Stefan Baumgartner

Stefan Baumgartner is web developer at Dynatrace's UX team, making the web a faster place. He co-hosts the Working Draft podcast, writes for Manning, made the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs and enjoys local brews as well as the Italian cuisine. He's also organising the Script'17 JavaScript conference. Find him at @ddprrt

Stefan Baumgartner's articles

Dynatrace on Dynatrace: How we monitor our own web entities

When Klaus Enzenhofer published his recent article about the value of using Dynatrace real user monitoring to troubleshoot JavaScript errors in web applications, he asked me how we here on the Dynatrace web development team handle our own performance challenges and errors related to the web entities at Dynatrace.com. Klaus wondered if the powerful monitoring abilities of Dynatrace could be used to monitor, find, and solve problems within… read more

Stay focused with web monitoring

Ever encountered an error in your application that really scared you? An error that raised your heart rate and sent adrenaline surging through your veins? If so, you’re not alone. This happens to all of us eventually. I’d like to share a story with you that shows how you can stay calm and sharp during such a crisis with a little help from Ruxit, our web monitoring tool. Although you couldn’t tell by looking at… read more

How we sped up Dynatrace.com

If you’re a frequent visitor, you’ve likely noticed the sped up performance at the Ruxit.com website over the past few weeks. Assuming you haven’t just switched to a faster Internet service provider, the performance increase is likely due to the tireless efforts of our web experience team. The biggest challenge for our guys was to provide a faster experience while delivering the same amount of content. With no cuts in content size, how… read more