Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform to be Available Natively on Google Cloud
October 12, 2021
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Dynatrace has expanded its strategic partnership with Google Cloud to help the world’s leading organizations accelerate innovation and tame cloud complexity.

As part of this, the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform will be available as native SaaS on the Google Cloud platform, offering customers increased flexibility and choice when selecting cloud service providers. This enhancement makes it easier than ever for joint customers to leverage Dynatrace’s deep cloud observability, continuous runtime application security, and advanced AIOps capabilities, along with the power of Google Cloud’s platform.

“Extensive observability, advanced AIOps, and run-time application security are critical to delivering the best possible digital experiences,” said Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate VP at Google. “With Dynatrace’s advanced capabilities in this space, we are thrilled its Software Intelligence Platform will be available natively on Google Cloud. This is a significant step in the continuing expansion of our strategic partnership. Together, Dynatrace and Google Cloud are playing a central role in helping our customers accelerate critical digital transformation initiatives.”

“We are excited to be working with Google Cloud to help the world’s largest organizations accelerate their digital innovation,” said Mike Maciag, CMO at Dynatrace. “Organizations today require the broadest view of their complex, dynamic multicloud environments. Through Google Cloud’s leading platform and the deep observability, automation, and intelligence Dynatrace delivers, we make it faster, easier, and more efficient to drive innovation in the cloud and scale transformative applications.”

Dynatrace running natively on Google Cloud platform will be available for early access customers within 60 days, with general availability in February 2022.

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