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IDE Integrations | Action Plugins | Monitoring plugins | Web and Load-Test Plugins | Knowledge Sensor Packs | Dashboards | Libraries and Add-Ons

IDE Integrations

Download your dynaTrace IDE Integrations for Eclipse and Visual Studio

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    AppMon TFS/VSTS Test Automation Plugin
    • Integrate AppMon in your TFS/VSTS builds.
    • Automatically set builds to fail when AppMon detects regression issues
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    Dynatrace AppMon Visual Studio Extension
    • Automatically inject the AppMon .NET agent in Visual Studio
    • Source code look-up in Visual Studio from the AppMon client
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    Dynatrace Eclipse Integration Plugin
    • launch applications with an injected Dynatrace Agent directly from Eclipse
    • retrieve & display the key architectural metrics (such as number of SQL queries, external API calls, exceptions and log messages) from your tests
    • perform look-ups of sources files and methods from applications under diagnosis in Dynatrace Application Monitoring
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    Electric Flow Action Plugin This plugin enables bi-directional integration between ElectricFlow and Dynatrace. It allows ElectricFlow users the ability to uncover performance issues much earlier in the delivery pipeline. ElectricFlow Action plugin enables closed feedback loop, where automated actions such as rollbacks can be triggered based on Dynatrace incidents
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    IntelliJ IDEA Integration Plugin
    • launch applications with an injected Dynatrace Agent directly from IntelliJ IDEA
    • retrieve & display the key architectural metrics (such as number of SQL queries, external API calls, exceptions and log messages) from your tests
    • perform look-ups of sources files and methods from applications under diagnosis in Dynatrace Application Monitoring
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    REST Monitor Plugin
    • Parses the result of an HTTP call and extracts one or more measures.
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    Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 IDE Plugins — dynaTrace provides plugins for Visual Studio 2005/2008 to enable Automatic Code Lookups from the dynaTrace Client, Automatic Agent injection when launching an application from the IDE

Action Plugins

dynaTrace Action plugins to e.g.: send Alerts to external tools such as OpenView, SCOM, ...

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    Email Report Action Plugin — The Email Report Action Plugin allows you to send the PDF version of a dashboard as part of an incident.
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    Extended EMail Action Plugin — This plugin provides more flexibility when it comes to sending email action alerts. You have full control over the email message that gets send and can also specify additional filtering options e.g: just send the email when the Incident comes from a specific agent or server
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    Generic Execution Plugin — The Generic Execution Plugin executes any configurable command or web service.
    It can be used as a Monitor, Task or Action depending on if a measurement should be received, a task should be regularly performed or a command/web service should be executed in case of an incident.
    If used as a monitor it matches the command's/web service's output against a regular expression and simply returns a success state if a match was found.
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    Growl Alerting Plugin — This plugin allows sending dynaTrace incidents to Growl over the network.
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    HPOO Action Plugin The HPOO Action Plug-in will allow you to call the HPOO REST interface to execute a specified work flow. Just add Action to your desired dynaTrace incident.
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    JIRA Action Plugin — The JIRA Action plugin integrates dynaTrace in your exisiting JIRA ticketing system. The plugin creates a new JIRA Issue for Alerts triggered by dynaTrace and includes detailed information about the Incident in the created JIRA Ticket.
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    Nagios Alerting Plugin — This plugin allows dynaTrace to send alerts to a Nagios server using NSCA. Alerts can be posted locally or remotely to Nagios. This plugin based on the jsendnsca java library and tested with Nagios, OP5, Icinga.

     Special thanks to Peter Szegedi, who helped me in connection with Nagios and NSCA configuration.

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    PagerDuty Action Plugin — Allows dynaTrace incidents to be forwarded to PagerDuty via PagerDuty REST API.

    Checks the API URL first using a GET request then processes the incident using POST.

    Version 1.1 - Now with auto-resolving incidents!

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    SCOM Action Monitoring Plugin — This action plugin enables pushing dynaTrace Incident data to System Center Operations Manager 2007 - 2012
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    SMS Notification Plugin — The dynaTrace SMS Notification Plugin enables dynaTrace to send notifications, such as alerts of incidents, via SMS to cell phones.
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    SSH Action Plugin — The SSH Client Action Plugin executes any arbitrary command or script on any SSH accessible remote machine. It can be used as an Incident Action plugin to perform some action on a remote machine as a result of an incident triggering.
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    Tivoli Alerting Plugin (dynaTrace 3.x) — The Tivoli Alerting Plugin enables the ability to push dynaTrace Incident Notifications into Tivoli.
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    Windows CPU and Memory Action Plugin — The Action plugin will send an email with Process and CPU information about a Windows System via PS Tools. The plugin is hard coded to look at the pslist command at C:\PSTools\pslist.exe on the dynaTrace Server.
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    Windows Event Log Action Plugin — The Windows Event Log Action Plugin enables dynaTrace to forward incidents into the Microsoft Windows Event Log.

Monitoring plugins

dynaTrace Monitoring plugins to e.g.: extend monitoring capabilities to include Apache, BizTalk, SQLServer, ...

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    AIX Filesystem Status Plugin — The monitor gets the filesystem percent usage via the df -Plk command. The user credentials entered when configuring the monitor must have ssh access to the remote server you wish to monitor.
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    Apache Monitor Plugin — Monitors the Apache server status page and parses the measures presented on that page. The results are returned as measures to dynaTrace.
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    Availability Monitor Plugin — The availability monitor can be used to test if a server can be pinged, and will also check to ensure that DNS and reverseDNS capabilities are functioning.
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    BizTalk Monitor Plugin — Monitors BizTalk Host Instance specific Windows Performance Counters for a specific BizTalk Host Instance. Extends the dynaTrace Windows Performance Counter Monitor.
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    Citrix NetScaler Monitoring Plugin — Retrieve statistics from a Citrix NetScaler service using the NITRO API
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    DB2 Monitor Plugin — The DB2 plugin enables monitoring behavior metrics provided in a DB2 database.
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    Endeca Monitoring Plugin — This monitor collects health and performance information from the Endeca dgraph server.
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    Exchange Server Performance Counters Plugin — These plugins extend the out-of-the-box Windows Performance Monitor Plugin allowing you to monitor key counters for your Exchange Server that may have the Client Access, Hub Service, Mailbox, Unified Messaging, or Edge Transport roles installed.
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    FTP File Checker Plugin — This plugin checks the existence of a given file on an FTP Server and returns the result as a measure value of 0 or 1.
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    Generic Execution Plugin — The Generic Execution Plugin executes any configurable command or web service.
    It can be used as a Monitor, Task or Action depending on if a measurement should be received, a task should be regularly performed or a command/web service should be executed in case of an incident.
    If used as a monitor it matches the command's/web service's output against a regular expression and simply returns a success state if a match was found.
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    Google Analytics Monitor Plugin — The Google Analytics Monitor plugin enables querying values from any website monitored with Google Analytics.
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    Grinder Plugin — The Grinder plugin queries performance values while executing a test.
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    IBM MQ Queue Channel Monitoring Plugin — This monitor collects statistical information from the MQ Queue Manager.
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    IIS Monitoring Plugin — The IIS Monitoring Plugin extends the Windows Performance Counter Monitor with pre-configured measures for Internet Information Services
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    JVM Monitoring Plugin This plugin allows you to dynamically gather JMX metrics from MBeans.
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    Linux Filesystem Status Plugin — The monitor gets the filesystem percent usage via the df -Plk command. The user credentials entered when configuring the monitor must have ssh access to the remote server you wish to monitor.
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    Linux Process Monitor Plugin — The monitor gets the process count via the ps -fu command. The user credentials entered when configuring the monitor must have ssh access to the remote server you wish to monitor.
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    Log File Monitor — The monitor searches a Windows or Linux log file for text or regular expression and returns if a new line was found, and the last line number to contain the regex.
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    Measure Simulator Monitor Plugin — The dynaTrace Measure Simulator Plugin allows to define a custom series of values which will be used to simulate a real Measure. This allows a dynaTrace user to replay certain scenarios and research the behavior of time aggregations, incident sensitivities etc.
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    Message Flow Statistics Monitoring Plugin — This monitor collects message flow statistics by connecting to the MQ Manager.
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    NGINX Plus Monitoring Plugin The NGINX Plus Monitoring plugin enables monitoring of your NGINX Plus environment. It queries the metrics that are provided by nginx status endpoint (ex. http://demo.nginx.com/status) and writes them into the Dynatrace Performance Warehouse. In addition, it contains example dashboards that show how metrics can be used in Dynatrace.
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    Oracle Monitor Plugin — The Oracle Monitor plugin enables monitoring the values provided in Oracle's v$ tables.
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    Paging Space Utilization Monitor Plugin — The monitor returns the percent usage of the paging space via the command below on AIX servers. The command is specific to AIX. The user credentials entered when configuring the monitor must have ssh access to the remote server you wish to monitor.
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    Rabbit MQ Monitor Plugin — The monitor returns a number of values associated with RabbitMQ. The RabbitMQ Monitor makes 2 initial calls to the RabbitMQ rest interface which gets the overview and node information.
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    Reporting Plugin — The Reporting Monitor executes the client-side report for the selected dashboard and either provides the result via email or stores it in a folder on the file system. It is executed on a Collector which is running on the same machine as the dynaTrace Client.
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    RunQueue Monitor Plugin — This plugin retrieves the size of the Run Queue from the specified host(s).
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    Signal Generator Plugin — Generate sawtooth, sine and rectangular wave signals, combine them and use them for educational purpose in Charts, Incidents or Business Transactions.
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    SOAP Monitor Plugin — The SOAP Monitor verifies availability, content, and access time for specified SOAP requests to ensure the availability of SOAP Services. It supports secure communication and HTTP proxies.
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    SOLR Remote Monitoring Plugin The Dynatrace Remote Monitoring Plugin for SOLR enables remote monitoring for applications using the SOLR Search Engine. The monitoring plugin accesses SOLR statistics using the SOLR administration interface, so no JMX access is required.
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    SQL Server Monitoring Plugin — Plugin which monitors Microsoft's SQL Server via PerfMon.  Accepts database instance name as a configuration parameter (if needed)
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    TIBCO EMS Monitor Plugin — This plugin will capture messaging-related metrics from TIBCO EMS.  The measures are composed of broker level measures and destination level measures

    The plugin also allows for splitting by topic/queue name when charting the destination level measures

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    Top Process Monitoring Plugin — The Top Process Monitor plugin enables monitoring processes consuming the most CPU Time and/or Resident/WorkingSet memory and stores the process name as a dynamic measure.
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    URL Monitor Plugin Community Edition — This plugin extends the dynaTrace URL Monitor plugin and allows specifying a timeout for connections
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    Varnish Stats Monitor Plugin — Varnish is a web application accelerator.  You install it in front of your web application and it will speed it up significantly.
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    Web Transaction Monitor Plugin — Allows you to execute a multi step web transaction script to be used to e.g: verify availability or functionality of critical web transactions
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    WebSphere DataPower Monitor Plugin — This plugin enables monitoring of the WebSphere Data Power SOA Appliance.
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    WebSphere MQ Monitoring Plugin — The WebSphere MQ Monitoring plugin enables you to monitor your queues and topics and relate these metrics to your applications overall performance.
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    Windows Event Log Monitor — The Windows Event Log Plugin will monitor the Windows Event Log for the existance of a given event. It stores the event details in a SQL database so that it knows where it ended the last time it ran so it's not seeing the same events over and over.
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    Windows Process Monitor Plugin — The plugin is querying the specified process on the given host(s) using the Windows tasklist command.
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    Windows Service Status Monitor Plugin — The plugin is querying the specified service on the given host(s) using the Windows SC command which communicates with the NT Service Controller and Services.

Web and Load-Test Plugins

Plugins and Extensions to integrate dynaTrace with tools such as SilkPerformer, JMeter, Visual Studio, Selenium, ...

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    JMeter Integration — This Converter tool updates existing JMeter scripts by adding the dynaTrace HTTP Headers to tag each request sent by JMeter. This enables dynaTrace Integration with Load Testing Tools. If you want to use this in your Test Automation check out this Tutorial: Integrate Web API Performance Monitoring in JMeter
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    SilkPerformer Plugin — Dynatrace AppMon fully integrates with Micro Focus SilkPerformer (formerly: Borland SilkPerformer).
    It extends SilkPerformer's capabilities by pinpointing the root cause of performance, stability, and scalability problems in application code.

    See the Dynatrace blog for a hands-on introduction incl. a step-by-step guide and screenshots.

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    Test Automation Samples Library Collection of Samples showcasing Metrics-Driven Continuous Delivery with AppMon Test Automation. Includes sample codes for:
    • Selenium
    • JMeter
    • SoapUI
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Knowledge Sensor Packs

dynaTrace Sensor Packs to jump start analysis for common frameworks such as SharePoint, Hibernate, Spring, ...

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    .NET LINQ Sensor Pack — Provides standard rules for Developers to analyze the internals of LINQ Query Execution
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    ColdFusion Sensor Pack — This Sensor Pack covers the major components of Adobe ColdFusion
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    Database Connection Pool Knowlege Sensor Pack — These Knowledge Sensor Packs can be used to help quantify and diagnose performance issues related to usage of the JDBC/ADO.NET connection pools and the time spent in the pool per transaction
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    MongoDB for .NET FastPack — This FastPack gives you visibility into the MongoDB queriees executed by your .NET Application
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    MS CRM 4.0 Sensor Pack — This Knowledge Sensor Pack can be used to help quantify and diagnose performance issues related to Microsoft CRM version 4.0 specific code
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    NHibernate Knowledge Sensor Pack — Provides standard rules for Developers to analyze the internals of NHibernate
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    PeopleSoft 8 Sensor Pack — This Knowledge Sensor Pack can be used to help quantify and diagnose performance issues related to PeopleSoft and Jolt specific code.
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    SAP (JCO) Knowledge Sensor Pack — This Knowledge Sensor Pack can be used to help quantify and diagnose performance issues related to usage of a JCO/ABAP calls from within SAP.

Dashboards

Pre-Configured dashboards for different Use Case Scenarios, e.g.: Load-Testing or Monitoring

Libraries and Add-Ons

Additional libraries for dynaTrace Automation and Add-Ons to external tools such as .NET Reflector, ...

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    .NET Reflector Plugin — The dynaTrace Plugin for .NET Reflector allows you to lookup code from the PurePath or Methods view. The dynaTrace Client launches the .NET Reflector and opens the disassembled assembly from the selected method in the PurePath or Methods view.
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    Automation Library (Ant, Maven) for Dynatrace — DynaTrace provides this Automation Library to easily integrate DynaTrace in your Continuous Integration or Test Automation Environment such as Ant, Maven, Jenkins, ....
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    Gradle Plugin — The automation plugin enables FULL Automation of AppMon by leveraging the REST interfaces of the Dynatrace AppMon Server. The automation plugin includes Gradle tasks to execute the following actions on the Dynatrace AppMon Server.
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    Jad Java Decompiler Library — Jad is an alternative to the built-in Java decompiler shipped with the dynaTrace Client.
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    JSON Reporting Plugin — This plugin enables dynaTrace Dashboard Reports to produce JSON Output. Use this Plugin to integrate Dynatrace Dashboard data with e.g: your existing Web 2.0 Portals by requesting Dynatrace report-data in JSON data format.
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    LZO Compression Library — This library allows you to use LZO compression as compared to the inflate/deflate compression used by default by dynaTrace. LZO requires less CPU but the resulting amount of data is higher.
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    MSBuild Tasks Library — Allows you to call dynaTrace automation tasks from MSBuild
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    NANT Task Library — The Download Package includes a .NET Library that implements several tasks to be used by NAnt scripts.
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    PurePath WebStart Launcher — This website allows you to launch the WebStart client and open a specific PurePath identified by its ID.
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