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Dynatrace Managed installation on Azure,

jose_damian_rui
Organizer

Hello all.

I would like to know:

- Is supported Dynatrace Managed installation on Azure ?

Many Thanks in advance.


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Radoslaw_Szulgo
Dynatrace Leader
Dynatrace Leader

Of course it is! Infrastructure provider is not relevant, but the hardware specification.

Feel free to use our quickstart from Azure Marketplace:

https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com/fi/marketplace/apps/dynatrace.dynatrace-managed?tab=Overview

Many Thanks Radoslaw S.

Only to be 100% sure, I'm looking for the official latency instances in the same region.

If maybe do you have this reference, will be great!

Thank you very much again for your valuable help!

Azure just mentions it's low-latency in same region - even between availability zones. From what I see at our deployment in Azure it's ~20-30ms for Cassandra writes and 10-20ms for reads. A bit more than what we would like to have, but I see this cluster is stable.

jortiz
Inactive

Yes, it is completely supported.

You can enable a Virtual Machine according to your monitored environment needs and to install Dynatrace Managed even to monitor servers out of Azure Domain.

Thank you very much Jose O.

Are there any limitations or constraints in monitoring servers out of Azure Domain?

Kind regards.

No, there are no limitations nor constraints specific to Azure.

jose_damian_rui
Organizer

Thank you very much Jose O. and Radoslaw S.

Additional concerns:

- If I'm not wrong cluster nodes have to keep less 10 ms of latency between nodes... is this condition achieved on Azure ?

- Are there any limitation or constraints deploying Dynatrace Managed on Azure ?

I really, really appreciate your help and references.

Many Thanks!!


This will help you to know the latency between regions:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/networking/azure-network-latency


For a normal deployment I'd rather suggest to use same region. Latency between instances should be few ms.