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Live webinar: An inside look at very large enterprise deployments of Dynatrace
Wednesday, June 26, 4:00 pm CEST / 10:00 am EDT
Learn from the experience and know how to deploy Dynatrace at a large scale using the most optimal methods, avoid early on problems from becoming large issues later, and maximize adoption rates.
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While mainframe performance tuning has been a well-known discipline for decades, to do efficient application performance management, it’s essential that you have the ability to follow transactions end-to-end to understand which services, applications, and user actions trigger which mainframe program calls. In this session, Christian Schram, Senior Sales Engineer at Dynatrace, gives us a hands-on introduction to Dynatrace's brand new IBM System z Mainframe Support. It allows customers to: • Quickly identify which Web, Mobile or Cloud applications are firing off costly Mainframe transactions • Locate CPU hotspots • Avoid redundancies • And even benefit from IBM's Mobile or Cloud Workload Pricing discount Also, make sure to have your questions ready as we are opening up for public Q&A at the end of the session!
Stay up-to-date and download the latest AppMon version today! For a description of the critical fixes and enhancements included in AppMon 7.2.12 and 7.1.27 click on the link.
Keptn is an open source enterprise-grade control plane for cloud-native delivery and automated operations. Keptn integrates with Dynatrace for continuous performance as a service, automated quality gates, blue/green production deployments as well as for event-driven runbook automation. In this Performance Clinic Andreas Grabner, DevOps Activist at Dynatrace, shows you how to: * Deploy keptn on Kubneretes * Connect your Dynatrace Tenant to keptn * Onboard your microservices on a keptn-orchestrated unbreakable continuous delivery & automated operations pipeline Also, make sure to have your questions ready as we are opening up for public Q&A at the end of the session!
Introducing support for Oracle and OpenJDK 11.
Wednesday, May 15th at 4pm CET / 10am ET In our first Synthetic Getting Started session we showed you how to setup your own synthetic monitors and how to automate them into your DevOps delivery pipeline. In this session Philipp Kastner, Technical Product Manager at Dynatrace, gives us a hands-on deep dive into use cases such as: Analyzing Synthetic Performance and Errors, Link Synthetic with FullStack Data and how to monitor your internal applications and services by setting up your own synthetic locations. Also, make sure to have your questions ready as we are opening up for public Q&A at the end of the session!
Dynatrace Real User Monitoring automatically captures every user, their behavior and lots of metadata such as geolocation, browser, timings and more. Session and User Action Properties are a new way to enhance this metadata with domain and business specific data that is relevant for your applications. Join this Performance Clinic and hear from Klaus Enzenhofer, Technical Product Manager at Dynatrace, on how to feed additional business data from your own code execution or external monitoring tools such as Adobe or Google Analytics to Dynatrace. Klaus will do a hands-on walkthrough on configuration, analytics, and integration use cases such as leveraging the Dynatrace User Session Query Language (USQL) to integrate this data with other 3rd party business analytics tools. Also, make sure to have your questions ready as we are opening up for public Q&A at the end of the session!
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