Dynatrace boosts Synthetic Monitoring with auto-synchronized credentials from external vaults

Dynatrace ensures continuous software quality by combining synthetic monitoring and automatic release validation

Synthetic monitoring vs. real user monitoring: Understanding best practices

What is synthetic monitoring? How emulating user paths improves outcomes

Dynatrace helps global enterprises build robust and scalable Private Synthetic locations

Private Synthetic Monitoring locations now also supported on Ubuntu 20

Full support for Google’s Core Web Vitals improves your user experience and search rankings

Revamped HTTP monitor detail pages to effortlessly monitor API endpoints and mobile back-end services

Maximized cloud-region coverage with Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring

New web performance insights with additional metrics and enhanced Visually complete for synthetic monitors

Management of synthetic monitors using the credential vault is now easier than ever

Easily monitor your entire infrastructure with Dynatrace Synthetic monitors

Private Synthetic Monitoring locations now supported on Red Hat 8, Ubuntu 18, and CentOS 8

4 steps to modernize your IT service operations with Dynatrace

Easy SLA and SLO reporting for all your API endpoints with public synthetic HTTP monitors

Install private Synthetic monitoring locations on Linux faster with the new automated workflow

Explore and analyze Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics data in Dynatrace

Additional security for Synthetic monitor credentials with the new credential vault

Easily handle proxy configurations in your private browser monitors with Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) file support

Validating non-HTTP Service SLAs with Dynatrace

Start monitoring your web application’s availability with one click

Making Ops Life Easier: Automating SLA Monitoring for Deployed Services on Kubernetes

Latest management zone update improves collaboration for Synthetic Monitoring

New IP addresses for Dynatrace Synthetic improve safety and scalability