One of the most outstanding Dynatrace benefits is the ability to view your entire environment within Smartscape, our real-time environment-topology visualization tool. An enhancement to our existing API now enables API consumers to query the details of the relationships between the applications, services, and hosts within an environment…. – Read the whole story.
Not all user actions share the same priority for your business. User actions that are vital to the success of your business require elevated visibility. This is why “key” user actions—those actions that you’ve identified as being vital to the success of your business—now have their own standalone dashboard tile. We’ve also made it easier for you to track your business’ success toward conversion goals by introducing two new conversion-goal tiles…. – Read the whole story.
Earlier this year, we introduced Service flow view to visualize service requests from end-to-end, making it possible for you to see the sequences of service calls that result from each individual web request. While valuable, Service flow view lacked the ability to correlate its insights with the applications and user actions that initially trigger these sequences. We’ve now enhanced Service flow so that its insights are presented within the context of associated applications and user actions…. – Read the whole story.
PurePath technology has always been at the heart of what we do at Dynatrace, since our earliest days. PurePath technology is now once again taking center stage, this time as a key benefit of the new Dynatrace platform (both SaaS and Managed offerings). PurePaths can now be accessed in a variety of ways in conjunction with the advanced analytics features that you’ve come to know and love: Service flow, backtraces, response time distribution, and much more…. – Read the whole story.
More than simply knowing the types of processes in your environment (e.g., Java or .NET), Dynatrace understands the technologies that underlie those processes. For example, Dynatrace understands when a Java process is comprised of a Tomcat or a Jetty — in many cases it even knows the versions of these technologies. For the first time, we’re making this information available to you on each Process page…. – Read the whole story.
Following the release of Dynatrace Managed v102, it’s time to share a quick overview of the new functionality that we’ve developed to make deployment and configuration of Dynatrace Managed easier than ever…. – Read the whole story.
We’ve redesigned our Problem details page to make it even easier to see root-cause analysis insights and the impact of problems on individual components, at a glance.
While the type of information included on each Problem page hasn’t changed, we’ve improved the design of the page to more clearly show all impacted services and components on the left-hand side and all root-cause analysis detail on the right-hand side. We’ve also introduced consistent iconography across the page for all impacted services and components, making it easy to track specific entities within the Visual resolution path…. – Read the whole story.
You can now filter Dynatrace problem notifications that are sent via email, Slack, HipChat, or other messaging services based on custom component tags. Applying custom tags to the monitored components in your environment enables you to route select problem notifications directly to responsible teams and 3rd party messaging systems. This dramatically reduces the number of extraneous notifications that your teams receive…. – Read the whole story.
ASP.NET Core support for .NET Framework 4.x is now in beta. ASP.NET Core processes that are IIS-hosted are monitored automatically. For non-IIS-hosted processes, simply enable monitoring for the .NET processes and then restart them. You’ll then see response times, method level details, as well as database activity for your ASP.NET Core application…. – Read the whole story.
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