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davide s. asked ·

Rollout OneAgent on OpenShift cluster

Hello everybody,

I would just call your experience for confirmation as I'm planning to rollout dynatrace OneAgent on OpenShift environment.

If I understood correctly I need just to do these actions:

1) deploy OneAgent Operator on a node of my cluster

2) deploy OneAgent on a node of my cluster

These two action are enough to deploy oneagent widely on all nodes of my cluster so I can't deploy oneagent manually at all.

Am I thinking correctly?

Thank you guys

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Ugochukwu N. answered ·

Hi Davide,

For monitoring your OpenShift cluster, you can either deploy the OneAgent on each node of your OpenShift cluster OR (not AND) go the Operator route. You should not need to do both. Either of the 2 options alone should be fine. The only thing you should be aware of are the limitations going the Operator route rather than deploying the OneAgent to every node of your cluster. See here for more on this.

Also other details to consider



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