We have a .NET application that runs as a Windows Service (MyService.exe).
I want DynaTrace to let me know if that application is not running.
What is the proper procedure to configure this sort of monitoring?
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Are you talking about the service, or the application as a whole?
For service go to the .Net Service, and edit the anomaly detection. For application, It will alert you when there is unexpected low/no traffic.
Can monitoring be turned on for specific processes within a process group, or is it all or nothing?
This is always done on processgroup level. But you can organize your processgroups accordingly (e.g. to put one specific process - by parameters, cmdline etc. - in a dedicated processgroup)