Alois Mayr

Alois Mayr is Principal Product Manager at Dynatrace and focuses on Kubernetes and cloud-native observability. He works closely with users, customers, and partners on Kubernetes observability challenges and loves solving hard problems in this area. He recharges his batteries by doing outdoor activities like mountain biking in beautiful Austria.

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Kubernetes in the wild report 2023

Simplify observability for all your custom metrics (Part 4: Prometheus)

Expand application and infrastructure observability with operational insights into Kubernetes pods

Get deep Kubernetes observability with the new cloud application view (Early Adopter)

Extend visibility into workload and cluster health by leveraging native Kubernetes events

AI-powered, automated observability and deep visibility into serverless apps running on Google Cloud Run

Get automated full-stack visibility into containerd-based Kubernetes environments

Automatic monitoring of applications and microservices in AWS Fargate

Automated full-stack monitoring and distributed tracing for Red Hat OpenShift 4.0

Enhanced visibility into Kubernetes cluster utilization and health

Get automated full-stack visibility into your CRI-O Kubernetes containers (Beta)

Get ready for extended container-monitoring capabilities

Extend native Cloud Foundry support with BOSH Process Manager (bpm) monitoring (Beta)

Enable Dynatrace OneAgent in Istio service mesh

Leverage Google Cloud properties to organize monitored entities

OneAgent Operator release for your K8S and OpenShift environments

Google App Engine application monitoring now available (beta)

Dynatrace monitoring for Kubernetes and OpenShift

Monitoring multi-cloud platforms with Kubernetes & Cloud Foundry

Dynatrace is first monitoring solution to provide full-stack insight into Cloud Foundry

Monitoring Docker container environments

Dynatrace monitoring for Cloud Foundry PaaS

Monitoring is key to Docker success in production

Full-stack Docker performance monitoring: From containers to applications