Full stack performance management, powered by artificial intelligence (Dynatrace was developed under the name Dynatrace Ruxit)
Dynatrace was built for cloud-based applications and microservices architectures as these highly dynamic application environments require a new approach to monitoring.
Dynatrace is the most efficient way to monitor web-scale applications:
“After deploying a new release, we spent over 30 hours trying to find a performance problem. Once we found the issue, it only took us 30 minutes to fix it. With Dynatrace application performance monitoring, finding a similar problem would only take us minutes to identify, saving us precious time and resources.”
Dynatrace failure detection automatically detects the vast majority of error conditions in your environment, including the underlying root causes of such error conditions. With this approach, Dynatrace is able to provide you with answers when problems occur or when your application performance drops. While automated failure detection works well for technical errors that require the […]The post Improved failure detection for functional errors based on request attributes appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
OneAgent Java Improved Oracle WebLogic process group detection. Detection now evaluates the WebLogic domain and cluster configuration of each WebLogic process. Support for IIOP remote services for Oracle WebLogic Support for Jetty HTTP Client 9.x Node.js Node.js version 7.x will be deprecated with Dynatrace version 135 PHP Support for PHP version 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5 […]The post OneAgent & Security Gateway release notes version v1.133 appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Enhanced LDAP user/group matching Previously Dynatrace matched users and groups based only on the distinguished name of a group (group DN). Now Dynatrace matches users and groups based on any type of group name, for example, a user’s primary group (gidNumber) or common names (CN). Simplified publicly-available Security Gateway configuration Dynatrace Security Gateway is a routing component […]The post Dynatrace Managed feature update, Version 132 appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
“Serverless” aka Function as a Service (FaaS) is the hot new technology everybody is talking about these days and AWS Lambda is currently the most popular offering in this space. Of course, FaaS is not a silver bullet and it doesn’t supersede everything that’s been here before. I’d rather say that the various ways to […]The post AWS Lambda monitoring done right appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
WebHooks are our go-to “Swiss Army knife” solution for notifying 3rd party systems about Dynatrace-detected problems where we have no out-of-the-box integration. By allowing you to additionally specify custom HTTP header fields within WebHooks, custom WebHook integration is now more flexible than ever. The Custom integration (aka, WebHook) option for custom problem-notification integration (see callout below) enables […]The post Custom HTTP header support for problem notification WebHooks appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Because “Synthetic monitoring” is such a widely used standard term for the automated availability monitoring of web applications, we’ve decided it’s time for a renaming of our web check monitoring functionality. Dynatrace now offers the following types of synthetic monitors: Browser monitors (previously known as “Availability web checks”) These monitors simulate a single page view […]The post Web checks have a new name: Synthetic monitoring appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.