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Does anyone know the customers who are using RUM javascript on CDN?

nkobayashi1
Helper

Hi,

Our customer is sensitive to the number of connections and volume of logs of web servers.

To reduce the impact on these by Dynatrace RUM, other than directly sending RUM data to their tenant (using CORS), they are considering to set RUM javascript file on CDN. The RUM javascript file on CDN worked as expected and successfully reduced the access to web servers.

Now our customer wants to know if there are any customers which have already adopted the same (RUM javascript file on CDN) as they always follow suite with others to minimize their risk.

Does anyone know the customers who are using RUM javascript on CDN?

Thanks,
Noah Kobayashi


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sebastian_kryst
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

You can always use direct injection of JS into page Dom (in-line js) and it will not be loaded via uri 🙂

About using CDN, it is possible but you will have to deal with redeploying agent after each configuration change. If this isn’t issue for you, it should work. One of our client was injecting agent from F5 because auto injection was issue for them. So in general it should work without issues.

Sebastian