Dynatrace Platform Available on Microsoft Azure in Switzerland
July 10, 2023
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Dynatrace announced the availability of the Dynatrace® platform on Microsoft Azure in Switzerland.

The Dynatrace platform unifies full-stack observability with runtime application security and advanced AIOps to provide precise answers and intelligent automation from data. This enables organizations to automate cloud operations at scale and deliver software faster and more securely.

Regional availability of Dynatrace on Microsoft Azure in Switzerland will support organizations’ cloud modernization initiatives while meeting local data, security, and compliance requirements.

Availability on the Azure Marketplace provides further benefits by allowing Swiss customers to draw down on their Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC). It also allows customers to take advantage of deep integrations like the Azure Native Dynatrace Service, which automates the monitoring of Azure subscription activity and resource logs and streamlines the Dynatrace deployment experience.

Klaus-Peter Kaul, Regional Director, Switzerland at Dynatrace said, “The extensive observability, application security, and advanced AIOps and automation capabilities that Dynatrace provides are needed more than ever, with 71% of CIOs saying that the complexity of their technology stack has grown beyond the human ability to manage. The expansion of our partnership with Microsoft in the Swiss market will also help us to accelerate the deployment of regional co-developed solutions to power customer cloud modernization initiatives on Azure.”

Primo Amrein, Cloud Lead at Microsoft Switzerland, said, “This expansion in our partnership with Dynatrace will enable organizations in Switzerland to fully leverage their observability and security data to accelerate innovation on the Azure cloud platform. Data residency is a critical concern for many organizations, particularly in highly regulated industries. The ability to offer customers access to leading industry solutions such as Dynatrace through our cloud region is key to our continued expansion, as more Swiss organizations choose the Azure platform to advance their digital transformations.”

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