Dynatrace provides full insights into Sitecore performance, monitoring your full application stack 24/7.
Dynatrace enhances Sitecore with all information you need to optimize user experience, monitor Sitecore application performance 24x7, and identify performance issues down to code level in seconds, even in pre-production.
“Dynatrace complements the SitecoreExperience Platform by providing insight into how the SitecoreApp, .NET, custom code, and other ecosystem integrations are performing to ensure that companies continue to provide their end user customers with outstanding digital experiences.”
Griffin Packard, Sitecore Ecosystem Partner Director
“Dynatrace was a critical factor in driving down problem resolution times in Pre-Production from weeks to minutes and hours, even for the most complex problems.”
“The insight Dynatrace provides into the delivered user experience for every single customer, combined with what’s happening right across the application stack is truly remarkable.”
“We required a tool that allowed us to monitor the resources on our platform without any code changes and identify bottlenecks in the performance and potential stability problems.”
Dynatrace provides application performance monitoring for your entire technology stack in a unified digital performance management solution. It is your one stop shop for digital experience monitoring, application performance management, and infrastructure and cloud metrics.
As part of the Sitecore Digital Survivor Series, Dave Anderson of Dynatrace covers these topics:
Scott Stocker (@sestocker), Sitcore Practice Lead at Perficient, tells us the background of a recent load testing engagement on an ASP.NET App running on Sitecore. Turns out that even these apps on the popular Microsoft platform suffer from the same architectural and implementation patterns as we see everywhere else. Bypassing the caching layer through FastQuery resulted in excessive SQL, which caused the system to not scale, but crumble. Scott tells us how they identified this issue and what his approach as an architect is to proactively identify most common performance and scalability problems.