What are Microservices?
Microservices is an approach to application design that centers on breaking applications into a large number of small independent services that work together to deliver the required functionality. Microservices architectures bring several benefits, including increased development agility, ability to scale performance more effectively and improved reliability. Microservices are often built to leverage cloud-native functionality like serverless functions although they can also leverage Kubernetes.
Tame your microservice architecture
With automatic instrumentation for dynamic microservices, high fidelity data in context throughout every transaction for greater precision, and unique hybrid support to view the entire cloud and all dependencies in real-time with no blind spots.
Many microservices, one agent
While other monitoring solutions require an agent for every different technology, Dynatrace sees it all with a single agent. With the Dynatrace OneAgent you don’t need to manually discover or instrument microservices – just install the OneAgent and Dynatrace does the rest.
See what makes Dynatrace unique
See it all in-context, including metrics, logs, traces, entity relationships, UX, behavior, and vulnerability scores.
Make it easy with automatic deploy, config, discovery, topology, performance, updates, and more.
Free your time with precise answers for proactive problem resolution and performance improvements.
Eliminate silos and accelerate teamwork with a single source of truth for your Biz, Dev, Sec and Ops teams.
User experience & business analytics
Deliver remarkable experiences across every user journey and maximize business KPIs and revenue.
Monitoring a microservice and containerized environment with traditional monitoring tools is both cumbersome and ineffective. Dynatrace’s ability to give container level metrics and application performance with a single install on the host dramatically reduces the effort required to maintain our environment.Mark Kaplan Senior Director IT BARBRI Inc.