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, finding a similar problem would only take us minutes to identify, saving us precious time and resources.”
Dynatrace has long provided code-level visibility for Java, .NET, and PHP. Code-level visibility is now also available for Node.js services! You can use Dynatrace to access Node.js code-level insights in several different ways.Global CPU profilerThe environment-wide CPU profiler view shows the CPU activity of all monitored processes down to the code level, enabling you to profile the CPU consumption of each individual process, process group, service…. - Read the whole story.The post Code-level visibility now available for Node.js appeared first on #monitoringlife.
As the great Danish physicist, Niels Bohr, famously said, “Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.” While predicting the future with any certainty remains a challenge for most things in life, Dynatrace has been working hard to make it possible for you to predict your environment’s future service load. By collecting information and metrics related to past load, user traffic, and performance, it’s now possible to make short-term predictions about the service load and traffic that your environment will encounter in the future! Such service load forecasts enable you to design an implement intelligent microservices provisioning modules within third-party cluster-management systems…. - Read the whole story.The post How to ask your monitoring system about the future appeared first on #monitoringlife.
When working with applications that have more than about 20 user actions, it can be a real challenge to track down specific user actions for analysis. Now you can easily search for specific user actions based on name or domain directly from each application’s User actions page…. - Read the whole story.The post Simplified search for specific user actions appeared first on #monitoringlife.
Now you can analyze the performance and frequency of individual mobile-app user actions in real time on the new User actions tab!Immediately after instrumenting your iOS or Android mobile app, Dynatrace OneAgent automatically identifies the top user actions that your app relies on. User actions such as app startup, page loads, and even user clicks within the app are monitored out of the box…. - Read the whole story.The post Monitor performance of iOS and Android mobile-app user actions appeared first on #monitoringlife.
There’s nothing more disastrous for a mobile-app publisher than a new version release with a high crash rate. If your latest app release results in a high number of crashes, you’re guaranteed of providing your users with poor user experience—and a good reason for them to give your app a negative marketplace review. This is why the latest release of Dynatrace provides automatic detection of unusually high crash rates within specific versions of mobile iOS and Android apps…. - Read the whole story.The post Real-time crash-rate detection for iOS and Android mobile-app versions appeared first on #monitoringlife.
Dynatrace has taken a major step forward in its charting and dashboarding capabilities! We’ve introduced powerful new filtering options that enable you to set up custom dashboards in support of the unique monitoring needs of individual teams. Your teams can now focus on the specific hosts, applications, and/or services that are relevant to their work. We’ve also introduced new charting options that enable you to build custom charts that focus on relevant subsets of the host, service, and database metrics in your environment. You can even combine custom metrics to create unique charts that directly support your teams’ requirements…. - Read the whole story.The post Use filtering to build more effective dashboards and charts appeared first on #monitoringlife.