Entries by Andreas Grabner

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Tutorial: Guide to automated SRE-driven performance engineering

In this blog, I will be going through a step-by-step guide on how to automate SRE-driven performance engineering. You may have seen over the past few months we have been extensively promoting Service Level Indicators (SLIs) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs) as part of our Open Source project Keptn. Keptn uses SLO definitions to automatically […]

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How to detect impacting 3rd Party API calls with Dynatrace Real User Monitoring (RUM)

Third party APIs have become as essential to our software stack as your own code or the run-times your code runs on. If these 3rd parties become problematic, it will impact your software and users, causing complaints about your services not working as expected. That is why you must treat monitoring of these 3rd party […]

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Java memory optimizations: 3x Jenkins performance improvement with Dynatrace

In my last blog I covered how our Engineering Productivity (EP) and Infrastructure & Services (IAS) Teams are ensuring that our DevOps tool chain is running as expected, even while workloads have shifted as our global engineering teams are now working from home. Right after posting the blog another related story was brought to my […]

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Is working-from-home affecting productivity? Use Dynatrace to find out and optimize!

Since governments around the world are asking people to work-from-home in order to fight COVID-19, I keep hearing questions from colleagues, customers, and partners alike: Are people being as productive as they would be if they were working from their office desk? Are people changing their working patterns? Are the systems we rely on every […]

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Autonomous Cloud Enablement aka Scaling NoOps via Self-Service

Autonomous Cloud is not another lofty marketing term. Autonomous Cloud is what enables our globally distributed development teams at Dynatrace to deliver better software faster following our NoOps approach: Fully Autonomous and as a Self-Service! Three waves of DevOps leading to Autonomous Cloud At Dynatrace, we have been very proud and vocal about our own […]

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Quickstart to Autonomous Cloud with Keptn on GKE

Self-Service Progressive Delivery of Microservices, Automated SLI/SLO based Quality Gates, Continuous Feedback through ChatOps and Automatic Remediation of Production Issues are some of the capabilities you expect from a modern cloud-native software delivery platform. In December Dynatrace announced Keptn, an open-source pluggable control plane enabling autonomous software delivery and operations for cloud-native applications. Mid-January, Keptn […]

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Validating non-HTTP Service SLAs with Dynatrace

Validating Service SLAs (custom, 3rd party or external) are a no brainer for individuals responsible for ensuring system stability and availability. It also happens to be one of the use cases Dynatrace Synthetics perfectly supports for HTTP(S) services. But what if you have services that are using other protocols? Well – keep reading and you’ll […]

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Getting ready! Part 2: A taste of what’s to come in the “Release Better Software Faster” track at Perform 2020

In Part 1 of this blog series we looked sessions 1 – 4 and how to prepare ahead of Perform 2020. In this blog, we’ll be doing the same for sessions 5 – 7. In Part 1 of this blog series – Getting ready! A taste of what’s to come at Perform 2020’s “Release Better […]

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Making Ops Life Easier: Automating SLA Monitoring for Deployed Services on Kubernetes

Kubernetes automatically validates the health of your pods within your k8s cluster, by continuously evaluating the health end-points (livenessProbe and readinessProbe) of your deployed services. While this is a key capability, as k8s will restart pods that are unhealthy, it doesn’t guarantee that services exposed via Ingress are also available and responding within your SLAs […]

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Getting ready! A taste of what’s to come at Perform 2020’s “Release Better Software Faster” track

Dynatrace news As a track captain at this year’s Dynatrace Perform 2020 (February 3-6, 2020), I am excited to lead the “Release Better Software Faster” track.  In the last several years, I’ve led many sessions on DevOps, NoOps, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Performance, Shift-Left, Self-Healing, and GitOps.  My goal is always to deliver tangible best practices […]

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