With respect to Dynatrace Managed Infrastructure self monitoring . We see in CMC some points are mentioned with respect to getting emails alerts for tenants , infra and etc. We would like to know more on what all emails alerts we can expect from it , If their is documented page on this will help
I see below option mentioned in CMC email alerting -->
Receive notifications for all cluster-, node-, environment-, and account-related events.
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Yup, I am wondering if we can get back self-monitoring just like AppMon.
In my customer environment I get the below Silva ticket:
Megabytes Swap Space is too low, Description: The threshold for the Swap
Space\Available MBytes performance counter has been exceeded. The value that
exceeded the threshold is: 0 Available MBytes."
And I can indeed see that the UI is now loading slowly, yet in the CMC's UI I didn't see any red alert.
@Prashant S. I am please to share with you that for managed customers you are now allowed to have Dynatrace monitor your Dyantrace Cluster. Keep in mind, this is for managed only at this point! To do this you will need to reach out to support and/or your Dynatrace One Guardian.
Dynatrace will set up an SaaS tenant for you. This is much like their mission control but picture it sitting on top of your Dynatrace Cluster looking down into it. Some of the benefits to this is that you can monitor your Clustered nodes that serve up Dynatrace, along with the Activegates associated with your Dynatrace environment. One other cool feature is you will also be able to collect RUM data on these Users. This gives you the ability to report on the amount of users using Dynatrace, how often they access it, where they go, what they do, etc... Just like you see within Dynatrace in the User Sessions of your customers accessing your define applications. You can also set up email alerts as well to notify Dynatrace Admins where there are issues on the clustered hosts/activegates etc. Having Dynatrace monitor Dynatrace is very powerful as you will be altered to issues before they affect the infrastructure, be able to collect data for return on investment, as well as getting a glimpse of updates prior to them hitting your managed cluster as Managed is about 2 weeks behind SaaS updates.
This is how managed is set up:
Adding the SaaS Level:
@Chad T. We currently offer self-monitoring of Dynatrace Managed clusters on dedicated SaaS environments for Premium customers only. For Q1/2020 we plan to implement a dashboarding feature that will allow us to share self-monitoring data also with our non-Premium accounts. We do not yet have a definite release date though.
Quick update on the self-monitoring dashboard feature: we are planning to release in version 194 (June) and will start with a preview before going GA in autumn this year. Blog post and sign-up form for the preview will be published within the next couple of weeks. Looking forward to getting your feedback.