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Announcing Dynatrace availability in the SAP App Center and how to get started

At the SAP TechEd event in Las Vegas, we announced our availability in the SAP App Center. Customers can now leverage full insights into their application ecosystem running on the SAP Cloud Platform with zero manual configuration. I was joined on the beanbags with Pieter Van Heck to discuss the announcement. Getting started and deploying your first monitored app is simple as Alois Mayr explains in this… read more

Perform 2018 at the Bellagio, Las Vegas: January 29-31

Major brands Paypal and Citrix, as well as UK retail giant Travis Perkins, set the tone for the caliber of customers lined up to speak at our annual, global Perform event this January 2018. Throw on top of that, Microsoft, Pivotal and industry analyst Brian Solis, who’s back by popular demand. And then there’s Alastair Humphreys. National Geo author and adventurer. He’ll be joining… read more

Google Play takes aim at poor performing apps

Nobody in the app community will have missed that Google fired a major shot at poor performing apps last week. Those that don’t take performance seriously will now be down-ranked on the Google Play store – making them harder to find. Google hasn’t disclosed the specifics of how its algorithm will rank app performance, but it’s believed to be based on: Application outages Battery usage Number of uninstalls… 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

AWS IoT Marketplace has just landed; Dynatrace a proud partner

Today AWS announced the IoT marketplace and Dynatrace is a proud launch partner. Modern IoT ecosystems are as complex as they are powerful. Delivery chains have been extended to smart devices, which require an end-to-end approach to manage everything from the device to the gateway, and all the way to the cloud services powering smart IoT applications. Dynatrace provides the unique ability to provide visibility into the entire value… read more

Weekly Wrap: Visually Complete, the UFO is hacked, Forbes on AI start ups, Openstack monitoring 1,2,3…and more

I’m continually surprised as I pull together these weekly wraps just how much is done in a week. Here’s a quick video summary of the latest installment, and read on for more details: Visually Complete, the most accurate performance user experience metric, available in Dynatrace RUM and Synthetic. Traditional web performance metrics primarily focus on load times and resource sizes. But these attributes typically aren’t the best indicators of… read more

Weekly Wrap – AWS Summit London, the iPhone turns 10, Verizon shares their story, upcoming webinars and voice dashboards

Another stellar week. The AWS Summit in London had another 10,000 attendees, and most of them found their way to the Dynatrace stand. The iPhone turned 10, and we have a stack of upcoming webinars. Live chat on the Dynatrace couch at AWS Summit London with Daniel Khan and Nick Ross Ease of install, auto discovery, docker monitoring and more. Dave Anderson, VP Marketing has a chat with solutions… read more

Delivering Voice-Enabled Dashboards in a Monitoring-Redefined World

A long time ago, in a datacenter far, far away, application landscapes were easy to visualize, dependencies were simple and free of complexity, and management of these applications was straightforward. Operation teams had dashboards monitoring metrics like CPU, memory, disk, etc. Mission control rooms were staffed with operators that relied on these dashboards to tell them the overall health of their applications. Since most application landscapes were simple (i.e. load… read more

Happy 10th Birthday iPhone – We’ve come so far, but have so far to go.

As a tech geek I was an early adopter of the iPhone. I joke around with my friends that I thought of it before anyone else. Way back in 2005, a few years before the release of the iPhone, I picked up an iPod, and said “One day this thing will be all glass and it will be colour, and we will do email, music and we’ll take photos with… read more