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Requests generated internally by Gatling



Our customer performed a load test on a system under development.

The load test was done by installing Gatling inside the development server and generating a large number of requests. However, with Dynatrace, we were unable to find the requests that generated a large number of requests during the load test. Requests accessed over the network from clients were detected by Dynatrace.
Do you think Dynatrace can detect internally generated requests like this one?


Toshimasa Shirai.

T.Shirai IIM Corp. Osaka Japan

DynaMight Legend
DynaMight Legend

@Shirai are you still having this issue? If Dynatrace is deployed to the host that is being targeted as the candidate for the load test, and that Host is serving processes and services ten 100% Dynatrace should show you an increased load on the device, its processes and services where applicable. 

But this is only as good as your Dynatrace deployment. If the load test targets a service that isn't monitored by Dynatrace you might have little if not any information at all on it. 


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