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Network traffic of Dynatrace Managed cluster to Mission Control

Hi,

Could you tell me how much traffic typically flow from Dynatrace managed cluster to the Mission Control?

Best Regards,
Noah Kobayashi

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Ugochukwu N. answered ·

Hi Noah,

This may vary but should not be of much concern as what is normally sent to Mission control is your Dynatrace Managed server events/ status information like server starts/shutdowns, added/removed nodes, and Security Gateway registrations. You can see the server events that are being sent over in the Events tile on your Dynatrace Managed home page i.e. the Cluster Management Console. See more info on how Mission Control works here

Thanks

NJ

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Hello @Ugochukwu N.

Can we have an estimated number in the KB/MB/GB as per your experience?

How much traffic will be used while pushing the updates of agents/gateways/servers?

What type of Quality of Service will be e.g. Law, High, Normal?

Regards,

Babar

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