Martin Gutenbrunner

Martin is a member of the Dynatrace Innovation Lab and works as Tech Lead for Azure and Microservices technologies. Before joining Dynatrace, he worked as a Lead Software Developer and Architect on Java web applications for about a decade. Besides that, he is dedicated to software architecture, retro gaming and running.

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Five easy steps to improve your database performance

Easy Azure monitoring with the Dynatrace VM extension

4 Azure secrets you’ll be glad to know about

Boost Java application performance (almost) automatically

Why application monitoring works better without alerts

How to achieve outstanding performance with MongoDB monitoring

The era of servlet containers is over

How to load-balance microservices at web-scale

How to distribute a database among microservices

How to get into microservices real quick

How to identify a Java memory leak

7-minute-workout: Why process responsiveness is really a key-metric

How-to monitor high-performance messaging systems

Three ways to analyze your failure rate

How to get your servers out of coma – First steps in capacity planning and management

How to tune your database in two minutes

I do DevOps #LikeAGirl

Newsletter: Succeeding with Dynatrace

Dynatrace Cheat Sheet: Microservices and SOA

SOA or microservices? (It doesn’t matter a pair of fetid dingo’s kidneys)

Dynatrace adds method level visibility to improve DevOps collaboration

How to keep up-to-date on the architecture as a system architect

FDI analytics of network performance problems

A Dynatrace Success Story