Dynatrace Boot Camp
Learn how to find the root cause faster with automatic performance monitoring and observability in this Dynatrace training course.
Dynatrace is a premier monitoring solution for both simple and complex technology and computing environments. There are many use cases for Dynatrace; you can use it to monitor real users of your web applications, analyze log data from your infrastructure, or visualize your environment's topology.
Dynatrace also utilizes an artificial intelligence (AI) engine to process all the data it collects and helps it identify a root cause of problems detected in your environment. This can significantly reduce your mean time to repair (MTTR) and help improve your service-level objectives (SLO) and service-level agreements (SLA).
So, if you're monitoring data, Dynatrace can help you find the needle in the haystack. This training course will help you get started.
This two-day boot camp is designed to help you equip yourself with the skills and knowledge you need to effectively use Dynatrace in your organization or improve on an existing implementation. You’ll get a quick overview of Dynatrace and its core features. Then, you'll quickly jump into hands-on lab exercises to get a deeper understanding of the overall Dynatrace platform. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of how you and your organization can utilize Dynatrace to monitor and observe your on-premises and cloud environments.
Available formats for this course
Duration2 days/16 hours of instruction
Public Classroom Pricing
Starting at: $1595(USD)
GSA Price: $1485
Group Rate: $1495
Get the full details on this course. Download the .PDF Brochure below:
Part 1: Getting Started With Dynatrace
- What Is Dynatrace?
- Dynatrace Use Cases
- Cloud and virtual machine monitoring
- Log monitoring
- Real-user monitoring (RUM)
- Supported Technologies
- Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and other cloud platforms
- Java, .NET, PHP, and other applications
- Linux, Windows, mobile, and other operating systems
- Licensing and Costs
- User Access Controls
- User Interface Tour
- Exercise: Explore and configure your lab environment.
Part 2: Dynatrace Architecture
- Deployment Components
- Cloud (Dynatrace SaaS)
- On-premises (Dynatrace Managed)
- Deployment Scenarios
- Extending a Dynatrace Deployment
Part 3: Performance Data Collection
- Deploying OneAgent
- Managed Clusters
- Configuring ActiveGate
- Management Zones
- Network Zones
- Full-Stack Observability
- Exercise: Install and configure OneAgent with ActiveGate.
Part 4: Performance Monitoring and Observability
- Get Started With Application Performance Monitoring (APM)
- Transaction and Service Monitoring Overview
- Database Monitoring Overview
- Get Started With Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM)
- Overview of RUM
- Exercise: Define user actions in a web application.
- Overview of Synthetic Monitoring
- Creating Browser Monitors
- Exercise: Create and configure a browser monitor.
- Creating HTTP Monitors
- Exercise: Create and configure an HTTP monitor.
- Get Started With Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (IPM)
- Host and Process Group Monitoring Overview
- Network Monitoring Overview
- Monitoring Vendor Infrastructure (AWS, Docker, VMware, etc.)
- Monitoring Cloud Platforms
- Exercise: Configure monitoring for an AWS EC2 instance.
- Monitoring Virtualization Platforms
- Monitoring Containers
- Exercise: Configure monitoring for Docker containers.
- Service-Level Objectives (SLO) Monitoring
- Exercise: Add a new SLO for a web application.
Part 5: Performance Analytics
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) for IT Operations
- Automated Problem Detection With AI
- Manual Problem Detection With Diagnostics Tools
- Exercise: Analyze a database problem.
- User Session Analysis
- User Sessions Query Language (USQL)
- Replay User Sessions
- Exercise: Analyze a user performance issue.
- Log Analytics
- Exercise: Search for log data patterns.
Part 6: Visualizing Data With Dashboards, Charts, and Reports
- Dashboards in Dynatrace
- Creating Dashboards
- Creating Custom Charts
- Custom Chart Types
- Exercise: Create a dashboard.
- Creating Reports
- Report Scheduling
- Exercise: Create and schedule a report.
- Visualizing Topology With Smartscape
Part 7: Alerting
- Overview of Alerts With Dynatrace
- Creating Alerting Profiles
- Problem Notifications
- Exercise: Create alerts and notifications.
Part 8: Extending Dynatrace
- Exploring Dynatrace API
- OneAgent Extensions
- ActiveGate Extensions
- Third-Party Integrations (Email, ServiceNow, Slack, etc.)
Part 9: Putting It All Together
- Exercise: Configure and troubleshoot a .NET web application on AWS. You’ll install OneAgent and configure RUM to find a performance problem.
This Dynatrace training course is highly focused on lab exercises. It's targeted at professionals looking to do a deeper dive into the Dynatrace platform. Students should have some knowledge of how Dynatrace is or will be deployed in their organization and what objectives it will assist. Professionals who may benefit include:
- Business analysts
- Database administrators
- Data engineers
- DevOps engineers
- IT Operators
- Performance engineers
- QA analysts
- Security engineers
- System administrators
- Install and configure OneAgent with ActiveGate
- Define user actions in a web application
- Create and configure a browser monitor
- Create and configure an HTTP monitor
- Configure monitoring for an AWS EC2 instance
- Configure monitoring for Docker containers
- Add a new service-level objective for a web application
- Analyze a database problem
- Analyze a user performance issue
- Search for log data patterns
- Create a dashboard
- Create and schedule a report
- Create alerts and notifications