I would like to install a Managed on -prem server in an Unix based environment.
Could you please share the requirements specifications for a host to install the managed server?
Is it possible to use a SunOS 5.10 (Generic_150400-52 sun4v sparc sun4v) server for installing the managed server node on?
If yes, could you please share the memory and CPU specs for the same in order to evaluate the possibility for using the application host itself as the managed server node.
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I recommend you to reach your Dynatrace Guardian or sales team who can help you with capacity planning. Meanwhile you can refer below link which will give you an idea,
If you are referring to AppMon, follow below link,
Hope this helps!
Thanks for the prompt response. I have already checked the link provided and observe some ambiguities in the information provided. In one of the lists it says only about Linux OS systems being eligible for being a managed node server.
I would like to have some clarity on this compatibility of the OS before I decide with the capacity planning of the environment as this project is still in the POC stage.
So would appreciate your help on the compatibility context.
From the documentation, as you said, I couldn't see any support for Dynatrace Managed server support on SunOS. As I mentioned earlier, request you to reach sales team so they can help you.
In my case we are using RHEL distribution, so really can't comment on SunOS, sorry.
Hope someone here in the forum can suggest.