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User session analysis for mobile users

The latest Dynatrace release introduces mobile user session analysis. This enables you to seamlessly analyze each of your mobile user’s journeys through your applications. Within today’s digital consumer environments, having a mobile-first strategy for the marketing of your applications is imperative for business success. No matter if your users visit your web offerings via smartphone or tablet in a mobile browser or a downloadable native mobile app, your business success depends on… read more

Customizable naming for auto-detected server-side services

Dynatrace automatically detects and names your applications’ server-side services based on basic properties of your application deployment and configuration. These properties and the resulting service names should be intuitive to you because they reflect your service landscape. In some cases however, the default naming scheme may not be to your liking or may not adequately reflect your service landscape. In other instances, you may want to add certain process or… read more

Monitor availability of applications that require basic login

To monitor the availability of applications that can only be accessed following basic login, we’ve enhanced Dynatrace availability web checks so that they now support basic user authentication, in addition to our long-standing LoginSense support for web forms authentication. To set up basic authentication for a web check Select Web checks & availability from the navigation menu. Click the Add new web check button. Type in the URL of the site you want to monitor and… read more

Flexible group-based permissions management in Dynatrace SaaS!

The upcoming release of Dynatrace (2nd half April 2017) includes an upgrade of our permissions management system to make it more flexible and to give you more control over managing permissions for groups. The new system isn’t based on hierarchical roles, but rather on groups, reflecting Unix- and Windows-based permissions. It enables you to create groups that have pre-defined (fully customizable) permissions sets—users added to a group inherit the permissions of… read more

Advanced process group availability monitoring

For some time now, Dynatrace has provided you the ability to automatically detect when the unavailability of a specific process results in a problem (for example, increased failure rate or outages of your website). Recently we announced that you can receive notifications when a process within a specific process group becomes unavailable—even if no related customer impact is detected. We’ve now added another enhancement that’s particularly useful for cluster… read more

Seamless ServiceNow CMDB sync & problem detection

Managing highly dynamic service and application infrastructures with a CMDB database can be cumbersome and error prone. Modern microservices infrastructures commonly contain thousands of individual business-critical services and related dependencies. Dynatrace automatically discovers and monitors all such services and applications in real time, detects deviations from normal behavior (availability, performance, and/or errors), and synchronizes this data with your ServiceNow instance. Dynatrace anomaly detection The first step toward gaining full technology… read more

Improved design & functionality of Service pages

Over the past months, we’ve added numerous enhancements to our Service overview pages. To maximize the value of these enhancements, it became necessary to build an entirely new page design. We’re now proud to present all the new views and features that the enhanced Service overview page design has to offer. Service overview page As you can see from the image below, the service overview page has received a major… read more

Introducing PHP-FPM monitoring (beta)

We’re happy to announce the beta release of Dynatrace PHP-FPM monitoring! Dynatrace PHP-FPM monitoring provides information about connections, slow requests, and processes. Now you’ll know immediately if your PHP-FPM is underperforming. And when problems occur, it’s easy to see which hosts are affected. To view PHP-FPM monitoring insights Click Technologies in the navigation menu. Click the PHP tile. To view cluster metrics, expand the Details section of the PHP-FPM process group. Click the Process group details button. … read more