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Checks if there are any problems in Dynatrace
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Problem Check

Checks if there are any problems in Dynatrace
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Check

Install now

Problem Check

Check

Check

Checks if there are any problems in Dynatrace
Install now

Problem Check

Checks if there are any problems in Dynatrace
Check

Check

Install now
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Introduction

When executing chaos experiments, you may want to check if problems in Dynatrace are popping up. Or the opposite.

The problem check step can be dragged&dropped into the experiment editor. Once done, you can use it to collect information about the state of the Dynatrace problems and, optionally, to verify that they are within the expected condition.

Experiments can be aborted and marked as failed when the Problem check's actual state diverges from the expected state. This helps to implement pre-/post-conditions and invariants. For example, to only start an experiment when the system is healthy.

At last, to help you understand the problems' status and how they evolved, the run view also contains a status visualization. Through this visualization, you can see what states the Dynatrace's problems contained throughout the experiment execution.

Use Cases

  • Pre-/postcondition or invariant for any experiment.
  • Verify that problems are triggered during incidents.

Parameters

ParameterDescriptionDefault
DurationHow long should steadybit check for problems?30s
ConditionIf you pick a condition, the experiment will fail if the condition is not met.No check, only show problems
Condition Check ModeHow often should the status be expected. "At least once" or "All the time""All the time"
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Dynatrace
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Observability
Monitoring
Homepage
hub.steadybit.com/extension/com.steadybit.extension_dynatrace
License
MIT
MaintainerSteadybit

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