Dynatrace Announces Premium High Availability
June 25, 2020
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Dynatrace announced the addition of a new Premium High Availability deployment option for Dynatrace Managed, its managed offering that extends Dynatrace’s SaaS architecture to hybrid clouds.

Organizations using Dynatrace Managed in a single region, and those using Dynatrace SaaS, have always had uninterrupted advanced observability. This new Premium High Availability option brings that same level of high availability to organizations with elevated data security and compliance requirements and who are deploying Dynatrace Managed across multiple distributed data centers.

Dynatrace Premium High Availability offers instant recovery in the case of failure. In addition, it assures high availability by using a fully automatic, active-active cluster configuration, which load balances and, in the event of a failure, instantly switches loads to the working cluster. This deployment option also eliminates the need for standby, passive disaster recovery clusters and the associated infrastructure required to store and transfer backup data.

Steve Tack, Dynatrace SVP of Product Management, said, “We have always provided organizations the flexibility to deploy Dynatrace in their data center or cloud of choice while maintaining the benefits of a SaaS platform. Our Dynatrace Managed option is preferred by organizations with strict regulatory compliance requirements such as those in the banking, healthcare, and government sectors. For organizations with deployments across globally distributed, multi-, and hybrid-cloud environments, we are pleased to offer this new Dynatrace Managed option to ensure uninterrupted advanced observability.”

Dynatrace Premium High Availability will be available for early adopter customers in July and will be generally available within 60 days.

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