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dynaTrace 5.

6 Release Notes
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Compuware is proud to present powered by dynaTrace. Compuware APM Application Monitoring and User Experience Management 5.6

Highlights:
1. Enterprise Grade UEM for Your Mobile Offerings
2.UEM for the Web: Easier and Optimized
3.Pinpoint Bottlenecks in Big Data Environments
4. Improved Visibility Into Your PHP Applications
5. Easier Rollout and Safer Administration
6. PurePath for zOS
7. Leading Edge Technology Support
dynaTrace 5.6 also includes:
Implemented Enhancement Requests
Additional Improvements and Changes
News from the APM Community
Resolved Issues
Known Issues
Additional Information and Software and Hardware Requirements
Supported Java Virtual Machines
Supported .NET Platforms
Supported Web Servers for UEM
Supported Application Environments
Supported Browsers for Web Start
dynaTrace Support Levels and End of Life Policy

Migrate to dynaTrace 5.6 Today!



dynaTrace 5.6 Documentation
1. Enterprise Grade UEM for Your Mobile Offerings
There are different ways for your users to interact with your system. Besides using on their desktops, they may also traditional web applications
use or on one or more mobile devices. dynaTrace provides a for mobile apps mobile web sites single user experience management solution
all these scenarios, helping you to meet your end users' expectations.
Mobile App ADK
An Industry First: Hybrid Mobile App Support
Many vendors rely on like PhoneGap to build a single HTML5 and JavaScript based mobile app that runs on multiple hybrid app frameworks
platforms and leverages all device capabilities. The drawback to this approach is obvious: Web technologies bring additional risk of performance
problems, making user experience management even more important.
The Mobile App ADK provides an easy-to-use JavaScript interface for monitoring user actions within the WebView control. All web requests are
tagged automatically. Moreover, the Mobile App ADK is now fully integrated with the JavaScript agent , so page actions that occur within a
WebView are now merged with other mobile actions into the mobile visit.
Mobile App Monitoring Without Code Changes
Auto-Instrumentation for Android (soon also available for iOS) offers an easy means of injecting the Mobile App ADK into your existing apps. It re
by automatically adding the instrumentation for lifecycle actions and network request tagging. duces the complexity of manual instrumentation
It even gives you the power to instrument apps that were created by without touching the source code. If you develop your app 3 party vendors
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in-house, thats even better: auto-Instrumentation fits perfectly into your application lifecycle.
Auto-Instrumentation for Android
Get to the Root Cause of Crashes and Errors
Crash reporting is not enough. Every developer knows that there are many conditions that may not crash an app yet still pose problems. The
Mobile App ADK lets you capture exceptions and errors that may indicate that something is going wrong, regardless of whether or not your app
handles them without crashing.
When it comes down to analyzing crashes and errors, dynaTrace tells you exactly what the user did in the moments leading up to the error.
Would you like to know if those users that experience crashes are on or ? The Mobile App ADK captures this jailbroken rooted devices
information along with a rich set of other attributes like application version and screen orientation.
Crash reports on iOS are most valuable when they are properly . The iOS ADK now supports on-device-symbolication and even symbolicated int
like HockeyApp. egrates with other crash reporting tools
Understand Network and Server Impact on Mobile Applications
Ever wonder where latency originates from when a user waits for a mobile action to complete? The Mobile App ADK measures the time spent
waiting for network requests from the application side, while the web server agent measures the same request from the server side, helping you
to understand the impact that network and server side performance has on your user experience.
The breakdown of client, network, and server wait times for web applications has also been improved to be consistent with the new visualization
for mobile applications, assuring that you have . comparable metrics across web and mobile users
2.UEM for the Web: Easier and Optimized
Improved Out-of-the-Box Experience
dynaTrace 5.6 comes with pre-configured business transactions that let you monitor the response times of your user actions. Timings are divided
intuitively by client type and action name. The UEM have also been to make setup easier. Also, if for some configuration dialogs reworked
reason you cannot install a web server agent, the will help you configure the JavaScript agent to your needs and add it manual injection wizard
to your web application.
User Experience
Management Overview
UEM for ASP.NET
Applications
UEM for Java Web
Applications
First Steps with PurePath for
PHP
Ensure That Your CDN Does What You're Paying Them to Do
dynaTrace lets you distinguish between 3 party requests and requests that were sent to your content delivery network, providing you with the
rd
insight you need to confirm that your CDN investment is making a difference. Simply configure the domains of your CDN to automatically identify
any problems.
Improved JavaScript Agent Uses Less Overhead and Bandwidth
The of the JavaScript Agent has been compared to the previous release, which will help you save bandwidth. Also, an size reduced by 30% over
for complex pages with a high number of DOM elements ensures that the JavaScript Agent won't impact user head reduction of up to 70%
experience, even with extremely complex pages.
An often requested improvement is the sending of captured data within the of the signal. This feature is now POST BODY dynaTraceMonitor
enabled by default, but it can be disabled if necessary, for example for web servers. IIS 6
The Best of Both Worlds: Leverage dynaTrace UEM with DC-RUM
With the new UEM integration of dynaTrace and DC-RUM, you can now enrich the passive network-protocol analysis-based information provided
by DC-RUM with the agent-based information collected by dynaTrace. dynaTrace UEM data is integrated into the DC-RUM Central Analysis
Server and user actions are assigned to the business hierarchy. This provides another monitoring perspective that supplements DC-RUM with:
CDN and third-party content impact on performance
Web 2.0 (XHR calls), AJAX readiness
Visit recognition
W3C navigation timing metrics
Perceived Render Time

3.Pinpoint Bottlenecks in Big Data Environments


With the newest release of dynaTrace we further and ease of analyzing your deployments. New with the latest expand the insight Hadoop
release is a Hadoop-focused dashboard that displays the core information of any Hadoop cluster: and . It delivers a quick overview of Jobs Tasks
the performance of different jobs in relation to users running jobs and the time it takes to complete jobs.
As such its a great starting point for getting to the root cause of performance issues. With this release we've made it even easier to drill down to
hotspots or, when necessary, to the method level to detect the root cause of slow or failing jobs. Basically we allow you to slice and dice your
Hadoop cluster anyway you want, be it , HDFS behavior, or any other Hadoop related metric. job distribution cluster utilization,
Visualize Tasks and Users in Real-time
Just monitoring Hadoop processes and daemons is not enough. With direct correlation of map and reduce tasks and their related JVMs to the use
, , , and driving those JVMs, we allow you to directly analyze who and what is utilizing your cluster resources, empowering rs pools queues jobs
you to manage consumption and even build charge-back models for your Hadoop environment.
Hadoop MapReduce
Ensure Optimum HDFS Locality
Two of the major advantages of Hadoop and HDFS are that the data that needs to be processed is stored closely to where processing occurs and
that HDFS breaks large data sets down into small pieces and distributes them across your cluster. This is great, but how can you ensure that the
distribution is optimal? How can you identify the pieces that failed and had to be reprocessed? More importantly, what was the impact of those
failures on the entire map reduce process? With the newest version of dynaTrace, you get all this information and more with our new HDFS
. dashboard

Extended Big Data and NoSQL Technology Support


We have once again increased our support for various Big Data technologies; this includes support for the newest Java Driver for Datastax CQL3
Cassandra and support for Cassandra. Apache Commons Daemon
Additionally, we've added an all new Sensor for , guaranteeing full product integration, and we updated our support to include HBase Mongo DB
the latest versions of this popular database. NoSQL
Cassandra HBase MongoDB
4. Improved Visibility Into Your PHP Applications
The PHP agent now comes with an extended number of sensors, enabling you to capture database calls to various databases and capture Zend
. It is now possible to capture There is also a new that makes use of framework log messages PHP session variables. PHP exception sensor
your PHP application's powerful error rules.Other functional improvements includetracingcalls that are made via and call_user_func call_user_
and the tagging of PHP remote calls.If you want to chart the long-term trends of your PHP compilation, you can now use the new func_array PH
. P compilation time measure
First Steps with PurePath for
PHP
PHP Agent Configuration LAMPP Apache and PHP
Sample
XAMPP Apache Sample
Fully Leverage Business Transactions With Session Variable Capturing
To understand what happens inside your PHP applications, you need to capture domain specific data like the number of articles in or the value of
a user's shopping cart. This is now possible by capturing session variables in the PHP server sensor. Combined with the powerful concept of
business transactions, you can now see how performance and user satisfaction impact your business success.
Improved Visibility into DB, WordPress, and PHP 5.5
Although MySQL is the most commonly used database with PHP applications, there are also drivers for other databases. New database sensors
for native Oracle and PostgreSQL database drivers have been added and aPDO sensor pack now brings full visibility into PDO accessed
databases, includingMySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Firebird, Informix, Oracle, ODBC, FreeTDS, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server,SQL Azure,
and more. IBM DB2, CUBRID, 4D SQL, Cassandra,
In addition, if you are running WordPress, you can start with our out-of-the-box WordPress sensor to get metrics for the most important
WordPress methods and functions. PHP 5.5 was released over the summer and is fully supported with this release.

5. Easier Rollout and Safer Administration


Faster Time to Value
For those who want to set up a new environment as quickly as possible, and also for occasional dynaTrace users, we have first-time users, imp
beginning with the installation process and extending all the way through to deeper diagnostics. With Compuware APM you roved workflows
proceed quickly and easily from product installation to application performance monitoring of the details of your application.
Quickstart Guide Application Environment Wizard
Intuitive Navigation
Based on customer feedback we have improved the navigation for our out-of-the-box dashboards and dashlets. These changes have resulted in
significant productivity and ease of use enhancements.
On Demand Activation and Rollback for Critical FixPacks
FixPacks are now listed separately from Plugins, and we provide a full history of all installed FixPacks. Based on this history you can Activate/De
on the dynaTrace Server. It is also now possible to install a FixPack while postponing the FixPack's activation until later (for activate any FixPack
example, in situations when restart of affected dynaTrace components is only possible from a certain maintenance window). FixPack handling has
never been easier!
FixPack Installation and Removal
6. PurePath for zOS
Leverage Compuware Abend-AID Fault Management for Efficient CICS Exception
Analysis
The dynaTace CICS Agent automatically detects abends (abnormal ends) for all your CICS programs. Abends are captured and reported within
PurePaths as exceptions. The new makes it easy to drill down into the Abend-AID integration of dynaTrace and CompuwareAbend-AID
Report of any particular exception (abend) for detailed code-level analysis. This eliminates the manual effort of time-consuming and
cross-referencing PurePath CICS exceptions with corresponding abends on the mainframe. Abend-AID is Compuware'sindustryleading
mainframe application failure resolution solution.

Abend-AID Fault Analytics Integration


Save MIPS on Your Mainframe
In this release, the footprint of dynaTrace on zOS has been significantly reduced. This was achieved with afundamental re-tuning and
re-architecting of the data collection model for the zOS Agents. The zOS Unix Agent (previously zDC USS
Agent), which still resides on zOS, can now be extended using the optional dynaTrace z Remote Agent whic
h is hosted in distributed environments including Windows, Linux, AIX and z/Linux to reduce expensive data
processing on zOS. It's still possible to configure the zOS Unix Agent to process all data on zOS and
communicate directly to the dynaTrace Collector. In this scenario the dynaTrace z Remote Agent isnt required.

The new zOS Agent Architecture


zOS Agent Overview
7. Leading Edge Technology Support
dynaTrace 5.6 adds support for new technologies (for full details, see )including Supported Application Environments :

All dynaTrace components are now on Java 7 and support Windows 8 & 8.1
IBM WebSphere Message Broker 8 & 9
WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus 4.6 using HTTP
JBoss Enterprise Service Bus4.12
SAP NetWeaver 7.3 as Java running on SAP JVM 6.0
Cassandra Support for Datastax CQL3 Java Driver
JAX-RS via XCF 2.5.X, Jersy 2.X, RestEasy 3.X
JAX-WS async WebService calls for GlassFish 3.1, IBM WebSphere 8.5, WebLogic 12 and JBoss 7.1.1
PHP 5.5
Internet Information Server (IIS) 8.5
Implemented Requests From Our User Community
Based on suggestions and discussions in the forum of theAPM Community, we have Product Feedback and Enhancement Requests
implemented the following enhancement requests in this release:
Multiple Y-axises in charts

Clearer labeling for XLS Report columns


Historical data reporting from deleted application definitions
Custom session names for storepurepath REST calls
Chart overlays for time periods
Exclusion of traffic from some user agents for UEM
Filtering of non-site generated third-party resources
Use of official certificates for WebStart client
Additional Improvements and Changes
Apart from the major enhancements described above there have been dozens of other enhancements that make dynaTrace easier to use and
more productive in many new ways. Here are the most important improvements:
dynaTrace is now on Java 7
Due the fact that Oracle won't deliver additional security updates for Java 6, . Since all dynaTrace components are now optimized forJava 7
Java 7 utilizes different memory management, it is recommended that youincrease the maximum available memory of the dynaTrace Server
. The maximum recommended memory settings for the dynaTrace Server have been increased to 14GB. and Collector by about 20%
Test Automation -Parallel Test Execution
Using this unique id, the dynaTrace Server can now distinguish between parallel test executions. You no longer need to set test information
across different agent groups.
Automated Memory Dumps and Incident Downtime
The dynaTrace Server offers several REST interfaces for managing memory dumps (for example, create, get, delete, post process of status of
memory dumps).
Incident downtime can now also be fully managed via the dynaTrace Server REST interface including functionality like list, add, update, or delete
incident downtime.
Database Connection Aggregation
By turning on "Statement Aggregation" in the JDBC/ADO.NET sensor properties, PurePaths now not only contain aggregated summaries of
database statements, but alsoaggregated summaries of database connection acquisitions (such as Java getConnection()). This significantly
reduces the communication between Agents and Server and the overall length of PurePaths, thus providing an overhead reduction for these
sensors. We highly recommend that you turn this setting on for production environments or if you have long PurePaths due to database
statements. For newly created system profiles this setting is turned on by default.
Ensure Maximum File Handles Setting on Linux
To prevent stability issues on certain Linux systems, the dynaTrace Server now validates that the maximum number of open files is set to at least
2048. If necessary, adjust this setting before upgrading to dynaTrace 5.6
Continuous Transaction Storage is Optimized for dynaTrace Server Throughput by Default
Continuous Transaction Storage in mode prevents the caching of transactional information in "Optimize for dynaTrace Server throughput"
memory. This reduces garbage collections on the dynaTrace Server and increases throughput by up to 25%.This mode is now enabled by
default. this DC-RUM integration doesn't support mode. Please switch to "Optimize for user triggered
when using the DC-RUM integration. transaction analysis"
News From the APM Community
Check out our series of . Look for the series called "Performance Dashlets Explained" as well as other recently APM Community Webinars
recorded webinars that will show you how to become more productive with dynaTrace.
Extend dynaTrace with the provided by the dynaTrace Community. Plugins and Fastpacks
If you have suggestions about dynaLearn Webinars or ideas about plugins, send us an email atapmcommunity@compuware.com
Featured Plugins
A recent addition to the plugin list is an extended that provides additional information in SNMP traps for integration SNMP Action Plugin
with central incident management systems. The Plugin can be used alongside the already built-in SNMP Action Plugin and will likely
replace this plugin in the future.
The provides several metrics for monitoring this messaging platform with dynaTrace. Rabbit MQ Monitor Plugin
License Changes
dynaTrace 5.6 licensing is compatible with previous releases. Therefore you don't need to upgrade your license when you migrate from
dynaTrace 5.5 to 5.6.
However, migration from much earlier dynaTrace versions (version 5.0 or earlier) requires a license upgrade.You can upgrade an existing
dynaTrace license on your own using the self-service license management capabilities of the dynaTrace customer portal ateservices.compuware
. For details, please have a look at the . If you need help, our Licensing team will gladly support you in apm.com license upgrade documentation
upgrading your existing license to a 5.6 license.
Please note: We recommend that you read the prior to migration to dynaTrace 5.6. upgrade and migration documentation
Resolved Issues
This release contains a number of quality improvements, including the following issues that have been resolved:
dynaTrace WebStart Clientno longer starts after upgrading to Java 7 update 45
JDBC Statement Aggregation can cause an unexpected NullPointerException in the JDBC Sensor

Known Issues
While the new release of dynaTrace has been tested extensively to ensure that it works with all supported platforms and technologies, certain
issues cannot be addressed by the product. This section provides links to more information regarding issues you may run into. Please refer to the
for other workarounds and tips. Knowledge Base
VM arguments for WebStart client can no longer be set on the server (>= dynaTrace 5.6)
Watchdog restarts collector when set to retrieve data via HTTP(s)
To get a load test entry in the Test Automation dashlet, it requires a "dummy" unit test
KB-484 How to fix a class cache explosion
Detection of client side aborts (e.g. closing a mobile browser) of UEM paths can lead to reported skipped PurePaths
Java 7 does not accept by default. This might lead to refused connections e.g. when authenticating to a secure LDAP weak certificates
server with a weak certificate.
Additional Information
Software and Hardware Requirements
dynaTrace Agent
Windows x86/x64 >= 2003/XP, Linux x86/x64, Linux PPC, Solaris SPARC 32/64, Solaris x86/x64, AIX 32/64 Power 5, 6 and 7
Architectures, zOS 32/64 (no host health information available), z/Linux 32/64, HP-UX IA64
Oracle (Sun) JVM, IBM JVM, JRockit JVM, HP JVM
10MB disk space
dynaTrace Server
Windows/Linux
Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP or Server >= 2003 with latest service pack; installer containsprivate 32bit/64bit JRE
Linux x86/x64 with a recent kernel >= 2.6;installer containsprivate 32bit/64bit JRE;
Solaris/AIX
dynaTrace Server support on Solaris and AIX is limited to medium environments with a maximum of 100 Agents and 500
requests per second
Solaris SPARC; Solaris x86/64; installerrequires pre installed J2SE 7.0
AIX Power 5, 6 and 7,installerrequires pre installedIBM JRE 1.7+
Minimum 1.5 GB disk space (additional storage is required for continuous session recording)
Minimum 2 GB, typical 4-12 GB memory
LDAP for dynaTrace UserAuthentication
Active Directory
openLDAP
See the for detailed hardware recommendations specific to your load. Deployment Guide
dynaTrace Collector
Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP or Server >= 2003 with latest service pack; Linux x86/x64 with a recent kernel >= 2.6; Solaris SPARC; Solaris
x86/64; AIX Power >= 6.1.5, zOS, z/Linux, HP-UX IA64
Oracle (Sun) JVM 1.7+, IBM JVM 1.7+, HP JVM 1.7+
This section describes the minimum system requirements for installing dynaTrace. Typically these minimum requirements are suitable
for demonstration purposes only. Please refer to the for production-ready hardware requirements that vary based on Deployment Guide
the size of your dynaTrace deployment.
min. 1GB disk space
min. 128MB, typical 1-2GB memory
See the for more specific hardware recommendations. Deployment Guide
dynaTrace Client
Windows: Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP or Server >= 2003 with latest service pack( ) certified
Linux: SUSE/RedHat Linux with GTK ( ); no official support on 64 bit Linux (32 bit GTK2 runtime, libXtst-32,... required - certified see
) dynaTrace Forum
Mac: OS X 10.6+ 64bit ( ) supported
100MB disk space
1GB memory
Minimum screen resolution: 1024x768px
JRE 1.7 is required
dynaTrace Performance Warehouse
Long-term historical data is stored in the dynaTrace Performance Warehouse. The Performance Warehouse uses a relational database to store
data. Out of the box, dynaTrace uses an embedded database for demo / testing purposes. Any production installation of dynaTrace must us
one of the following (or greater) to host the Performance Warehouse e database management systems with the specified minimum version
database:
Oracle >= 10g
Microsoft SQL Server >= 2008
SQL Azure (see ) Windows Azure Best Practices
IBM DB2 Version >= 9.7
PostgreSQL >= 9.1
NOTE: dynaTrace supports partitioned tables for high load scenarios for all of the above databases.
To determine the disk-space requirements for the dynaTrace repository upfront, factor 15GB per 1000 persistent measures (of all System Profiles
within the dynaTrace repository). You can find more details in the . Deployment Guide
dynaTrace z Remote Agent
The dynaTrace z Remote Agent is in an experimental phase in version 5.6. Please contact Support to determine if your environment can
support a deployment!
Windowsx64>= 2003
z/Linux 64
Linux x64
AIX 64 Power 6, 7
Supported Java Virtual Machines*
OS Architectur
e
Oracle
(Sun) JVM
7.0, 6.0, 5.0,
1.4.2
32/64bit
IBM JVM
7.0, 6.0, 5.0,
1.4.2
32/64bit
Oracle
JRockit
6.0, 5.0,
1.4.2**
32/64bit
HP JVM
6.0, 5.0,
1.4.2**
32/64bit
SAP JVM
6.0 64bit
Fujitsu JVM
5.0, 1.4.2
32bit
Hitachi JVM
5.0 32bit
Windows x86/x64
Linux x86/x64
Solaris 9+ SPARC
32/64

Solaris 10+ x86/x64
AIX 5.2, 6.1,
7.1
P32/P64
HP-UX IA64
z/Linux z32/z64
zOS z32/z64
*) only bytecode created bythe Java Programming Language Compilers ( javac ) from supported JVM vendors
**) these 64bit 1.4.2 JVMs are not supported by dynaTrace
Supported .NET Platforms*
Windows
x86/x64
32 bit
Windows
x64
64 bit
.NET 2.0
.NET 3.0
.NET 3.5
.NET 4.0
.NET 4.5
n.a. = not applicable
*) .NET is not supported on the Itanium architecture
Supported Web Servers for UEM
OS Architecture Apache Web
Server
2.0, 2.2, 2.4
Microsoft IIS
6, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5
IBM HTTP Server
(IHS) 6, 7, 8
Oracle Http Server
10, 11
Windows x86/x64

2
Linux x86/x64

1

Solaris 9+ SPARC 32/64


Solaris 10+ x86/x64
AIX 5.2, 6.1, 7.1 P32/P64
) incl. support for PHP 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 and 5.5
1
) IIS 6: "split large signals for IIS 6" for the dynaTraceMonitor signalmust be enabled in the User Experience Settings. Web server metrics are
2
not available for IIS 6.
Supported PHP Versions
OS Architecture PHP 5.2 PHP 5.3 PHP 5.4 PHP 5.5
Windows x86/x64
Linux x86/x64
* * * *
Solaris 9+ SPARC 32/64
Solaris 10+ x86/x64
AIX 5.2, 6.1, 7.1 P32/P64
*)Apache Web Server 2.0, 2.2 and 2.4
Supported Application Environments and Technologies
Servlet Containers & Application Servers Databases, Connection Pools and
BigData Solutions
Operating Systems (Platforms)
Servlet Containers:
C Apache Tomcat 5/6/7
C Jetty 6/7/8/9
J2EE Compliant App Servers:
C IBM WebSphere 6.1/7/8/8.5*
C Oracle WebLogic
9/9.1/9.2/10/11g/12
C Oracle Application Server 9i, 10g
C JBoss AS CE5.0.1+/6.0.0+/7.1.1+**
S JBoss AS EAP 6**
C SAP NetWeaver 7.3 AS Java
C SunJavaApplication Server9.1
C Fujitsu Interstage 8/9
C Cosminexus 8
C Glassfish 3.1 Open Source
S Virgo/SpringSource dm Server 2.x
Others:
C WebMethods 8.2
C Sun Java Web Server 6.1
C Microsoft IIS/ASP.NET 6/7/7.5/8
C Microsoft SharePoint
S MS COM+ Component Services for .NET
S Adobe LiveCycle
L other/proprietary Java/.NET Servers
*) IBM JVM 7.0 only on Windows
& Linux
**) not all JMX measures
available
Databases:
C IBM DB2 8/9
1
C Oracle DB 9i/10g/11g
1
C MS SQL Server
2000/2003/2005/2008/2012
1
C PostgreSQL
1
C Derby
1
C ADO.NET data providers (e.g. ODP.NET)
L generic support is available for any Type4
JDBC driver
Connection Pools:
C WebSphere Connection Pool 6.1+
C WebLogic Connection Pool 9-12.1
C JBoss Connection Pool 5.x-7.x
C Apache DBCP 1.0-1.4
C Tomcat Connection Pool 1.0.6+
C c3p0 0.8.5+
L generic support is available for all J2EE
connection pools
NoSQL & BigData Solutions:
C Cassandra 1.0.x, 1.1.x, 1.2.x
2
C MongoDB 2.0.x, 2.2.x, 2.4.x
3
C HBase 0.90.6, 0.92.1
C Hadoop 0.2,1.x, 2.x
4
S Solr
1
) JDBC Type4 drivers only
) Java Thrift based Clients
2
(Hector 1.0/1.1) and
Datastax 1.0.2 for Cassandra
1.2.x
) Java Clients only, v. 2.3 -
3
2.11.3
) Tested with CDH3, CDH4, HDP
4
1.1, EMR, MapR M5...
C Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP
C Windows 2003/2008/2012 Server
C Suse Linux 8+
C RedHat Linux 4+
C AIX 5.2/6.1/7.1
C Solaris SPARC 9+
C Solaris 10+ x86/x64
C IBM zOS 390
C z/Linux SLES 8 SP4
C HP-UX IA64
ESBs and SOA Remoting Messaging
C IBM WebSphere Message Broker 7/8*/9**
10.3.4 C Oracle Service Bus
C JBoss ESB 4.12
* C WSO2 4.6**
C Mule 1.x / 2.x / 3.x
S Oracle SOA Suite
S Apache OpenEJB
S Fuse ESB
L SOA Software Service Manager 5.2/6.1
*) on supported Windows,
AIX, Linux 64bit and zLinux 64bit
**) on supported Windows and Linux 64bit
***) HTTP communication only
C RMI / IIOP
C RMI / JRMP
C RMI / T3
C .NET Remoting
C ORMI (OC4J 10g R3)
C JBoss Remoting
C WCF
C HTTP Remoting
C XML-RPC.NET
C JMS 1.1
C IBM WebSphere MQ 6, 7
C Apache Active MQ 4.x / 5.x
C Microsoft MQ 3.0
S TIBCO Rendezvous 8.4
L TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks
Service Engine 5.8.2*
*) Wired mode via Tibco Spline
only Messaging
Web Service Stacks Frameworks AJAX Frameworks for UEM
C IBM WebSphere 5.1/6/6.1/7/8
C Oracle WebLogic 8.1/9/9.1/9.2/10/11g/12
C .NET WebServices
C AXIS 1.4
C AXIS2 1.3 / 1.4 / 1.5 / 1.6
C Hessian 2.1/3/3.1/3.2/4.0
C Oracle WebServices
C JAX WebServices
C Codehaus XFire 1.2
C Apache CXF 2.2/2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6
C Apache Wink 1.2.0
C Restlet 2.1.0
C RestEasy 2.3.5
C Jersey 1.15/2.0
C Spring Web Services 2.0
S WebMethods Glue
S Hibernate
S Struts 1.x/2.x
S AWT/Swing/RCP/WPF/WinForms
S Spring
S BlazeDS
S Oracle Coherence
S Applets
HTTP Frameworks
C JDK Http API
C Apache HttpClient 3.1/4.0/4.1/4.2
C Jetty Http Client 6/7/8/9
C NING Http Client 1.6.x / 1.7x / 2.x

UEM is compatible with all JavaScript


frameworks,
automatic click detection is available for:
S jQuery
S Dojo
S ICEfaces
S extJS
S GWT
S ZK
Browser Support for UEM Browser Diagnostics (with plugin) OS for Mobile ADK
Compatible with any JavaScript enabled
browser
Browsers:
S Internet Explorer 6+
S Firefox 3.5+
S Safari 4+
S Chrome 10+
L Embedded Browser
Mobile Browsers:
S Mobile Safari 4+ (iPhone 3/4/4S, iPad
1/2/3)
S Android Webkit 4.0+
S Firefox 3.6, 4-24
S Internet Explorer 6/7/8/9/10
C Apple iOS 6+
C Google Android 2.3+
Hybrid App Frameworks
S PhoneGap
S Apache Cordova
S Custom WebViews
Mainframe Environments
C IBM zOS 1.12/1.13
C IBM CICS Transaction Server
3.2/4.1/4.2/5.1
C IBM WebSphere MQ 7.0/7.1
C IBM DB2 v9/v10/v11
C IBM CICS Transaction Gateway*
7.2**/8.0/8.1/9.0
C IBM CICS SOAP over HTTP
*) CTG for zOS: EXCI and IPIC
CTG for Multiplatforms: IPIC (no support
for TCPIP or SNA)
**) EXCI: UK56730 required PTF level
Support level: C = , S = , L = certified supported limited support
Please see the section of the for details. Known Systems Community Portal
Supported Browsers for WebStart
The dynaTrace Java WebStart Client can be started with any WebStart compatible browser. Internet Explorer 6+ and Firefox 3+ are certified by
dynaTrace. The Java WebStart Client requires a 32-bit JRE1.7.0_25 or higher.
dynaTrace Support Levels and End-of-Life Policy
Compuware is committed to providing effective and reliable support for dynaTrace on all supported platforms and technologies. This includes
communicating early about the planned end of life for a given version as well as providing manageable upgrade paths for even the largest
deployments. Typically we support the last two minor versions (now 5.0 & 5.5) as well as the last minor version of the previous major version
(currently 4.2). This ensures that clients can always stay on a well supported version of dynaTrace, even if the upgrade of large systems with
various organizational challenges can take a long time to plan and execute. If you have any questions, our Enablement Services Team can assist
you toensure a smooth and predictable upgrade to a new version of dynaTrace, .
Support Level Overview
dynaTrace
version
On-demand
support
Projected
end of life
5.5
5 Spring 2014
4.2
4.1
4
3.x.x and earlier
*) On demand support and FixPacks for these versions are only available for severe production problems
Announcement of Platform Support Changes
The dynaTrace 5.6 release for the following platforms: discontinues support
HP UX on PA-RISC
dynaTrace Collector
AIX < 6.1.5(no Java 7 available)
Solaris < 10.8(no Java 7 available)
Application Server
IBM WebSphere Application Server < 6.1
Oracle WebLogic 8.1 (SP3+)
JBoss 4
Oracle ApplicationServer 6.5
Borland Enterprise Server 6.5
Borland Application Server 6.7
SunJavaApplication Server < 9.1
With the , dynaTrace will for the following platforms: next release discontinue support
dynaTrace Server on Solaris and AIX
dynaTrace Server32bit