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 Senior Principal, Product, Application & Microservices, I am doing my best to build those experiences into Dynatrace.

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All new OneAgent features to be initially released as Early Adopter Releases

Automated and fine-grained control of monitoring at scale (Early Adopter Release)

Enhanced code-level visibility & profiling capabilities

Analyze the top web requests across all your services

Context-specific drill down menus simplify service analysis

Use Java annotations to define custom services

Solaris support for Java & Apache HTTP Server now available

Analyze the top SQL & NoSQL statements across all your databases

Understand & analyze all exceptions across your application landscape

Custom automated process-group naming for large dynamic environments

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

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

Better understand response time differences over time using compare mode

Cassandra CQL3 support is coming to Dynatrace

Improved failure detection for functional errors based on request attributes

Multi-dimensional analysis views for service metrics and custom metrics

Management of your entities just went from cool to awesome!

Service flow now includes problem indicators & throughput analysis

Track business transactions using advanced request naming rules

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

Define your own process group properties via environment variables and Kubernetes annotations

End-to-end request tracing across JMS and RabbitMQ queues

Request attributes: Support for .NET method argument capture

Easily understand which load balancers, processes, & hosts are part of your service flow