests were sent via the XMLHttpRequest (XHR) API (commonly known as Ajax). Within the past…
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Easily configure detection of your environment’s custom application services

We’ve simplified the process for defining and managing custom-service monitoring in your environment. Custom services are application services that can’t be detected by Dynatrace out-of-the-box because they’re built on non-standard…