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Monitor dynamic application workflows with placeholders and synthetic location context

Synthetic clickpath monitors are a great way to automatically monitor and benchmark business-critical workflows 24/7. Some common examples of such business-critical workflows include: Sign-up processes Checking out of a retail site Contact forms Search Pricing…
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Dynatrace scales up Real User Monitoring to meet your digital touchpoint monitoring needs

From the earliest days of Dynatrace Real User Monitoring (RUM) functionality, we’ve continued to deliver on the promise of providing you with a 360-degree diagnostic view of your end users’ experience with your applications. Starting…
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Dynatrace HTTP monitors go multi-request, leaving no API unmonitored!

You don’t have to be tech-savvy to have heard the term “REST API.” Nowadays everywhere you look you find APIs. “Microservices-driven,” “cloud-native”, “automated,” and containerized”…
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Discover frustrating user experiences with automatic rage click detection

Applications often deliver frustrating user experiences that result from bad performance, poor operational health, or unexpected errors. In some instances, however, bad user experience stems from usability issues in product design or development.…
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The pitfalls of traditional synthetic monitoring (part 2)

In my last blog article, I used Activison’s 1980’s blockbuster video game Pitfall to highlight the Pitfalls of Traditional Synthetic Monitoring.  I argued that traditional synthetic monitoring can be described…
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The pitfalls of traditional synthetic monitoring (part 1)

Cover art for Pitfall!™ by Activision®If you’re a child of the 80’s and a gamer at heart (or just love retro gaming systems), then you may be familiar with Atari’s blockbuster game, “Pitfall!”. Released…