Andreas Grabner

Andreas Grabner has 20+ years of experience as a software developer, tester and architect and is an advocate for high-performing cloud scale applications. He is a regular contributor to the DevOps community, a frequent speaker at technology conferences and regularly publishes articles on blog.dynatrace.com. You can follow him on Twitter: @grabnerandi

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Andreas Grabner's articles

Shift-Left in Jenkins: How to implement Performance Signature with Dynatrace

Shift-Left with Dynatrace: Automating Performance Feedback with AWS, Mesos and Containers

Monitoring the Microsoft HoloLens Experience with Dynatrace OpenKit

Successful Cloud Migration Tip: Eliminate excessive SQL

What I learned in my 80 hours with Singapore Cloud Transformation Leaders

Optimizing DynamoDB Access Patterns to avoid Performance Impact

Accelerating Functional Test Automation Analysis with Selenium and Dynatrace

Optimizing Engineering Productivity on Atlassian with Addteq and Dynatrace

Optimizing Jenkins to ensure fast build times with Dynatrace

Optimizing Kubernetes to reduce flaky tests in CI/CD with Dynatrace

The State of Enterprise Cloud Adoption in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia

Best of DevOps Tallinn 2018 – a PurePerformance Recap!

Continuous Feedback Experience Redefined at HCL: Dynatrace + SAP CF + UFO

Monitoring AWS Fargate with Dynatrace: Testing it in the Field

Breaking the Monolith: An 8 Step Recipe

2 years of PurePerformance Podcasting: And we keep PERFORMING!

Mean Time to Instrumentation: A Key Metric for your next Monitoring Tool Evaluation

Unbreakable Delivery Pipeline: Mid-Tour Backstage Report

How to write a Custom Dynatrace Problem Notification Integration

Enterprise Cloud: ECS, Microservices and Dynatrace at Neiman Marcus

AWS, Docker and Dynatrace: Supporting Citrix in their Agile Operations Transformation

Fearless from Monolith to Serverless with Dynatrace

Dynatrace AI In Action: Rogue Python Script Impacting Atlassian DevOps Tools

Seeing Dynatrace AI in Action: RabbitMQ, Cassandra, JVM Memory