Entries by Andreas Grabner

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How AI Solves the Kubernetes Complexity Conundrum

Kubernetes has certainly earned its reputation as a pivotal part in enterprise IT’s shift from yesterday’s monoliths to today’s more dynamic microservices, containers and multi-cloud infrastructures. But the shift has been a double-edged sword. On the one hand, Kubernetes is a major catalyst for accelerating enterprise digital transformation, providing new opportunities for building, deploying and […]

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Vulnerability Management: Dynatrace’s data driven approach to security

Over the last few years we’ve talked a lot about how at Dynatrace we have changed our development processes in order to deploy new feature releases with every sprint, as well as providing a fast-lane to production that allows us to deploy important updates to our customers within an hour. Read our case study to […]

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AWS EKS Monitoring as a Self-Service with Dynatrace

Kubernetes (k8s) provides basic monitoring through the Kubernetes API and you can find instructions like Top 9 Open Source Tools for Monitoring Kubernetes as a “do it yourself guide”. For EKS – Amazon’s Kubernetes Service – you can get a preview of CloudWatch Container Insights. But every organization I talked with, that is engaged in […]

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How to Optimize Digital Experience and Operations with Dynatrace

I was fortunate enough to get invited to our PerformGo! APAC Series. And while these events are a great opportunity for us Dynatracers to share our thoughts with our users, it’s also an amazing opportunity to for us to learn from our users about how they use Dynatrace to optimize digital experiences and digital operations […]

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Integrating Dynatrace ONE through Chat at NYCM

How can you be a full-time IT Systems Engineer taking care of enterprise infrastructure while also being responsible for enterprise monitoring from an administrative and monitoring as a service perspective? Chad Turner, IT Systems Engineer at NYCM, has shared his secret on how he manages multiple roles with ease. The secret is: Integrating Dynatrace ONE […]

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5 Steps to Accelerate your Cloud Migration with Dynatrace

I wear many hats in my job and while I officially call myself a “DevOps Activist“, my official title at Dynatrace is Director of Strategic Partners. In this role, I am leading a global team that works closely with our strategic partners such as AWS, Microsoft, Google, Pivotal, Red Hat and others. Across the board, […]

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Crashing IBM Notes: Auto-Root Cause Detection with Dynatrace at NYCM

Over the last couple of weeks, Chad Turner from NYCM allowed me to share several internal success stories they had when applying Dynatrace for different Ops Use Cases. If you want to catch up on some of them check out Supporting IT help desk, Supporting Disaster Recovery, or the Making Davis more Human story. This […]

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Troubleshooting Knative Prometheus GC Issues with Dynatrace

In my current work, I spend a lot of time with keptn – an Open Source Control Plane for Continuous Deployment and Automated Operations. I deployed keptn on a GKE cluster and it’s been running there for the past couple of weeks. I have been using it at my current tour through different conferences (Devoxx, […]

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Breaking up the Monolith while Migrating to the Cloud in 6 Steps

When migrating applications to the cloud, we apply one of the 6-R Migration Patterns for each app: Retain, Retire, Re-host, Re-platform, Re-purchase or Re-architecture. Monoliths that get migrated often end up in the Re-Architecture bucket which involves breaking the monolithic code base into smaller components and potentially replacing some parts with existing cloud services. Earlier […]

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Shift-Left SRE: Building Self-Healing into your Cloud Delivery Pipeline

Site Reliability Engineering is an exciting discipline in our industry. There are many aspects to building reliable and resilient systems which I won’t be able to cover in a single blog post. What I learned from many conversations with enterprise organizations is that the term “self-healing” is getting everybody excited. That’s also why I put […]

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