Azure

Monitoring .NET Core Applications with Dynatrace

This post was coauthored with Georg Schausberger. If you follow the development of the .NET framework you probably know that there are some tremendous changes in the Microsoft world: the cross-platform, open-source implementation of .NET, the .NET Core was released and with Visual Studio 2017 finally, the tooling for development also reached RTM state. So, the framework is RTM, the tooling for development is also RTM, and we believe… read more

Dynatrace monitoring for Azure Web Apps

 For the latest details regarding Azure monitoring with Dynatrace, please see Dynatrace Help. We’ve received many requests for monitoring support of Azure App Service. More specifically, customers have inquired about monitoring Azure Web Apps. Ruxit now provides support for Azure Web Apps. As Azure App Service is a Platform-as-a-Service environment that provides limited access, you can’t install the Ruxit Agent in the usual manner. For this reason we provide a Ruxit… read more

Dynatrace newsletter: Optimizing Mesos clusters & upcoming conferences!

Welcome to the May issue of the Dynatrace Ruxit newsletter! We’re excited to highlight some new Ruxit features and upcoming events for you! Dynatrace Ruxit simplifies Mesos cluster management! With the launch of DC/OS, Mesos has made the adoption of containerization orders of magnitude easier. But what about visibility into the applications you deploy on your Mesos clusters? Dynatrace Ruxit enables deep visibility into Mesos clusters with real usage… read more

Does your Liquid Infrastructure float? Or are you sinking in what you don’t know?

With so many new web technologies available, one might assume that things are getting easier for the average Operations-minded DevOps professional, but they aren’t. In fact, things are becoming more difficult. It used to be that a little background in shell scripting and some basic knowledge of infrastructure—whether it be networking or servers—could get you a long way. Then came virtualization and the Cloud and software-defined everything. Today you find… read more

Dynatrace newsletter: Azure monitoring and VictorOps integration

Welcome to the December edition of the Ruxit newsletter! We hope everyone had a smooth Black Friday with no application down-time. We have some interesting news to share with you! VictorOps incident-notification and management integration Ruxit now gives you the opportunity to notify coworkers about customer-facing performance problems using VictorOps’ feature-rich team- and schedule-management system. Learn more about VictorOps integration with Ruxit Easy Azure Monitoring with the… read more

Five Paradigms that Explain How APM and UEM Become Cornerstones of Successful Cloud Deployments

Thinking cloud is thinking application-centric. Organizations utilize public cloud offerings because they want to focus on their revenue-generating applications rather than managing infrastructure. And from there we already can draw the significance of Application Performance Management (APM) in public cloud environments. Significance of APM in public clouds—let’s focus on our application and measure its performance directly rather than estimate its performance based on infrastructure metrics! If we focus… read more

An Example of How APM and UEM are Cornerstones in Successful Public Cloud Deployments

software architects made a strategic decision to develop their SaaS application time cockpit, the semi-automatic time tracking solution for service professionals, on Microsoft’s Windows Azure platform. The promise of Microsoft is to have a highly scalable platform with full cost control. In order to ensure that the investment in Windows Azure is paying off they require: 100% client-side visibility to identify any end-user… read more

Best Practices on APM in Windows Azure and Silverlight

Are you the one to decide on implementing your next project based on public cloud platforms such as Windows Azure? Is it going to be HTML5, Flash or Silverlight for your rich end user interface? Have you thought about the costs running on cloud services that seem cheaper than hosting on your own hardware? What other open questions and second thoughts do you have that keep you from making a… read more