Dynatrace is an application performance management (APM) software company with products for the information technology departments and digital business owners of medium and large businesses. The company's services include performance management software for programs running on-premises and in the cloud. This software manages the availability and performance of software applications and the impact on user experience in the form of deep transaction tracing, synthetic monitoring, real user monitoring, and network monitoring. The company separated from Compuware in December 2014 after being sold into private equity firm Thoma Bravo establishing it as a standalone company.

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  • Jenkins, the popular Continuous Integration and Delivery server, provides several options to integrate external tools when pushing builds through your pipeline. In this 101 session, Andreas (Andi) Grabner is going to show us some of the basic integration options between Jenkins and Dynatrace: Push Build Information to Dynatrace, Pull Problem Details from Dynatrace to Jenkins, Pull Performance Met...

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  • Dynatrace news For all the talk about the end of the monolith and the rise of new technologies to replace it, containers in particular has seen their adoption soar, in such a short period of time, as a post-monolith service. As Chris Morgan, technical director for Red Hat’s OpenShift ecosystem, pointed out in his Dynatrace Perform 2018 […] The post Containers, Kubernetes, and self-driving IT – a d...

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  • Dynatrace news Most modern companies have built their digital transformation strategies atop cloud-native stacks that simplify and streamline microservices deployments. Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry-based offerings share most of this market and are great platforms for operating cloud-native workloads. While Cloud Foundry is ideal for running pure microservices applications—and keeping the complicat...

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  • Dynatrace news In early 2014, Dynatrace embarked on a journey to validate the effort and energy that our team has put into developing a world-class product. Most organizations offer a type of certification (think Cisco CCNA, etc.) that are used to show that an individual is sufficiently competent in a product to be granted a certificate showing […] The post Dynatrace Certifications – break out gro...

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  • Dynatrace news License view updated We’ve redesigned the License details page to make it easier for you to view and understand the licensing and billing details related to your Dynatrace account (see example below). Basic licensing data is displayed in a grid layout at the top of the page. Consumption data per service (For example, host units, […] The post Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version...

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  • Dynatrace news Neiman Marcus Group comprised of 5 luxury retailers and over 42 stores nationwide. As with many retailers, E-commerce has become the fastest-growing segment of their business. As the Neiman brand is synonymous with luxury, the company is adamant that the performance of their website reflect the fact that the experience of their online customers is […] The post Neiman Marcus Chooses ...

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  • Dynatrace news The latest Dynatrace release includes some powerful new dashboard charting features for our power users, along with many improvements in stability and performance. In addition to these performance tweaks under the hood, we’ve streamlined the workflow for creating charts and raised the limit on metrics per chart from 2 to 5. Per metric, you can now […] The post New dashboard charts f...

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  • Dynatrace news Managing modern microservices environments can be complex, highly dynamic, and error-prone. IT automation management platforms such as Red Hat Ansible Tower use job templates to organize and execute customized automation scripts to help manage such environments. Ansible playbooks are widely used to configure multiple nodes within complex service deployment scenarios. Playbooks and j...

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  • Dynatrace news Building resilient systems has been a driving motivation for many architects, performance engineers and site reliability engineers (SREs) over the past years. There are plenty of blogs, conference talks and examples that show how companies such as Netflix, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and others, baked resiliency into everything they do. Using monitoring data is a […] The pos...

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  • Dynatrace news Self-driving IT isn’t just a buzzword anymore. More and more companies are shifting their IT operations to make them autonomous. As our founder and CTO, Bernd Greifeneder, stated in this blog post, there are five main ingredients for making self-driving IT work: AI-driven answers and orchestration Openness and automation Cloud technology Breaking down organizations’ silos Shifting t...

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  • Most Software vendors follow a traditional release cycle. Every 3-4 months a new major upgrade is released. But what does this mean for an enterprise customer? Just because the software is released it doesn't mean the customer adopts it. With a SaaS delivery model, every 2 weeks we release, and our customers automatically adopt the software. Its not revolutionary for SaaS software companies, but ...

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