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February 29 th 2016

Working together just got easier! Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.3 enables teams to share web dashboards on-the-go, breaks up silos between full-stack developers and database gurus, and on-boards front-end developers with familiar analytics views for web pages and mobile apps. This release simplifies the daily life of your APM champions with full control of automatic agent updates in production, automatic load balancing of collectors, and enterprise-grade security compliance.

        Get 6.3 for SaaS

 What's in Dynatrace Application Monitoring and UEM 6.3?

Full-Stack Database Analytics for DevOps

Identify and solve the database issues that impact application performance! Find out if it's your code that's causing problems and learn how to fix database problems without running to your DBA for support. Available for Oracle Database and SQL Server.

  • Identify database issues out-of-the-box with the Database Health Dashboard: Is there a problem with the database instance? Is something else running on the host? Do you need to optimize your stored procedures? The Database Health Dashboard provides answers to these questions and more.
  • Execution plan at your fingertips: Take a pro-active approach to addressing slow SQL statements and see if you're missing an index.
  • See who else is using your database instance and understand how that usage affects application performance.

Easy Collaboration Across the Digital Business

Focus on the apps that you're interested in! Filter dashboards by application and see how apps evolve across longer time frames (up to a year). Web dashboards are easy to use and now easier to share with your teams. They can even include datapoints from multiple resources.

  • Make web dashboards your primary portal! Include multiple resources using HTML and JavaScript and embed resources using iFrames.
  • Easy collaboration! Dashboards can be shared and are now visible to all authorized users. You can even clone dashboards for easy customization of new dashboards.
  • Easy dashboard deployment! Hundreds of Web dashboards can now be easily exported to a single ZIP file that you can send to team members.
  • Better reports with improved visualizations! Improve your reports with new chart types that fit your needs. Gauge charts are ideal for percentages. Business-transaction lists show your top digital assets with a single click. And there's much more!

App and Infrastructure Insights for IT Ops

Whether in meetings or at their desks, ops staff need continuous updates about environment health. With the new web-based ops overview you can see hotspots at a glance, know what's causing the hotspots, and share your insights across teams to resolve problems.

  • See if problems originate in your infrastructure or within specific apps!
  • View alert notifications on custom web dashboards.
  • Make your dashboards available to your teams! Dashboards can be cloned and modified based on each team's needs.
  • Web dashboards provide customizable HTML and JavaScript! Make them the single portal you use to gain an overview of your environments and applications.

Real User and Synthetic Monitoring Seamlessly Integrated

Combine your business intelligence data from real users with operational intelligence data from Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring or Keynote. As an IT professional, how can you know the impact of business outcomes using Synthetic Monitoring alone? By integrating real-user and synthetic data into a single interface:

  • Web Operations teams can quickly identify availability issues that may not be reported in User Experience Management data.
  • IT professionals can quickly assess the business impact of issues reported by Synthetic Monitoring.
  • Incident management teams can visualize synthetic monitoring KPIs alongside user experience KPIs when reporting the impact of incidents to business stakeholders.

Open Big Data Analytics Made Easy

Use the power of Big data for in-depth analysis of your UEM data. The PureLytics Stream allows you to send UEM data to external data storage (e.g., Elasticsearch) in real time.

This allows you to make complex ad-hoc queries as well as blending UEM data with data points from other business intelligence software, like Tableau or SAS.

This makes it easy to come up with new insights, like if the latest paid search turned out to get more traffic and it helps to make decisions on future marketing campaigns.



Give Front-end Developers Insight They’ll Love

User experience management comes with several great improvements that make your life easier.

  • Use the Waterfall Chart to analyze the resource timings of your end user's page loads the same way you analyze timings using your favorite browser's development tools.
  • Automatically capture metadata like usernames, cart values, and anything else that can be identified with a CSS selector or a global JavaScript variable.
  • Adjust user experience thresholds to reflect your company guidelines.

Integrate iOS Apps with Continuous Integration

View readable stacktraces for your mobile crashes using the new symbolication service that manages iOS debug symbols and Android mapping files. REST interfaces and a command line tool make it easy for you to integrate the symbolication service into your existing CI process. Also the new Xcode plugin lets you inject the iOS agent into your apps with a single click.

Moreover, this release brings support for the latest platforms, including iOS9 and Android 6.

Understand the Impact of IBM DataPower, TIBCO EMS, and more

Monitor invisible tiers in your transaction flow and understand their impact without deploying an agent!

Just add the tier's host name/IP, server address, and a message destination in system-profile settings. No restart or sensor placement required! Dynatrace AppMon instantly visualizes the tier within the transaction flow and calculates the response time.

Container and Host Availability Awareness

The latest release of PureStack provides enhanced insights into the health of your infrastructure. Providing IT administrators with the option of assigning/confirming incidents enables your team to assign resources to problems and to track problem resolution.

  • Control your incident workflow to enable more reliable resolutions.
  • Monitor host-group health based on current host availability.
  • Receive alerts when JVMs encounter errors.
  • Identify agents running in Docker containers.

Collector Load Balancing, Certificate Management, & System Profile Templates

Enterprise readiness requires the right tools:

  • To prevent data loss, this release provides collector load balancing that automatically distributes load across groups of collectors. Newly added and removed collectors are automatically detected and factored into load balancing.
  • The new certificate management wizard enables you to apply custom or self-signed certificates across your entire monitoring environment. No manual setup required!
  • Clone and standardize your system profiles with pre-configured system profile templates that you can copy and modify.
  • Automatically update your AppMon server & collectors with the latest features and fixes without touching your agents. You can now hold off on updating your agents until later when a convenient maintenance window is available.
  • Control the version of each UEM JavaScript agent that is deployed per application and upgrade to the latest agent version following the next test cycle.
  • New server sizes are available: XLarge64 and XLarge96 help prevent data loss during peak usage times, even in huge environments.

iOS 9, Android 6, IBM Integration Bus, and much more...

This release introduces support for a number of technologies. For full details see System Requirements.

    • Mobile: iOS 9, Android 6
    • Application servers: WebSphere 8.5.5 Liberty profile
    • Messaging: IBM Integration Bus 10
    • Frameworks: Play Framework 1.3/2.2/2.3/2.4 
    • NoSQL & Big Data: MongoDB Java Driver 3.0
    • z/OS: IMS 14, CICS Transaction Server 5.3
    • PHP: API breakdown for Magento, Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla plugins, extensions, and themes
    • OS: AIX 7.2, Windows 10, Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12, and Solaris 11.3

Flexible Traffic-Surge and Microservices Licensing Options

Dynatrace AppMon & UEM agents aren't always used 24x365. Sometimes you need to plan for hard-to-predict peak-usage traffic patterns and other scenarios that require technology-specific flexibility.

Beginning with this release, usage-based licensing can be layered on top of any existing license to accommodate such traffic bursts. Usage-based licensing is as flexible as you need it to be; use it for an hour, a year, or as needed.

Microservices allow real agile development, continuous delivery and a small footprint with a scaling architecture. Therefore special pricing for microservice based JVMs is available.

Gain Insights into Dynamically Loaded Routines in CICS

Support for the IBM Language Environment runtime provides out-of-the-box insights into dynamically loaded COBOL routines and fetched PL/I routines for deep-dive APM on the mainframe. This release also provides an IMS tagging ADK to bridge the gap for proprietary technology. Besides these improvements, our z/OS solution now offers:

  • IMS MQ Trigger Monitor support for inbound and outbound requests
  • CICS MQ Bridge support
  • CICS DLI database support
  • IMS 14 and CICS 5.3 support

Benefit from the World's Largest APM Community!

For deeper insights, install great plugins for the technologies you use:

  • Nginx Plus Monitoring Plugin: Enables monitoring of your Nginx Plus environment. It queries the metrics that are provided by the nginx status endpoint and writes the metrics to the AppMon Performance Warehouse. 

  • Updated Database Query Monitoring Plugin: Now supports MySQL and IBM Netezza.
  • HipChat Incident Message Plugin: Send incident messages to a HipChat channel.
  • Magento FastPack: Provides deep insight into what's happening in your Magento eCommerce platform. Three different dashboards present relevant data for system health, transactions, and shop internals.
  • Elasticsearch Fastpack: Provides a plugin that collects various metrics from an Elasticsearch cluster and sends the metrics to a Dynatrace AppMon instance.

Forums: Dynatrace employees are now clearly tagged with "Staff" labels in the forums.

Common Navigation Bar: Navigate easily through all Dynatrace Community assets using our new common navigation bar.

 Upgrading and Getting Started With This Release

No matter your role or use case, the Get Started guide has you covered:

 Licensing Update

Fewer Editions. Simplified Licensing.

Beginning with 6.2 we reduced the number of available commercial editions. Production Edition and Pre-production Edition are all you need. The Test Center edition has been renamed "Pre-production" and the Development Team Edition has been eliminated.


6.1 and earlier


6.3 and later
Development Team Edition(tick)(warning) 1(error) 2

Pre-Production Edition
(formerly Test Center Edition)

Production Edition(tick)(tick)(tick)

1 ) Development Team Edition license for 6 or 6.1 still works 
2 ) Development Team Edition will not be supported going forward (contact your sales representative for conversion options)

General Information

Licensing is compatible with Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.0+ licenses, so you don't need to upgrade your license unless you are migrating from an earlier product version (5.6 or earlier). You can upgrade an existing license on your own using our eServices license management portal. For full details, see the license upgrade documentation

Following a license upgrade, ensure that your current license is deactivated. If you're using UEM, ensure that the correct amount of UEM volume is reissued in the form of UEM vouchers.

AppMon for z/OS still uses a MIPS-based licensing model but Compuware's License Management System (LMS) has been removed. Starting with the 6.3 release, z/OS licenses are now only available through eServices. IMS and CICS regions (sub agents) need to be listed as z/OS agents. Java and native agents running on z/OS are now also licensed through the Dynatrace AppMon server.

 Resolved and Known Issues

Resolved Issues

This release contains a number of quality improvements, including the following issues that have been resolved:

  • JLT-137446 Collector/Server: StackOverflowError when sending CPU Sampling from Collector to Server and the InheritanceMap contains circular entries.

  • JLT-140382 NGINX Agent: Prevent instrumentation of unsupported PIE builds that could otherwise cause a crash

  • JLT-127616 PHP agent: SoapClient sensor: While creating Dynatrace tag, do direct manipulation on '_stream_context' object from Zend internals.
  • JLT-138259 No connection established with zRemote servers after CICS region recycle weekly. zRemote servers go down and don't come back up.
  • JLT-137279 PurePath not analyzed because of time conversion problems (end time in the future)
  • JLT-137391 Data loss for Oracle, DB2 and PostgreSQL performance warehouses after network outage between server and DB host

Known Issues

While new product releases are tested extensively with all supported platforms and technologies, certain issues cannot be addressed by product. Please refer to our Knowledge Base for other workarounds and tips.

  • Due to a bug in Apache 2.4, HTTP status code 413 might be returned instead of 200
  • System profiles from product versions 4.2 and earlier must be migrated to 5.6 before they can be upgraded to 6.2.
  • MongoDB sensor can cause VerifyError on MongoDB 3.1
  • JDBC and Exception aggregation can lead to object churn
  • Rich Client may leak memory when opening Infrastructure Overview dashlet and others several times (e.g. in Kiosk mode)
  • Synthetic portal changes for the web client integration will be available March 11th.

 System Requirements & Supported Technologies

The system requirements and supported technologies are bound to the Dynatrace Server version. Although discontinued/unsupported technologies might work, they aren’t supported. Dynatrace features might not work, if not all components are on the same version.

Dynatrace Components

Dynatrace Agent

  • Supported agent Platforms and Operating Systems
  • Oracle (Sun) JVM, IBM JVM, JRockit JVM, HP JVM
  • 10MB disk space
  • DB Agent supports Oracle Database 11g/12c and Microsoft SQL Server 2012/2014 

Dynatrace Server

The Dynatrace Server (backend process / Windows service / *NIX daemon) is only supported on operating systems that support Java 8 . Only the included JRE is supported.

  • Windows x86/x64 10/8.1/8/7/Vista or Server 2008/2012 with latest service pack; installer (.msi) does NOT need a JRE; package contains a private 32bit / 64bit JRE 1.8 for runtime.
  • Linux x86/x64 with a recent kernel >= 2.6; installation requires a pre-installed JRE, v1.6 or higher; package contains a private 32bit / 64bit JRE 1.8 for runtime.
  • LDAP for Dynatrace user authentication.
    • Active Directory
    • openLDAP

Hardware Requirements
See the Deployment Guide for detailed hardware recommendations specific to your load.

Why should I go for XLarge64 or XLarge96? Click here to get more details.

Deployment Size1
Recommended Disk Space
Memory for Dynatrace Server
Memory for machine2
Minimum #
Dynatrace Collectors
VM supportAvailable as SaaS
5 Agents | 120 Transactions/sec
1.5GB + 100GB Continuous Session Storage/week
1.5GB2GB20Yes 6 No
10 Agents | 200 Transactions/sec
3GB + 200GB continuous Session Storage/week
3GB3.5GB41Yes 6 Yes
100 Agents | 1,200 Transactions/sec
5GB + 1TB Continuous Session Storage/week
6GB7GB81Yes 6 Yes
750 Agents | 3,000 Transactions/sec
10GB + 2TB Continuous Session Storage/week16GB 8)
20GB 8)1634 Yes 6,7 Yes

XLarge | XLarge64 | XLarge96
1600 Agents | 4,300 Transactions/sec

20GB + >2TB Continuous Session Storage/week30GB | 60GB | 100GB 8)
40GB | 80GB | 120GB 8)
2464 Yes 5,6,7 No

1 ) The maximum agent numbers consider a typical combination of different agents types (Java, .NET, host, WebServer, PHP, etc.).
In special circumstances, significant more agents are supported (e. g. mainly host agents). Please contact support for guidance and confirmation.
2) Required memory for the Dynatrace Server and operating system. If there are other processes running, then additional heap is required.
3) No virtual cores (Hyper-Threading), for Medium and above a clock speed of 2.6 GHz or higher is required.
4) These numbers are only valid for Java and Collectors with 8GB heap and 4 cores. For more details see requirements for Collectors.
5) For an XLarge installation, database partitioning is mandatory.
6) No over-commitment of resources (CPU, memory, network, disk) and no virtual-only resources that are not backed by dedicated physical resources.
7) The customer must ensure VM is equivalent to a physical box in all performance metrics. For more details see Guidelines for running dynaTrace in VMWare.
8) Includes 30% memory in addition to the JVM settings (Xmx,...) that the Java G1 garbage collector (used in >= large environments) needs.

Dynatrace Collector

  • Windows x86/x64 10/8.1/8/7/Vista or Server 2008/2012 with latest service pack
  • Linux x86/x64 with a recent kernel >= 2.6
  • Solaris SPARC or x86/x64 10/11/11.1/11.2/11.3
  • AIX Power 6.1.5/7.1/7.2
  • zOS Unix 1.13/2.1/2.2
  • z/Linux SLES 10 SP2+
  • HP-UX IA64 11i v2+

Compatible JVMs for Collector runtime: Oracle (Sun) JVM 1.8+ (included with Windows and Linux installers), IBM JVM 1.8+, HP JVM 1.8+

With Dynatrace we also provide different Collector sizes. For more information see the Deployment Guide. For a proper configuration of the Collector(s) environment, see Collector Configuration.

Deployment Size
Recommended Disk Space
100 Java / 25 .NET Agents
200 Java / 100 .NET Agents
400 Java / 250 .NET Agents 
50GB 8GB4

1) Required memory for the Collector. If there are other processes running, then additional heap is required.
2) No virtual cores (Hyper-Threading).

3) Small = Default shipped Collector size

Dynatrace Client

  • Windows:  x86/x64 10/8.1/8/7/Vista or Server 2008/2012 with latest service pack (certified)
  • Linux: SUSE / RedHat Linux with GTK (certified)
    As of 6.0 there is a 64 bit Client, so the 64 bit full install packages contain a Client.
    The Linux Client package dynatrace-client-<version>-x86.jar contains both bitnesses and requires a JRE 1.6 or later for installation. (A private JRE 1.7 for runtime is included!)
    Mac: OS X 10.7+ 64bit (supported)
  • 100MB disk space
  • 1GB memory
  • Minimum screen resolution: 1024x768px
  • The Dynatrace Java Webstart Client can be started with any Webstart compatible browser. 
    • Internet Explorer 8/9/10/11 and Firefox 31-44 are certified by Dynatrace. 
    • The Java Webstart Client requires a Oracle JRE >= 1.8.0_45.

Dynatrace Web

Dynatrace Web is built for viewing on tablet devices and desktop machines that have a minimum browser resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels (e.g. iPad mini physical resolution 2048 x 1536 vs. browser resolution 1024 x 768). More details for your device can be found here

For the best experience use the latest version of a tested browser: Internet Explorer 11, Edge, Firefox 35+, Chrome 35+, Safari 8+
Older versions of Firefox, Chrome and Safari will display Dynatrace Web, however, some features may not appear optimally.

Because the PurePath drilldown from Dynatrace Web to the Dynatrace Client is Java Webstart-based, this feature is not supported on devices running OS X. See the Dynatrace Client requirements for more details. 

Dynatrace Performance Warehouse

The Dynatrace Performance Warehouse uses a relational database to store long-term historical data. By default, Dynatrace installs and uses an embedded database for demo/testing purposes. Any production installation of Dynatrace must use one of the following database management systems with the specified version:

  • Oracle 10g/11g/12c
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2012/2014
  • IBM DB2 Version 9.7/9.8/10.1/10.5
  • PostgreSQL 9.1/9.2/9.3/9.4/9.5

Note: Dynatrace supports partitioned tables for high-load scenarios for all supported databases. For all Dynatrace installations greater than Large, a partitioned database is mandatory. You can find more details in Performance Warehouse Partitioning for Dynatrace.

To determine disk-space requirements for the Dynatrace repository upfront, factor 15GB per 1,000 persistent measures (of all system profiles within the Dynatrace repository). You can find more details in the Deployment Guide.

Dynatrace zRemote Agent

The Dynatrace zRemote Agent is supported on the following operating systems:

  • Windows x64 2008 R2 / 2012 R2
  • Linux x64

Application Environments and Technologies

For Third Party Software, Dynatrace will follow the End of Life (“EOL”) timeline announced by the specific vendors around platform support, which means Dynatrace will announce EOL for support of the specific platform once the provider of the software announces it and will drop support for that platform once the software vendor for that platform stops supporting that version unless otherwise specified in this section.

Supported Java Virtual Machines1

Oracle (Sun) JVM 
8, 7, 6, 5, 1.4.2 32/64bit

8, 7, 6, 5, 1.4.2 32/64bit

Oracle JRockit 
6, 5, 1.4.22 32/64bit

7, 6, 5, 1.4.22 32/64bit

6.0/6.1 5 64bit
Fujitsu JVM 
5.0, 1.4.2  32bit
Hitachi JVM 
5.0 32bit
7.0u55+ 32/64bit  











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1) Only bytecode created by the Java Programming Language Compilers ( javac ) from supported JVM vendors
2) These 64bit 1.4.2 JVMs are not supported by dynaTrace 
3 x86 and x64 architecture
4) PPC 32 and 64 bit
5) Only SAP Java Server VM 6.1.038 1.6-b04 on Windows and SAP Java Server VM 6.1.018 / 6.1.034 19.1-b02 on Linux

 Supported .NET Platforms


32 bit

64 bit

.NET 2.0



.NET 3.0



.NET 3.5



.NET 4.0



.NET 4.5



.NET 4.6(tick)(tick)

Supported Web Servers for UEM

Apache Web Server 
2.0, 2.2, 2.4

Microsoft IIS 
7, 7.5, 8, 8.5

IBM HTTP Server (IHS) 6, 7, 8, 8.5

Oracle Http Server 102, 11, 12

Nginx 1.4.7+

Windows (x86/x64)






Linux (x86/x64)

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(tick) 3

Solaris 10+ SPARC






AIX 6.1, 7.1





zLinux (s390x)

(tick) 4


1) Includes support for PHP 5.2 (Linux only), 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5
2) Underlying Apache must be version 2 or later.
3) The Nginx agent is only available for builds where the debug symbols are available.
4) Apache 2.2 only.

Supported Nginx Versions

Version 1.4.7 or later.
The Nginx Agent is only available for Linux builds where the debug symbols are available.

Supported PHP Versions

Operating System

PHP 5.2

PHP 5.3

PHP 5.4

PHP 5.5
PHP 5.6

Windows (x86)


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(tick) 1,4

(tick) 1,4(tick) 1,4

Linux (x86/x64)

(tick) 1,2,3,4

(tick) 1,2,4

(tick) 1,2,4

(tick) 1,2,4(tick) 1,2,4

1) mod_php (for Apache Web Server 2.0, 2.2 and 2.4) and PHP CGI (for IIS 7 - 8.5)

2) PHP FPM (fast process manager; for Nginx)

3) Due to technical reasons in instrumentation MySQLi not supported on this version

4) PHP threaded MPM is not supported as it is not production setup safe. (reason: PHP_TS)

Supported Node.js Environments

Node.js Version /
Operating System



N|Solid 1.x


Linux (x64)


(warning) 1


(tick) 2

(warning) 1, 2

1) Can be instrumented but is considered as an unstable / development version not meant for production.

2) >= Dynatrace AppMon 6.3.3 only

Supported frameworks:

  • http, https, Connect, Express, Restify, Errors

Supported Xcode Versions

The Xcode plugin supports the following versions:

  • Xcode 5
  • Xcode 6
  • Xcode 7.0 - 7.2

Other Supported Application Environments and Technologies

Servlet Containers & Application Servers

Databases, Connection Pools, and BigData Solutions

For DB Agents go to Dynatrace Agent section

Platforms and Operating Systems1

Servlet Containers:
C Apache Tomcat 5/6/7/8
C Jetty 6/7/8/9

J2EE (>=1.4) Compliant App Servers: 
C IBM WebSphere Application Server 6.1/7/8/8.5.5 1 
C IBM WAS Liberty Profile Core 3
C Oracle WebLogic 10/11g/12
C Oracle Application Server 9i, 10g
C JBoss AS CE 5.0.1/6.0.0/7.1.12

C Wild Fly 8
S JBoss AS EAP 6 2   
C SAP NetWeaver 7.3 AS Java4 
C Fujitsu Interstage 8/9 
Fujitsu Interstage 115
C Cosminexus 8 
C Glassfish 3.1/4 Open Source
S Virgo/SpringSource dm Server 2.x

C WebMethods Broker & Integration Server 8.2/9/9.5
C Sun Java Web Server 6.1
C Microsoft IIS/ASP.NET 7/7.5/8   
C Microsoft SharePoint
S MS COM+ Component Services for .NET 
S Adobe LiveCycle 
L other/proprietary Java/.NET Servers

1 ) only IBM JVM 7.0 on Windows & Linux
2)  not all JMX measures available
3) without Java EE 7 extension
4)  UEM not supported
5) only Fujitsu JVM 6/7 64bit

C IBM DB2 8/9 1 
C Oracle DB 1,2 9i/10g/11g/12c  
C Microsoft SQL Server 1,2 2005/2008/2012/2014
C PostgreSQL 
C Derby 
C ADO.NET data providers (e.g. ODP.NET)
L generic support is available for ADO.NET data providers
L generic support is available for any Type4 JDBC driver

Connection Pools: 
C WebSphere Connection Pool 6.1 - 8.5.5
C WebLogic Connection Pool 10-12.1 
C JBoss Connection Pool 5.x-8.0 
C Apache DBCP 1.0-1.4/2
C Tomcat Connection Pool 1.0.6 - 1.1.0
C c3p0 0.8.5 -
C GlassFish 3.x-4.x
C Hybris
L generic support is available for all J2EE connection pools

NoSQL & BigData Solutions: 
C Cassandra 1.0.x, 1.1.x, 1.2.x 3, 2.0.13, 2.1.135, 3.0.35, 3.3.05, 3.4.05
C MongoDB Server Versions 2.0.x, 2.2.x, 2.4.x, 2.6.x ,3.0 4
S Solr

1 ) JDBC Type4 drivers only
2) ADO.NET data providers
3) Java Thrift based Clients (Hector 1.0/1.1, Astyanax 1.x) and D atastax 1.0.2/2.1.0 - 2.1.3; 2.1.5-2.1.9 4 ; 3.0.04
4) Java drivers only, v. 2.3 - 2.13.x/3.0.0-3.0.2
5) supported since Dynatrace 6.3.4


C Windows 2 10/8.1/8/7/Vista 
C Windows 2 2008/2012 Server
L Windows 2 2008 R2 Server >  64 logical processors

C Suse Linux Enterprise Server 2 10/11/12
C RedHat Enterprise Linux AS 2, 3 5.11/6.6/6.7/7.0/7.1/7.2

C AIX 3 6.1/7.1/7.2 

C Solaris 2, 4 10/11/11.1/11.2/11.3 

C IBM zOS 5 1.13/2.1/2.2

C z/Linux 6 SLES 10/11/12

C HP-UX 7 11.23+


1) On latest patch/service pack level  
2 x86 and x64  
3) Power 6 and 7 architectures
4) Solaris SPARC
5)  no host health information available
6) OS390x
7)  IA64 Architecture

ESBs and SOA



C IBM WebSphere Message Broker 7 1 /8 2
C IBM Integration Bus 2 9/10    
C Oracle Service Bus 10.3.4 / 12c (12.1.3)
C JBoss ESB 4.12 
C WSO2 4.63 
C Mule 1.x / 2.x / 3.0 - 3.5 
TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks Service Engine 5.8.2/5.9/5.10
C Apache OpenEJB 3.1.4
L SOA Software Service Manager 5.2/6.1

1 ) On Windows & Linux 64bit
2) On AIX, Windows & Linux 64bit
3) HTTP communication only

C RMI / T3 
C .NET Remoting 
C ORMI (OC4J 10g R3) 
C JBoss Remoting 
C HTTP Remoting 

C JMS 1.1/2.01
C IBM WebSphere MQ 6, 7 
C Apache Active MQ 4.x / 5.x   
C Microsoft MQ 3.0 
C RabbitMQ2 Java & .NET 3.3.x/3.4.x
C TIBCO Rendezvous 8.3.2 - 8.4.3

1 ) On Glassfish 4 and WildFly 8
2) Client only

) Only for JMS 1.1
place JMS sensor on sender and receiver
no agent needed on TIBCO EMS itself

Web Service Stacks1


AJAX Frameworks for UEM

C IBM WebSphere 5.1/6/6.1/7/8 
C Oracle WebLogic 8.1/9/9.1/9.2/10/11g/12 
C .NET WebServices 
C AXIS 1.4 
C AXIS2 1.3 / 1.4 / 1.5 / 1.6 
C Hessian 2.1/3/3.1/3.2/4.0 
C Oracle WebServices 
C JAX WebServices 
C Codehaus XFire 1.2 
C Apache CXF 2.2/2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/3.0 
C Apache Wink 1.2.0 
C Restlet 2.1.0 
C RestEasy 2.3.5 - 3.0.6
C Jersey 1.15/2.x
C Spring Web Services 2.0 
S WebMethods Glue

1) Deployed in a supported servlet container or application server

S Hibernate 
S Struts 1.x/2.x 
S AWT/Swing/RCP/WPF/WinForms 
S Spring
S Applets
C Play 1 1.3/2.2/2.3/2.4 

HTTP Frameworks
C Apache HttpClient 3.1/4.x
C Apache HttpAsyncClient 4.0.1
C Jetty Http Client 6/7/8/9
C NING Http Client 1.6.x / 1.7x / 2.x

C Java Logging API
C Log4J 2
C Logback

1) Java only, no Scala support, no UEM support

UEM is compatible with all JavaScript frameworks,  automatic click detection is available for:  

S dojo: 1.6.1 – 1.10.41 
S extjs: 3.4.0 – 61 2
S icefaces: 2 & 31 
S jquery: 1.3 – 1.11.2 & 2.0 - 2.11 
S prototype: 1.6.0 – 1.7.21 
S angular: 1.0 – 1.51, 1.63
S mootools: 1.4.5 – 1.5.21

The following frameworks are covered with the basic XHR detection: 
S zk 
S RichFaces 
S Ember.js 

The following frameworks are covered with the jQuery sensor: 
S backbone.js

1Other versions of these frameworks will still work, but certain measures might be missing. The JavaScript ADK can be used to capture the missing data.

2) In certain cases the JS agent does not capture the correct end time for extjs 6 user actions if the promise API is used.

3) requires AppMon 6.3.19 or higher

Browser Support for UEM

Browser Diagnostics (with plugin)

OS for Mobile ADK

Compatible with any JavaScript enabled browser 

L Internet Explorer 7
S Internet Explorer 8+ 
L Firefox1 3.5 - 27
S Firefox 28+
S Safari 5+
S Chrome 10+
L Opera 12
S Opera 15+
L Embedded Browser
L Microsoft Edge

S Mobile Safari 4+
L Android Webkit 2.3 - 3.x

S Android Webkit 4.0+
S Internet Explorer Mobile

CORS Support:
S Safari 4+
S Internet Explorer 8+
S Firefox 3.5+
S Chrome 10+
S Opera 15+

W3C Resource Timing Support:
S Internet Explorer 10+
S Chrome 25+
S Firefox 35+
S Opera 15+
S Android Webkit 4.4+
S Internet Explorer Mobile 10+

1) only load actions, no special frameworks

S Firefox 17-35
S Internet Explorer 8/9/10/11

C Apple iOS 6 - 8
C Google Android 2.3 - 5.1
S Apple iOS 9+
S Android 6+

Hybrid App Frameworks
S PhoneGap 2.9.1+
S Apache Cordova 3.3+
S Custom WebViews 
S KonyOne on Android

Mainframe Environments

C z/OS 2.1 / 2.2
L z/OS 1.13
C WebSphere MQ 7.1 / 8.0
C DB2 v10/v11
C CICS Transaction Server 4.1/4.2/5.1/5.2/5.3
C CICS Transaction Gateway1, 2 8.1/ 9.0
L CICS TransactionGateway1, 2 8.0
C CICS MQ Bridge 3
C IMS  12 / 13 / 14
C IMS MQ Bridge 4
C IMS MQ Trigger Monitor
C IMS Soap Gateway4 3.1
L IMS Soap Gateway4 3.2
C IMS Connect API4 3.1 / 3.2
C IMS TM Resource Adapter  12 / 13 / 14

Releases that are expected to work but are no longer supported by IBM

L z/OS 1.12
L IMS 11
L IMS Connect API 2.1/2.2
L IBM WebSphere MQ 7.0.1
L IBM IMS Soap Gateway4 2.2
L IBM IMS Connect API4 2.2

1) EXCI and IPIC protocols (TCPIP and SNA protocols not supported)
2) WAS local mode configuration on CTG for Multiplatforms (not supported on z/OS)
3)  Requires CTS 4.2 or above.
4) Inbound only 

Support level: C = certified, S = supported, L = limited support

 Support Levels and End of Life Policy

Introducing a new support policy

A new and predictable End of Life policy was introduced with version 6.2 to better facilitate planning for updates and migrations.
End of Life dates are now announced together with release dates. New versions are fully supported for at least 18 months and support for critical production issues is provided for an additional 6 months (premium support required). This policy applies to Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.2+. Previous versions remain on the former policy!

Support level and End of Life overview 6.2 and higher




Full support

Limited support*

2018 October (7.2)October 8, 2018(tick)April 30, 2020October 31, 2020
2018 April (7.1)April 3, 2018(tick)October 31, 2019April 30, 2020
2017 May (7)May 31, 2017(error)November 30th, 2018

Jun 1st, 2019

6.5September 26, 2016(error)June 30, 2018September 30, 2018
6.3February 29, 2016(error)August 31, 2017February 28, 2018
6.2June 29, 2015(error)December 31, 2016June 30, 2017

*) Premium support required (severe production problems of monitored applications only)

Support level and End of Life overview 6.1 and lower




End of Life

6.1December 9, 2014(error)February 28, 2017
6July 17, 2014(error)October 31, 2015
5.6January 15, 2014(error)June 1, 2017
5.5 and earlier (error) 

Platform Support Changes

  The Dynatrace 6.3 release discontinues support for the following platforms and components:

With the next Dynatrace release (planned for fall 2016), support for the following platforms will be discontinued:

  • Dynatrace Bootstrap agents < version 6
    The bootstrap agent was designed to allow easy upgrades of Dynatrace agent code by simply applying an update to the Dynatrace server and restarting the targeted Dynatrace agent’s application process that the agent is injected into. Before version 6.x the bootstrap agent was mainly untouched. However due to customer suggestions to further enhance the bootstrap agent functionality, improvements were added to the 6 & 6.3 base (bootstrap) agent to enhance the ability of upgrading agents injected into applications with the Controlled Rollout feature.

  • Dynatrace Browser Agents for Firefox and Internet Explorer
    Due to technical restrictions imposed by browser vendors, we have to discontinue the use use native browser agents. In response we are working to extend our JavaScript-based agent (part of UEM) with diagnostics capabilities. So stay tuned for news on this in a future release. If you're interested in details, or you want to be part of the Early Access Program, please let us know.

  • Dynatrace Client 32bit (memory restrictions)
  • Dynatrace Server 32bit (memory restrictions)
  • Dynatrace Client on Mac OS X 10.7 (EoL by Apple Sep 29,2014)
  • For all Dynatrace components: LZO (Lempel–Ziv–Oberhumer) compression
  • Hadoop and HBase sensors, features and dashboards are removed (e.g. Hadoop Jobs Overview)
  • .NET 2.0 (EoL by Microsoft Apr 12, 2016)
  • .NET 3.0 (EoL by Microsoft Jul 12, 2011)
  • HP-UX IA64 (no hardware available by HP)
  • Java Virtual Machine 1.4.2 (all vendors, EoL by Oracle Oct 30, 2008)
  • Java Virtual Machine 5 (all vendors, EoL by Oracle May 31, 2015)

  • Internet Explorer 7 (EoL by Microsoft Jan 12, 2016)
  • Limited support for IE9, 10 (e.g., Impact Resource Timings will be removed, only basic metrics available)
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (EoL by Microsoft Apr 12, 2016)
  • JBoss 5.x (EoL by Red Hat Nov, 2016)
  • PHP 5.2 (EoL by PHP Dec 16,2010)

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  1. Anonymous (login to see details)

    In the system infrastructure sizing notes: please consider adding upper bounds for components where that is critical. For example, please document the max # of collectors that are supported. This is particularly important for the XL levels, where we max out at a count of 60 collectors and no more are physically supportable. We've run into multiple situations where people did not realize what the upper bound is.

  2. Anonymous (login to see details)

    For Play framework/app server support, consider being more clear in the footnote which currently says "Java only". Something like the following will help avoid confusion and/or miscommunication among those who are not Play experts: "Play support is limited to implementation of java actions (Implementations of play.core.j.JavaAction.apply())."