Full stack performance management, powered by artificial intelligence (Dynatrace SaaS and Managed were developed under the name Dynatrace Ruxit)
Within the Dynatrace platform, Dynatrace SaaS and Managed was built for cloud-based applications and microservices architectures as these highly dynamic application environments require a new approach to monitoring.
Dynatrace SaaS and Managed 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.”
As Dynatrace user session analysis has been in beta release for some time now, we’ve had a chance to address your feedback and improve the views and workflow for some of the use cases. Over the past weeks, we’ve made numerous small, but valuable, improvements to Dynatrace user session analysis and search views. This post brings you up-to-date with the latest changes. User tag and error events One of the most … read moreThe post User session analysis and search enhancements appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Automatic and multidimensional performance baselining of all your service requests is a powerful way to quickly detect abnormal behavior in your environment. While baseline violations serve as great trigger events for initiating deeper problem analysis, not all potential real user impact can be detected solely based on statistical alerts. This is why each problem discovered by Dynatrace now includes a Business impact analysis section that quickly shows you the impact of the problem on … read moreThe post Business impact analysis now provided with each detected problem appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Waterfall analysis view of user actions enables you to see which resources are loaded with each user action and the impact that individual resources have on overall user action duration. For some time now, we’ve provided you with the option of viewing summaries of action duration analysis based on resource type. As you can see in the example below, by selecting group by type from the drop list, you can view summary … read moreThe post User action resource timings can now be grouped by domain appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Dynatrace automatically generates user action names based on either underlying HTML page file names (for example, Loading of page index.html) or XHR URLs (for example, http://example.com/api/login). An earlier article explains your options for automated user action naming and explores how you can configure the default naming of user actions. This article focuses on recent enhancements to user-action naming and extraction rules. To add a new user action naming rule From the navigation menu, select Applications. … read moreThe post Automatic user-action naming based on page metadata appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
One of the key features of Dynatrace Real user monitoring is our ability to uniquely identify your users across different browsers and devices. This enables you to analyze the user experience of individual users during user session analysis. Dynatrace initially assigns a unique, random ID to each new user. There are however a few different ways to assign more meaningful user tags to your users. You may already know how to use … read moreThe post Automatic identification of users based on page metadata appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Dynatrace now provides a Cost and traffic control setting that you can use to reduce your session usage while monitoring your mobile apps. By default, Dynatrace captures all user actions and user sessions for analysis. This approach ensures complete insight into your application’s performance and customer experience. With the new Cost and traffic control setting, you can optionally reduce the granularity of user-action and user-session analysis by capturing a lower … read moreThe post Cost & traffic control for mobile app monitoring appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.