Is anyone using the Managed self-monitoring dashboards described in the following link?
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The preview for the mentioned self-monitoring dashboards is closed and the customers will receive the corresponding links shortly. So to answer your question: right now no customer is using the dashboards from the blog post yet.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
dashboard tiles published in blog post mentioned above look great.
We are responsible for many Dynatrace managed instances in our APM service - then we would like to get it as GA or be part of prewiew.
I would like to see also user/usage perspective for Dynatrace application - in ideal case something like "DT Managed RUM"
@michaelwinkler could you give us an update where we are with this? The dashboard in the blog post 9 months ago already looked quite finished, what is stopping the move to GA?
The blog post didn't mention it, but I hope disk usage metrics are also included. I would love to see e.g. how the transaction storage usage has changed over the past months, so that I can better evaluate the LVM extend needed.
@ChristophHoyer @michaelwinkler To be honest, I think this should have been the starting point for Dynatrace. We're working on implementing Dynatrace Managed, and I keep getting surprised by issues - processes requiring a restart, disk space issues, you name it. For a monitoring solution, this is downright bad. How can we expect the users to have confidence in Dynatrace when we can't even monitor the basics of Dynatrace itself? This really needs to be done FAST. We're very happy with the information we're getting from Dynatrace, our users are very eager to start using it for real, but this is becoming a real threat to that success. It's coming to the point where I am starting to create Dynatrace monitoring in SCOM, just to keep from firefighting.
IMO it will be a good idea also to add information regrading DTMC sizeing to those dashboards.
As version 0.1 of this, I'd be happy to just see the Managed cluster node CPU/mem/disk utilization graphs. It feels a bit unnecessary to ask for that information from elsewhere, like Dynatrace support/chat or checking via Patrol etc., when I know that OneAgent is there and the monitoring data already exists.
Well, yes... Though there's still no way to see data from the OneAgents running on Managed cluster nodes, i.e. node-specific CPU, memory and disk utilization. I'm especially interested in following the transaction storage usage trend.