Dynatrace has announced the release of PurePath 4. PurePath is a distributed tracing and code analysis tool, and version 4 expands support for OpenTelemetry, W3C Trace Context, and the latest cloud-native architectures, like service mesh and serverless computing for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
“We pioneered distributed tracing with the introduction of PurePath in 2006, and we’ve advanced this technology with each shift in application development and cloud computing, now to the latest cloud-native apps and architectures,” said Steve Tack, senior vice president of product management at Dynatrace. “And as a key contributor to OpenTelemetry and founding member and co-chair of the W3C Distributed Tracing Working Group, we are big supporters of the open standards movement around the traceability of modern environments. These open standards extend the reach of our observability, and as the only observability platform that automatically integrates high-fidelity, best-in-class distributed tracing with log monitoring and advanced AIOps capabilities, we see a great opportunity to bring extended value to our many multicloud customers.”
StorMagic expands HPE partnership
The joint solution will help meet the requirements for compute, storage, and networking at the edge. These include simplicity, high density, and the ability to deliver 100 percent uptime.
“HPE is one of few server vendors that is designing servers specifically for the edge, and has incorporated the same high-performance technologies and security found in their datacenter-class systems,” said Brian Grainger, CRO and board member of StorMagic. “Paired with SvSAN, the clusters are small, easy to manage and deliver 100 percent uptime. Our joint solution is ideal for edge environments, which can be found in a multitude of locations, like small datacenters, factories, distribution centers or remote and branch offices.”
Quantum expands ActiveScale object storage portfolio
The enhancements focus on data security, increased capacity efficiency, and performance. Quantum also added an entry level configuration to its portfolio.
According to Quantum, these new capabilities advance the company’s strategy to be a leading provider of management and storage services for unstructured data.