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melissa P. asked ·

Monitoring of Dynatrace Managed Clusters

Hi

We need to monitor the actual Dynatrace Managed Clusters. We are a 24/7 business and cannot rely on just the email or on our clients, to tell us when a cluster or node is down.

Is there a way that we can monitor this, maybe with the Splunk Integration? We just need to know whether the cluster is available or not & whether the nodes and gateways are available or not. We'd like to put this on a dashboard view so that our incident management teams can have the ability to view this quickly without having to sift through email alerts.

Thanks!

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Dante P. answered ·

What we do is exec the actual status and "health" check from an external app running curl every 4 minutes. Alerting if the result is not RUNNING, for activegates and cluster. For cluster we also run the \launcher\dynatrace.sh status.

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Chad T. answered ·

@melissa P. this actually exists, Ill create a document up today and attach it.

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Chad T. answered ·

we have a blog post in the works on this, sorry for the delay but stay tuned!

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Please can you comment again when the blog post is up. Thank you!

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Will do :) sorry for the delay

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