Month: May 2017

Self-healing: Ansible Tower fixes Dynatrace-detected problems in real time

Successful operation and maintenance of large-scale microservices infrastructures can be a big challenge for DevOps teams. You need a powerful full-stack monitoring solution like Dynatrace to gather all relevant performance, error, and availability monitoring data. You also need a reliable control center such as Ansible Tower to react quickly to detected issues and automate self-healing efforts. Dynatrace provides numerous ways of integrating third-party systems, including Ansible Tower. It’s easy to integrate… read more

Inside the Black Box Part 4 – Perl

The fourth and, for now, final topic of the black box series brings us to Perl. For people interested in the first part, generated code, please click here, for the second part, Python, please click here and for the third part, VBScript, please click here. Perl was the first of the ADK wrappers created for the series, but due to time constraints I didn’t manage to clean it… read more

Don’t just move your servers to the cloud

The cloud has now been around for a while and has transitioned from being a place where the cool kids play to an integral part of any companies IT and application strategy. The first and most obvious step is to handle compute power not within the own data center but rather the cloud. Spinning up a server in the cloud is just quicker and especially for very large corporations adding… read more

What’s that? #whatsappdown?

I love the outcry that surrounds a digital service outage. It’s almost as though someone has turned off the oxygen for a few moments. So, it comes as no surprise that everyone went a bit crazy when Whatsapp went down for a few hours on Wednesday night. The usual scenario played out – people turned to social media to vent, and to laugh, and media were on the hunt for… read more

DockerCon 2017 – A Tale of Three Demos

DockerCon 2017 was three days of jam-packed action. As each day closed, I took some time to reflect with my colleagues on the hottest elements of our demos and discussions. We ended up with three solid demo videos covering key aspects of our solution for Docker environments. Auto-discovery and the power of Smartscape At previous employers, I’ve demonstrated a number of products, but I’ve never focused… read more

Meet Dynatrace team at ServiceNow Knowledge17

Planning to be in Orlando, Florida from May 6-11 for ServiceNow Knowledge 17? If so, be sure to visit the Dynatrace team at booth #602 for a demonstration of how Dynatrace detects service performance and availability problems in real time.    This year’s ServiceNow Knowledge conference focuses on limiting downtime, intelligent performance analytics, and taking control of cloud resources. This is why this year’s event provides the perfect… read more

Live from Red Hat Summit 2017

Red Hat Summit officially kicks off tomorrow at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.  As the team and I gear up for an exciting week of conversations, presentations and networking, I want to share a few thoughts on why we at Dynatrace consider Red Hat such a strong, valued partner. Together, we’re redefining the way microservice environments are managed and monitored The use of microservices and containers is growing at… read more

Dynatrace supports monitoring of .NET Core applications

We’re happy to announce that Dynatrace now supports the monitoring of .NET Core (CoreCLR) applications that run on Windows. For .NET Core applications, Dynatrace now provides web and database response times, CPU usage, failure analysis, and GC metrics. Dynatrace can monitor standalone .NET Core apps, ASP.NET Core apps (behind IIS or otherwise), and integrates with Azure App Service (PaaS). All this is available with a single installation of OneAgent, zero code… read more