Michael Kopp

Michael Kopp

Those who know me know that I'm passionate about 3 things: rock climbing, physics, and performance. I've worked in performance monitoring and optimizations in enterprise environments for the better part of the last 10 years. Now as a Product Manager I am doing my best to build those experiences into Dynatrace.

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Michael Kopp's articles

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Dynatrace Managed: Support for SQL bind variables

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End-to-end request tracing for IBM Integration Bus

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End-to-end request tracing across IBM MQ in Java

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Beta support for Akka remoting

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All new OneAgent features to be initially released in beta stage

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Automated & fine-grained control of monitoring at scale

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Enhanced code-level visibility & profiling capabilities

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Analyze the top web requests across all your services

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Context-specific drill down menus simplify service analysis

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Use Java annotations to define custom services

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Solaris support for Java & Apache HTTP Server now available

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Analyze the top SQL & NoSQL statements across all your databases

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Understand & analyze all exceptions across your application landscape

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Custom automated process-group naming for large dynamic environments

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Dynatrace OneAgent SDK for C: Service and transaction monitoring for C++ and other native applications

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Dynatrace OneAgent SDK for Java: End-to-end monitoring for proprietary Java frameworks

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Better understand response time differences over time using compare mode

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Cassandra CQL3 support is coming to Dynatrace

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Improved failure detection for functional errors based on request attributes

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Multi-dimensional analysis views for service metrics and custom metrics

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Management of your entities just went from cool to awesome!

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Service flow now includes problem indicators & throughput analysis

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Track business transactions using advanced request naming rules

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End-to-end tracing now available for batch style queue programs