Dynatrace Extends AIOps for Databases
April 21, 2022
Share this

Dynatrace extended its advanced AIOps capabilities for leading database environments, including Oracle and Microsoft SQL.

New out-of-the-box extensions enable DevOps teams and database administrators (DBAs) to automatically surface and proactively act on precise, real-time answers about the relationship between their database infrastructure and applications. This allows them to proactively resolve issues such as inefficient database queries before they impact service availability, performance, and user experience. Additionally, newly released application program interface (API) endpoints enable development teams to extend their observability-as-code practices to databases. This makes it easier to proactively provision, scale, and optimize databases to deliver better digital experiences faster, and with greater efficiency.

Building on Dynatrace’s existing database observability capabilities, including auto-detection of databases, as well as analytics detailing their usage and performance, these latest advancements further enhance the Dynatrace platform’s ability to deliver the most precise answers from the broadest array of data sources, in real time, at scale, and in context. By reinforcing the platform’s position as a single solution for modern cloud observability, these advancements also improve cross-team collaboration among DevOps and DBA teams and help them drive better business outcomes, together.

“Dynatrace dramatically reduces the complexity of databases, which remain central to all modern applications,” said Steve Tack, SVP of Product Management at Dynatrace. “With this release, we are advancing observability and AIOps for databases by providing a holistic, precise, and real-time view into the impact database health and performance have on applications, user experiences, and business KPIs. This enables DevOps and DBA teams to collaborate more effectively and efficiently to deliver better experiences, faster.”

Dynatrace database observability for Oracle is generally available today. Support for Microsoft SQL Server will be generally available within 90 days, and support for additional database platforms will be announced later in 2022.

Share this

The Latest

June 23, 2022

Digital businesses don't invest in monitoring for monitoring's sake. They do it to make the business run better. Every dollar spent on observability — every hour your team spends using monitoring tools or responding to what they reveal — should tie back directly to business outcomes: conversions, revenues, brand equity. If they don't? You might be missing the forest for the trees ...

June 22, 2022

Every day, companies are missing customer experience (CX) "red flags" because they don't have the tools to observe CX processes or metrics. Even basic errors or defects in automated customer interactions are left undetected for days, weeks or months, leading to widespread customer dissatisfaction. In fact, poor CX and digital technology investments are costing enterprises billions of dollars in lost potential revenue ...

June 21, 2022

Organizations are moving to microservices and cloud native architectures at an increasing pace. The primary incentive for these transformation projects is typically to increase the agility and velocity of software release and product innovation. These dynamic systems, however, are far more complex to manage and monitor, and they generate far higher data volumes ...

June 16, 2022

Global IT teams adapted to remote work in 2021, resolving employee tickets 23% faster than the year before as overall resolution time for IT tickets went down by 7 hours, according to the Freshservice Service Management Benchmark Report from Freshworks ...

June 15, 2022

Once upon a time data lived in the data center. Now data lives everywhere. All this signals the need for a new approach to data management, a next-gen solution ...

June 14, 2022

Findings from the 2022 State of Edge Messaging Report from Ably and Coleman Parkes Research show that most organizations (65%) that have built edge messaging capabilities in house have experienced an outage or significant downtime in the last 12-18 months. Most of the current in-house real-time messaging services aren't cutting it ...

June 13, 2022
Today's users want a complete digital experience when dealing with a software product or system. They are not content with the page load speeds or features alone but want the software to perform optimally in an omnichannel environment comprising multiple platforms, browsers, devices, and networks. This calls into question the role of load testing services to check whether the given software under testing can perform optimally when subjected to peak load ...
June 09, 2022

Networks need to be up and running for businesses to continue operating and sustaining customer-facing services. Streamlining and automating network administration tasks enable routine business processes to continue without disruption, eliminating any network downtime caused by human error or other system flaws ...

June 08, 2022

Enterprises have had access to various Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) tools for quite a few years, to guide in their project selection and execution lifecycle. Yet, in spite of the digital evolution of management software, many organizations still fail to construct an effective PPM plan or utilize cutting-edge management tools ...

June 07, 2022

It has become increasingly difficult for DevOps and SRE teams to minimize the impact of issues and ensure high-quality end-user experiences. In this blog, I'm going to propose a new approach to support real-time use cases — edge observability — that enables you to detect issues as they occur and resolve them in minutes ...