Azure Container Apps is part of Container Services.
To monitor basic metrics, you can use, for example, https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/shortlink/azure-container-instances
It's worth verifying that you can install OA on the container as you can with AKS 🙂
@shawnz88 I have been keeping my eye on this topic for a while.
You can bake the oneagent into your dockerBuild file to get service level insights and the rest of the OA feature set
As for monitoring the ACA infrastructure/runtime this has been asked of from both Microsoft and Dynatrace. Currently the Azure set of Dynatrace, last I checked, didn't have the option to pull in the MS telemetry for the underlying ACA-Env/containers. I am also not sure how it will deal with logging as the default is to ship them to a Log analytics workspace.
You can monitor it by installing the OA inside of the container (dockerfile), but there are some limitations / challenges.
Monaco could be a possible solution to keep your config, but I still need to test this.
An other possible solution is executing a custom script in you pipeline after container deployment to set settings (using dynatrace API) .