I would like to know if there is a possibility to use from OpenTelemetry traces>ConfigurationData.find>Timing section to create Custom events for alerting.
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Try to use the builtin:span_responsetime metric, and split the dimension by span.kind, filtering by the resulting span service from your ingestion.
Check if this fit for your need.
Hi, in code for metric, you have spin.kind. And in the first screen health controller index. This means that you set span kind for health controller index? I cannot relate both screens together. However very insightful for me at first place.
HealthController#index is the trace name, indeed you will not be able to use it as a filter for the metric monitoring, but you can monitor the span service where this trace is associated with, and then, the monitoring will be done on all the traces.
I wrote the following but got no response:
I assume from my span: kind is by me "client". And Operation is "ConfigurationData.find", (where this appears by me as "HealthController#index" in your case) .
And by my app, only trace from OpenTelemetry is integrated and nothing more. If other steps should be done to get back entries from this query?
Plus: pure "builtin:span_responsetime" does not work, as well, any idea, what could be the reason?
How are you instrumenting the OpenTelemetry to get the ingested traces?
If you are using the OT instrumentation, you should see a service span type on your service list... but if you look closer, they are not services, but Custom devices.
This was added to the SaaS version 1.238, https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/shortlink/release-notes-saas-sprint-238#services-for-opentele...
not sure about Managed (found nothing on release notes)
So, if you are seeing those span services on your env, I suggest to try the Explore Data on Build mode, instead code, to make things easy.
Or do this, to make even easier:
applied this approach here. Instrumenting trace. and under services don't have span service in UI..
What is the version of your Dynatrace tenant? Is it SaaS or Managed?
188.8.131.5220321-160129 and is managed
The span services were introduced on version 1.238 (SaaS), not sure about Managed.
You can try to update the version to get it automatically or define your own manually.
Here are the rules for the span services that is created since 1.238 version: