Month: August 2017

Real user monitoring: Support for Fetch API is now available

During the dawn of the web 2.0 era, back when web sites first began to evolve into the dynamic web applications that we know today, asynchronous web requests were sent via the XMLHttpRequest (XHR) API (commonly known as Ajax). Within the past two years, a new API type called Fetch API was introduced into all modern browsers to support such asynchronous requests. Beginning with… read more

Easily configure detection of your environment’s custom application services

We’ve simplified the process for defining and managing custom-service monitoring in your environment. Custom services are application services that can’t be detected by Dynatrace out-of-the-box because they’re built on non-standard frameworks or technologies. With Dynatrace custom service detection, you can now define any method, class, or interface as the entry point of a service. Once configured, custom services are monitored alongside all the auto-detected services in your environment. The latest enhancement… read more

Compare service request performance and behavior over time

One of the most important and basic features of any performance monitoring solution is the ability to track metric trends over time (i.e., charting of time-series data). Dynatrace uses sophisticated charting to visualize changes in metric trends over time, making it easy to see trends at a glance. Comparison of trends within separate time periods has long been a challenge, however. When two time frames occur close together in time, you… read more

Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 124

Support for automated Dynatrace Cluster installations Currently, before a new Dynatrace Servier cluster installation can be used, your system administrator must go to the Dynatrace Managed web UI to set their password and email address. While this is fine for manual installations, it’s impractical for automated installations. With this in mind, we’ve added some additional installer parameters that facilitate Dynatrace Server configuration without visiting the web UI: --initial-environment --initial-first-name… read more

Weekly wrap: AI disruption, Google Cloud monitoring, new customer video

We’re sitting pretty alongside the world’s AI heavyweights This week Forbes published an eye-catching article that looked at the top 6 AI technologies that will help or destroy jobs in the future. #5 on that list was virtual assistants and how this technology is having a big impact within big business. Dynatrace features in a list of 10 vendors pioneering this space which includes the likes of… read more

News flash: We’re primed for Google Cloud

This week we announced our capabilities for the new Google Cloud platform. What does this mean? No matter what cloud platform you choose, Dynatrace has got you covered. So, I thought it might be an opportune time to surface our core capabilities for each of the major cloud platforms: Google Cloud Want deep insights from front-end to back-end, cloud infrastructure…and everything in-between? Within minutes Dynatrace’s unique… read more

Atlassian Connect(-ing) DevOps Tools JIRA, xMatters and Dynatrace

Atlassian Connect brings together developers from around the world to build better connected tools in the Atlassian Ecosystem. Last week’s Atlassian Connect Week in Austin, Texas was Dynatrace’s first attendance of this 5 day Hackathon-style event. While we came prepared to build new and tighter integrations between Dynatrace, JIRA Cloud, JIRA Service Desk and HipChat we left this event with additional integrations we built with our friends… read more