Dynatrace Releases AI Observability
January 31, 2024
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Dynatrace released Dynatrace® AI Observability, extending its analytics and automation platform to provide holistic observability and security for large language models (LLMs) and generative AI-powered applications.

This enhancement to the Dynatrace® platform enables organizations worldwide to embrace generative AI confidently and cost-effectively as part of their focus on increasing innovation, productivity, and revenue.

Dynatrace® AI Observability is a comprehensive solution. It covers the end-to-end AI stack, including infrastructure, such as Nvidia® GPUs, foundational models, such as GPT4, semantic caches and vector databases, such as Weaviate, and orchestration frameworks, such as LangChain. It also supports the major platforms for building, training, and delivering AI models, including Microsoft® Azure OpenAI Service, Amazon® SageMaker, and Google® AI Platform.

Dynatrace AI Observability leverages the platform’s Davis® AI and other core technologies to deliver a precise and complete view of AI-powered applications. As a result, organizations can provide great user experiences while identifying performance bottlenecks and root causes automatically. Dynatrace AI Observability with Davis AI also helps them comply with privacy and security regulations and governance standards by tracing the origins of the output created by their apps with precision. Additionally, it helps them forecast and control costs by monitoring their consumption of tokens, which are the basic units that generative AI models use to process queries.

“Generative AI is the new frontier of digital transformation,” said Bernd Greifeneder, CTO at Dynatrace. “This technology enables organizations to create innovative solutions that boost productivity, profitability, and competitiveness. While transformational, it also poses new challenges for security, transparency, reliability, experience, and cost management. Organizations need AI observability that covers every aspect of their generative AI solutions to overcome these challenges. Dynatrace is extending its observability and AI leadership to meet this need, helping customers to embrace AI confidently and securely with unparalleled insights into their generative AI-driven applications.”

Dynatrace AI Observability is available now for all Dynatrace customers.

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