Dynatrace and Microsoft Expand Collaboration
September 09, 2021
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Dynatrace and Microsoft expanded their strategic collaboration to help organizations accelerate innovation and tame cloud complexity.

As part of this, the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform will be available as native SaaS on Microsoft Azure, providing customers increased flexibility and choice when selecting cloud service providers.

In addition, the Dynatrace platform will be available natively in the Microsoft Azure Portal, making Dynatrace setup automatic while also streamlining procurement and simplifying the user experience. These enhancements make it easier than ever for Dynatrace’s and Microsoft’s joint customers to leverage Dynatrace’s deep cloud observability, advanced AIOps, and continuous runtime application security capabilities in Microsoft Azure and multicloud environments.

“... the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform will be available on Microsoft Azure so customers can intelligently monitor and manage their Azure and multicloud workloads, automate manual processes, accelerate cloud adoption, and benefit from modernization initiatives,” said Casey McGee, VP, Global ISV Sales, Microsoft. “In addition, making Dynatrace available natively in the Azure portal and available in the Azure Marketplace will make it easy for customers to find and realize the benefits of this powerful solution.”

Dynatrace’s native presence in the Azure Portal enables customers to:

- Procure and deploy the Dynatrace platform with just a few clicks and consolidate billing through the Azure Marketplace.

- Easily send Azure logs and metrics to Dynatrace, adding to Dynatrace distributed tracing and code-level analysis for complete observability.

- View and manage Azure resources monitored by Dynatrace.

- Automatically receive Dynatrace software updates.

- Access the Dynatrace platform with Single Sign-On using Azure credentials.

“Microsoft is a critical partner, and we share a goal to empower the world’s largest organizations to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives,” said Mike Maciag, CMO at Dynatrace. “Delivering the Dynatrace platform as native SaaS on Microsoft Azure makes it easy for more organizations to leverage Dynatrace’s ... observability, AIOps, and application security to tame the most complex cloud environments, reduce risk and manual effort, and drive more innovation.”

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