Microland Partners with Dynatrace for Observability as a Service
December 06, 2022
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Microland announced a partnership with Dynatrace in which the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform will become a core component of Microland's Intelligeni™ AutomatedOps platform for assisted and augmented IT operations to maintain reliable Quality of Service (QoS) across the enterprise infrastructure estate.

Intelligeni™ AutomatedOps is an AI-powered Operations as Code (OaC) platform that combines deep observability, AIOps, hyper-automation and application security to help enterprises achieve order of magnitude improvements in the resilience, reliability, and efficiency of their digital infrastructure. The Dynatrace platform provides AI-powered observability, delivering precise answers and intelligent automation for hybrid and multicloud environments. This strategic agreement will leverage mutual synergies to deliver unparalleled observability across full-stack enterprise digital application and infrastructure environments.

The announcement comes on the heels of Microland advancing to a Premier Partner in the ServiceNow Partner Program. Microland is committed to delivering observability and hyper-automation capabilities on the ServiceNow Platform® that are derived from established Microland IPs, including Intelligeni™ , Microbots, and SmartInsights.

Underscoring the significance of the partnership, Satish Sukumar, Senior Vice President, and Global Head – Platforms, Microland, said, "Our strategic partnership with Dynatrace provides an exciting opportunity for both companies to leverage combined strengths in digital innovation to deliver full-stack, AI-powered observability and improved performance to enterprise customers. Microland's Observability-as-a-Service offering will enable enterprise customers to reap maximum value from their Dynatrace investments and unlock greater value from their enterprise infrastructure investments."

Michael Allen, VP Worldwide Partners, Dynatrace, said, "Dynatrace delivers precise answers and intelligent automation from the enormous amount of data generated by hybrid and multicloud environments. This capability, combined with Microland services and expertise, will help our joint customers to scale their digital transformation initiatives successfully."

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