Dynatrace Introduces New Infrastructure Monitoring Module
February 05, 2020
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Dynatrace announced the next generation of its Infrastructure Monitoring module in its all-in-one Software Intelligence Platform.

The latest upgrades, including enhanced AI, expanded out-of-the-box observability, and the ability to create custom metrics from log events, provide Dynatrace customers with greater efficiency, simplicity and speed as they undergo digital transformation.

“With our new enhancements, our radically different approach to infrastructure observability just got a whole lot better,” said Steve Tack, SVP of Product Management at Dynatrace. “From the beginning we built Dynatrace to deliver full-stack observability to dynamic, cloud-first environments. Our latest infrastructure monitoring module leverages the answers-first approach delivered by the AI and advanced automation capabilities at the core of our all-in-one Software Intelligence Platform. As a result, Dynatrace enables IT teams to keep up with growing complexity and removes the need for multiple tools and manual do-it-yourself approaches. This helps these teams lead their organizations through digital transformation with speed, simplicity, and confidence.”

New enhancements to the Dynatrace Infrastructure Monitoring module include:

- Extended out-of-the-box observability for cloud-native environments – Dynatrace now automatically ingests data from additional sources, including new AWS and Azure services, Kubernetes-native events, Prometheus OpenMetrics, and Spring Micrometer metrics. This provides out-of-the-box, comprehensive observability at scale, plus more precise answers to enable faster problem resolution, improved productivity, and rapid innovation in multi-cloud environments.

- Custom metrics and events from log monitoring – The Dynatrace platform can now create custom metrics and events based on log data so organizations can extend infrastructure observability to any application, script, or process that writes to a log file. This facilitates tool consolidation, and reduces the cost and effort involved in manual administration.

- Smarter infrastructure monitoring – The Dynatrace Davis AI engine now automatically provides thresholds and baselining algorithms for all infrastructure performance and reliability metrics, extending root-cause analysis and enabling organizations to easily scale infrastructure monitoring without manual configuration in dynamic cloud environments. As a result, organizations gain access to precise answers in real time, supporting faster innovation while ensuring infrastructure performance and availability.

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