Apply and use management zones
After setting up management zones, you can assign them to user groups and provide the required management zone–level permissions. Members of those groups can then filter their environments based on their assigned management zones assigned to them. You can also use management zones to set up maintenance windows.
Apply a management zone
These high-level steps take you through the process of assigning a management zone to a user via group settings.
When the user logs in to the environment, they can use the Filter button in the menu bar to access the management zones they are assigned to.
Filter by a management zone
Management zones are accessible as filters (via the Filter button in the menu bar) to all users who are assigned to those management zones—select the appropriate management zone from the list.
Management zone filters apply to all views that display multiple entities, including individual dashboards, list pages (for example, for hosts, process groups, services, synthetic monitors, applications, and SLOs, Logs, Smartscape, and the Technologies page. This enables each user to view only those entities that are relevant to them.
Note that there might be a delay in assigned entities appearing within management zones when such entities are created and assigned using tags via API. See Best practices for scaling tagging and management-zone rules for tips on optimizing tagging and speeding up the management-zone assignment process.
From within a management zone, you can only see the entities you have access to in Dynatrace. No data is displayed on pages where you don't have access to entities.
You can see Dashboards created by others and create your own for the entities you have access to.
Management zones and maintenance windows
You can define maintenance windows that are filtered by management zones—entities matching the management zones are considered to be under maintenance.