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

CPU consumption of top service requests

Simplified custom-service setup

.NET custom services and standalone applications

Improved root cause analysis of service failures

Detection of process shutdowns and crashes

Cleaner URLs and resource-request settings

Dynatrace goes .NET

Dynatrace goes JMS and RabbitMQ!

Historical trends in Web requests now available

Dynatrace adds Cassandra monitoring via Thrift

Full granular visibility into RMI Calls

Introducing MongoDB support for Java

Root cause detection for 404 broken-link errors

New and improved process pages

There’s a new kid in town: Node.js monitoring

See Web request services within all processes!

Top Performance Problems discussed at the Hadoop and Cassandra Summits

Why Averages Suck and Percentiles are Great

The Top Java Memory Problems – Part 2

Pagination with Cassandra and what we can learn from it

NoSQL or RDBMS? – Are we asking the right questions?

Why Object Caches need to be Memory-sensitive – Guest Blog by Christopher André

How Garbage Collection differs in the three big JVMs

The Top Java Memory Problems – Part 1