Topic: dynatrace

Dynatrace opens its AIOps tool to third-party solutions

Dynatrace has announced that it is releasing an updated version of its AIOps solution, Davis. According to the company, Davis is now powered by newly enhanced algorithms and can ingest data and events from third-party solutions. “Four years ago, we pioneered, and continually improve, a unique, deterministic approach to AI that enabled customers to simplify … continue reading

Editor’s Blog: Dynatrace looks to redefine APM

If Dynatrace had its way, APM would no longer stand for application performance monitoring. In a meeting with the company’s Peter Hack at this week’s Microsoft Ignite conference, he flatly stated:  “No one should be doing monitoring anymore.” In fact, the company’s Network Operations Center in its Waltham, Massachusetts offices has been converted to a … continue reading

Operators make the lifecycle management of containers simpler

Last month, Red Hat launched the Operator Framework for managing Kubernetes applications. The original idea of operators was introduced by CoreOS about a year and a half ago, said Reza Shafii, vice president of products at CoreOS, which was recently acquired by Red Hat. CoreOS had been working on the idea of automated operations, starting … continue reading

Dynatrace Management Zones released to address multi-cloud software challenges

Dynatrace is trying to take on challenges associated with multi-cloud software with the release of Management Zones. The new solution collects performance data across full stack and multi-cloud environments, enabling organizations to ensure that users are able to see the information they need to improve productivity without compromising on security. “Enterprise software is developed, managed … continue reading

76 percent of CIOs say it could become impossible to manage digital performance, as IT complexity soars

Digital performance management company, Dynatrace, today announced the findings of an independent global survey of 800 CIOs, which reveals that 76% of organizations think IT complexity could soon make it impossible to manage digital performance efficiently. The study further highlights that IT complexity is growing exponentially; a single web or mobile transaction now crosses an average … continue reading

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