Month: June 2017

Support for PHP and Staticfile apps on Cloud Foundry PaaS

We’re happy to announce that, in addition to support for Java and Node.js applications, Dynatrace now also provides monitoring support for PHP and Staticfile applications that are deployed in Cloud Foundry PaaS environments. Cloud Foundry is a Platform-as-a-Service that consists of a set of open source tools that help you run applications at scale. Applications deployed on Cloud Foundry are usually run through technology-specific buildpacks that provide framework… read more

Why “Try another browser” is no longer acceptable

Users can be demanding, and you won’t find a more demanding group than social savvy millennials. These punks have grown up believing they pretty much know everything, are never wrong, and demand immediate, accurate responses when interacting on social. If websites are slow or apps crash, it’s not just lost revenue – but also damage to your brand. Last year we ran a survey and found 51% of millennials would turn… read more

Request attributes: Simplify request searches & filtering

Dynatrace tracks all requests from end-to-end and automatically monitors the services that underly each transaction. The performance and attributes of each request can be analyzed in detail. You can even create custom, multi-faceted filters that enable you to analyze call sequences from multiple angles. With such advanced request filtering, Dynatrace enables you to slice and dice your way through your requests to find the proverbial “needle in a haystack.”… read more

Hot from the lab: Latest releases center on unification, scalability and powerful analytics that tie back to business metrics

Innovation has always been at the core of the Dynatrace culture. We invest heavily in our product development so that our 500+ global R&D experts continue to break new ground in APM. This is an exciting post for me, as I get to share highlights of the most recent advancements. I even shot a quick video that hits some of the big changes. Visually Complete Visually complete puts… read more

Waterfall findings and JavaScript error details included in web checks

Web check analysis just got even better. Following the recent introduction of user-action waterfall analysis and JavaScript error analysis into Dynatrace real user monitoring, we’ve now made both features additionally available for web checks. Web checks are synthetic user visits that monitor the availability of a URL or any number of business-critical transactions in your environment 24/7. At Dynatrace, we’re convinced that synthetic monitoring (i.e., “web checks”) and… read more