Full stack performance management with Dynatrace Ruxit, powered by artificial intelligence
Within the Dynatrace platform, Dynatrace Ruxit was built for cloud-based applications and microservices architectures as these highly dynamic application environments require a new approach to monitoring.
Dynatrace Ruxit 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 Ruxit, finding a similar problem would only take us minutes to identify, saving us precious time and resources.”
While Docker container monitoring has been in beta for a while now, beginning with OneAgent v1.99, Docker container monitoring is now generally available to all customers…. - Read the whole story.The post Docker container monitoring now generally available! appeared first on #monitoringlife.
Dynatrace now supports AngularJS 2 applications. As the Angular team changed how bundling and initialization are done in AngularJS 2, we’ve responded with a modification to the Dynatrace AngularJS 2 initialization file that enables RUM user action detection in AngularJS 2 applications…. - Read the whole story.The post Dynatrace now supports AngularJS 2! appeared first on #monitoringlife.
You can now use the global Time frame selector to filter all Hosts monitoring data based on a specific analysis time frame…. - Read the whole story.The post Time frame selector now filters all Hosts monitoring data appeared first on #monitoringlife.
To further improve Dynatrace support for tags, we’ve integrated tag filtering into problem-notification integrations with third-party alert-management and messaging systems, such as Slack and OpsGenie…. - Read the whole story.The post Support for tags within 3rd-party problem-notification integrations appeared first on #monitoringlife.
Dynatrace Ruxit now supports deep monitoring of Apache PHP requests via FastCGI. Until now we’ve only supported mod_php and all types of FPM requests…. - Read the whole story.The post Introducing support for Apache/PHP with FastCGI appeared first on #monitoringlife.