Entries by Dirk Wallerstorfer

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A week in the Dynatrace Innovation Lab

It is really hard to describe what we do in a few bullet points and sentence, especially when the field of activity is as wide and diverse as it is in the Dynatrace Innovation Lab. That‘s why I‘ve decided to write a summary of a typical work week in the life of a member in […]

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First Steps with AWS Fargate

Everyone’s talking about #serverless these days. Technologies like kubeless.io, Fission, and AWS Fargate promise to relieve app developers from the operational complexity of running entire applications in a reliable, resilient, and scalable way, by hiding the underlying virtual computing resources. Curious as I am, I deployed a simple demo app using AWS Fargate to find out […]

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We’re professionals & that is how we roll…

The other night, a few members of the Innovation Lab and the Product Management team decided that it’s time again to head out in the evening and have fun together. Even though we work closely together on a daily basis, we still like to spend time together after working hours. This reflects that Dynatracers are […]

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OpenStack Summit Boston Recap

The OpenStack Summit at the Hynes convention center earlier this month was a blast. Exciting keynotes where we heard that we’re in the age of 2nd generation private clouds, where everything is virtualized and the focus shifts on the applications again. That enables the OpenStack community also to engage with other OpenSource projects like Kubernetes or […]

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OpenStack network mystery: How 2 bytes cost me hours of trouble

Once upon a time, I set up an OpenStack cluster and experienced some strange connectivity problems with all my OpenStack instances. It was the perfect opportunity to learn more about OpenStack, perform a head-long deep dive into Neutron, and update my network troubleshooting skills. The preliminaries I set up my OpenStack cluster on 6 Dell OptiPlex […]

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OpenStack network mystery: How 2 bytes cost me two days of trouble

Once upon a time, I set up an OpenStack cluster and experienced some strange connectivity problems with all my OpenStack instances. It was the perfect opportunity to learn more about OpenStack, perform a head-long deep dive into Neutron, and update my network troubleshooting skills. The preliminaries I set up my OpenStack cluster on 6 Dell OptiPlex […]

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OpenStack monitoring for enterprises

In today’s world, applications are the lifeblood of your business. When problems arise, reactive troubleshooting is no longer good enough. You can take control with 24/7 visibility into applications and cloud platform, even in the most demanding and dynamic environments. With OpenStack monitoring from Dynatrace, you get a single pane of glass that gives you […]

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3 levels of network monitoring for DevOps

February 8, 2016by Dirk Wallerstorfer Network communications are a top priority for DevOps teams working in support of modern globally-distributed systems and microservices. But basic network interface statistics like received and sent traffic aren’t as useful as they once were because multiple microservices may share the same network interface. For meaningful analysis, you need to […]

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Detecting network errors and their impact on services

December 14, 2015by Dirk Wallerstorfer Detecting errors like dropped packets or retransmissions on the network level is relatively easy. Figuring out if those errors affect the performance and connectivity of your services is however another matter. Some network errors are mitigated and compensated for by network protocols and active networking components, like network interfaces. Meanwhile, […]

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