I have been able configured the .net Core Agent (GA version) for our app using docker containers
Eslasticsearch, Kibana, APM 7.3
Or aplication uses latest versions of .net core 2.2, ef core, and postgres for backend. Frontend is an angular7 SPA.
By now, I have managed to have it working with no big trouble... though it is the first time for me using Elasticsearch/Kibana.
I can see the different transactions in the apm dashboard, and the sql calls with their local stack trace.
Also I've been able to find the status records, in the raw data, registering memory and cpu over time.
I have not added RUM (all will come).
It really looks promising for us. Thank you, great work!
Since this is the first time using kibana and the apm dashboards I'm not really sure on what I can expect as OTB features. In this step of our evaluation, I was wanting to see as much of those bundled features as possible, and then decide if we go on with any customizations.
In particular, I'm missing the app monitoring dashboard showing the cpu and memory. Is this dashboard included? How can I enable it? Is it possible to show different instances of our app in the same graph? (Always meaning the .net core agent, not docker containers...) I'm really lost in this part, how to use this information from Kibana.
Also, I've learned from a presentation of your team in Spain (a previous beta) that it would be possible to show the original code together with the stack trace. I have not seen any reference to this in the docs and I don't know how to configure this. Is this feature available?
I understand .net core support is a pretty new feature, and maybe not everything is ready or documented yet. Any tip you could give some on how to configure views or use this information would be of great value. Are they are already bundled or need to be done by me? (Or, if you could point me to some recent doc on the matter it would be really useful too).
Thank you very much for your attention.