That's just the way our licensing model works - we believe that the insight that UEM gives you into you end user behavior & performance is valuable so we decided to not give it away for free with the server agents but charge for it separately.
Thanks Roman for your answer.. may be I should have asked about the UEM itself then its licensing model.. 🙂 is it nice to have UEM visit volume license or its must required for certain type of traffic or agents to work properly (give more detailed analysis)?
Yes - valuable insight, but cost prohibitive - especially if you have a lot of traffic. Dynatrace should just license the tool and let the clients worry about the volume. It assumes a large site with lots of visits is a commercial venture and they want a piece of that pie. (not always the case) Would much prefer to see a model where you buy the product and can use it. The agents themselves are reasonably expensive. It really has me reconsidering any further investment in Dynatrace.
I can only recommend that if you consider further investment in Dynatrace you discuss this topic with you account executive. They will be happy to work with you to find a solution that matches your situation.