Quickly learn when new applications are deployed, or when services are removed
View micro-trends with increased granularity to 1-minute monitoring interval
Analyze performance delivered by the SAP HANA DB to the systems that depend on it
Speed time-to-insight with new Explorer reports
View reports using a faster, modernized user interface
Complement DC RUM’s “outside-in” transaction-level visibility with “inside-out” host- and process-level performance, availability and error metrics monitored by Dynatrace OneAgents
Migrating to new AMD architecture
AMD 2017 is available only in the high speed architecture.
There is no direct upgrade option to switch from Classic to High Speed AMD. You must install a new High Speed AMD and transfer your current Classic AMD configuration using the procedure described in our documentation.
If your AMD is on Red Hat 6 OS, migration from the Classic AMD to the High Speed AMD architecture requires an installation of either Red Hat OS 7.3 (or newer) or CentOS Linux 7.3 (or newer).
The new High Speed AMD architecture offers processing capacity up to 20 Gbps and comes in three different sizes: small (up to 0.5 Gbps), medium (up to 5 Gbps), and large (up to 20 Gbps). Direct migration from existing classic AMD to HS AMD architecture uses medium size HS AMD. If you are interested in getting max out of the new AMD architecture (up to 20 Gbps per AMD), please contact your Customer Success Manager as the AMD size large requires purchase of additional license.
Let our Support help you go through the migration process
Through the next 6 months, we strongly encourage you to migrate to DC RUM 2017 May release.
Our Support will be happy to assist you during the migration process. Simply open a Migration ticket to give our Support team heads up about your planned migration. Notification sent a week in advance would be just fine.
Staying with release 12.4 after June 30, 2018 still gives you access to product downloads, DC RUM forum, and all DC RUM Community assets, but there will be no further on-demand support nor service packs for that release. Also, by continuing to use unsupported software, you will not enjoy the results of ongoing development provided in later releases.
If you are not able to migrate to the DC RUM 2017 May release over the next 6 months and would like to continue with support for release 12.4, you can change your level of support to premium. See Dynatrace Support Policy for details.