Get started with full observability (cloud-native, full-stack deployment)
This page provides instructions on installing Dynatrace Operator with cloud-native, full-stack configuration to a Kubernetes cluster.
Before you begin
Before installing Dynatrace on your Kubernetes cluster, ensure that you meet the following requirements:
kubectlCLI is connected to the Kubernetes cluster that you want to monitor.
- You have sufficient privileges on the monitored cluster to run
Cluster setup and configuration
By default, Dynatrace Operator injects OneAgent into all namespaces, but you can configure it to monitor only specific namespaces and exclude others. For details, see Configure monitoring for namespaces and pods.
Configuring SCC is required for OpenShift for
applicationMonitoring with CSI driver deployments.
Choose one of the installation methods that best suits your needs.
Dynatrace Operator version 0.8.0+
After you've successfully installed Dynatrace Operator, you may find the following resources helpful for further learning and troubleshooting.
Get actionable answers
Start to analyze your Kubernetes clusters and containerized Apps with Dynatrace and benefit from actionable answers.
Learn how you can configure Dynatrace Operator to support specific use cases.
Troubleshoot any challenges you may encounter while working with the Dynatrace Operator and its various components.
How it works
Want to learn more about the Dynatrace components in your Kubernetes cluster?
API reference and configuration options for all Dynatrace components within your Kubernetes cluster.
Dynatrace Operator release notes
See release notes for Dynatrace Operator.
Update or uninstall
This page provides a detailed instructions on how to update and uninstall Dynatrace Operator.