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Deep Monitoring of Heroku through Dynatrace

biswal_swagat18
Newcomer

- Wanted to do a poc on monitoring of heroku application through Dynatrace . Can someone guide me how to do deep monitoring of heroku application with proper document.

-I have tried to implement using Dynatrace buildpack , but unable to view full functionality of Heroku via Dynatrace.

- Its showing need to restart the process and the process is showing unavailable every time. push the code with build pack using heroku CLI .

-Heroku

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biswal_swagat18
Newcomer

@Andreas G@James K. anybody : can update me on my queries.

matthew_reider
Dynatrace Helper
Dynatrace Helper

Hi there. I looked in our internal JIRA and the only thing I found was some information about the version of NodeJS we support in the Heroku Buildpack. So perhaps that is the issue? What version are you using?

If you bump the Node version in your package.json file, to a recent version (12), this appears to have solved the issue I saw internally. If this is not the issue, I can keep digging.


[root@Testing node-js-getting-started]# cat package.json

{

"name": "node-js-getting-started",

"version": "0.3.0",

"description": "A sample Node.js app using Express 4",

"engines": {

"node": "12.x"

},

"main": "index.js",

"scripts": {

"start": "node index.js",

"test": "node test.js"

},

"dependencies": {

"ejs": "^2.5.6",

"express": "^4.15.2"

},

"devDependencies": {

"request": "^2.81.0",

"tape": "^4.7.0"

},

"repository": {

"type": "git",

"url": "https://github.com/heroku/node-js-getting-started"

},

"keywords": [

"node",

"heroku",

"express"

],

"license": "MIT"

}


@Matthew R. : version details has been shared with you..

Ok, next step. Can you SSH into the app and provide some logs?