04 May 2022 12:30 PM - last edited on 05 May 2022 12:42 AM by MaciejNeumann
Dynatrace has an option for Cluster node capabilities,
where for instance certain nodes can be dedicated to UI traffic, or to processing OneAgent data.
My main idea is maximizing cluster node usage, while also bringing response times down.
Has anyone used this and have some practical advice on how this would really help? I imagine "it depends", but some factors come to mind:
Hello @AntonioSousa & @techean
Did anyone of you try?
According to the below statement, Dynatrace is disabling the Web UI traffic. My idea was to include more nodes with fewer resources to enable only Web UI traffic.
To improve DNS load-balancing performance, starting with Dynatrace Managed 1.214, web UI traffic is by default disabled when installing the 13th and subsequent nodes (or 7th and subsequent nodes in a data center for Premium HA).
The questions remain the same related to the hardware requirements.
Nodes in a Dynatrace cluster should all be equal in terms of resources:
Regarding the other questions I made, I have not got much feedback.
Thank you for your comments.
It is the documented thing. I am interested if someone has tried it personally. For example, why do I need to have the same hardware in case I just want to use it for the Web UI traffic when the number of end users increases to use the Dynatrace?