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Matthew E. asked ·

Can I run an ActiveGate on an ARM architecture?

With AWS releasing Graviton, I was wondering if the ActiveGate is ARM capable?
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Radoslaw S. answered ·

No, we only support x86_64 architecture.

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Are there any plans to add support for it? Would help with AWS infra running costs of the ActiveGate is why I ask.

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Currently there are no plans. However seeing Red Hat and Ubuntu start to support that we may consider that in the near future. To reduce cost you'll be able to deploy AG in containers this year.

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Matthew E. avatar image Matthew E. Radoslaw S. ♦♦ ·

That would be most excellent! Is this on a viewable roadmap anywhere?

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If I were you, I'd contact your account rep/sales rep... or Dynatrace ONE on the chat.


Here's one of the idea commented by our Product Managers: https://answers.dynatrace.com/spaces/483/dynatrace-product-ideas/idea/235428/allow-to-install-activegate-on-kubernetes-or-at-le.html

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