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.”
Dynatrace recently introduced the ability to capture Java method arguments and use them as request attributes. This valuable new service-monitoring feature enables fine-grain service filtering and performance analysis. By defining request attributes for your service’s requests, you can enable advanced filtering of service requests across all Dynatrace analysis views. Once configured, request attributes help you to better understand the relationships between performance, errors, and application-specific metadata in your requests. In many … read moreThe post Request attributes: Numerical values, aggregations, & deep object access appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Dynatrace is proud to announce the general availability of support for IBM AIX for Java (specifically IBM JVM and WebSphere) and IBM HTTP Server (Apache HTTP server). These two modules have been in Beta for the last six months or so. They’ve proven themselves at numerous customer locations and they’re now ready for prime time. What you get Service monitoring, code-level insights, and real user monitoring for WebSphere and Java with full framework … read moreThe post AIX support for Java & IBM/Apache HTTP Server now in general release appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
When your application experiences memory leaks or high object churn it’s important that you get your hands on the memory dumps so you can analyze these issues. In production environments, this is often quite a challenge as you most likely can’t log into the environment, and you may have no other means of triggering memory dumps. Dynatrace now enables you to both trigger and securely download memory dumps to subsequently … read moreThe post Analyzing memory dumps for Java and Node.js appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Over the past couple of months, we’ve extended Dynatrace service-analysis capabilities with powerful hierarchical filtering with Service flow and back trace view. This filtering has so far only been available in Service flow view and via drill-downs within other views (for example, response time analysis view). We’ve now extended Dynatrace filtering functionality to make it globally available across all service-analysis views. To use extended service-analysis filtering Select Transactions & services from the navigation … read moreThe post Extended service filtering provides even more powerful analysis appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Atlassian Trello is a great tool for visually planning and organizing team tasks. Atlassian Trello also promotes team awareness of open issues and incidents. With our latest release, Dynatrace now supports Trello teams by automating the push of auto-detected problems directly to your Trello boards. Atlassian Trello allows your teams to organize their tasks using boards, lists, and cards. Each board represents a logical grouping of related lists that are associated with … read moreThe post Improve team awareness: Integrate Atlassian Trello & Dynatrace appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.
Dynatrace has long featured numerous capabilities for detecting and analyzing performance problems in your application environment. In addition to performance-analysis features related to services, we have other powerful tools, like the CPU Profiler which enables you not only to understand which are the biggest CPU consumers in your environment but also to drill down to the method level (Java or .NET) of any CPU problem. Dynatrace also automatically detects application crashes … read moreThe post Diagnostic tools now consolidated for easy access appeared first on Dynatrace blog – monitoring redefined.