Please correct my understanding about the following:
What else is different between Dynatrace ActiveGates and Dynatrace Security Gateways?
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Your understanding is correct that these are the replacements.
It is just a name change, since it better reflects the functionality the flavours of ActiveGate bring. The differences between private and public SGW is the same differences as the environment/cluster ActiveGate as before (link)
You probably seen Guido's blog post on the matter which explains why we chose to change the names.
Hello @Gary S.
Thank you for pointing me out to the @Guido D. blog where I found the additional information about the “ActiveGate” e.g. this component, now includes AWS monitoring, Azure monitoring, VMware monitoring, OneAgent traffic routing, beacon forwarding, and execution of synthetic HTTP monitors from private infrastructure.
Hello @Jaroslaw O.
Thank you for the links. I had gone through with them before posting the post, because I wanted to have some endorsement from the other colleagues about my understanding.
i hope i don't misunderstand the concept of activegate
as i understand, activegate has 2 types, that is "Environment" and "Cluster"
i join a company that they already install the active gate, and i need to determine whether
the activegate is "Environment" or "Cluster".
Question: Is the term "Environment" and "Cluster" is because where activegate is installed regardless the installer binary (I assume this only have 1 type of binary), then I cannot determine which ActiveGate by using command line.
or actually "ActiveGate Environment" vs "ActiveGate Cluster" is 2 different binary, then there is a probablity that i still can use command line to check?