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The final step to monitor your environment is to configure your application processes and webservers to load the Dynatrace Agent so that they connect to the Dynatrace Server. Dynatrace supports a variety of web and application servers and different technologies in heterogeneous environments.

Video Guides

In these videos we will walk you through a complete setup for typical applications environments either based on a Java, Microsoft .NET Environment, PHP stack or SharePoint.

Step-by-Step Guides

These step-by-step guides will walk you through connecting your environment to Dynatrace. Follow these steps closely and you will be up and monitoring in minutes.

For SharePoint please get started by downloading and applying the SharePoint FastPack


After you have connected all your web- and application servers you are ready to use and explore dynaTrace!

Next Step: Use and Explore