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Dynatrace on Dynatrace: How we monitor our own web entities

When Klaus Enzenhofer published his recent article about the value of using Dynatrace real user monitoring to troubleshoot JavaScript errors in web applications, he asked me how we here on the Dynatrace web development team handle our own performance…
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Waterfall findings and JavaScript error details included in web checks

Web check analysis just got even better. Following the recent introduction of user-action waterfall analysis and JavaScript error analysis into Dynatrace real user monitoring, we’ve now made both features additionally available for web…
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User session analysis and search enhancements

As Dynatrace user session analysis has been in beta release for some time now, we’ve had a chance to address your feedback and improve the views and workflow for some of the use cases. Over the past weeks, we’ve made numerous…
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Problem severity classifications now available

Over the past couple of years, we’ve discovered that classifying detected problems based solely on impact to related services and applications is insufficient. For example, serious application availability problems can sometimes be difficult…
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Source map support for JavaScript error analysis

Having all detail related to detected JavaScript errors immediately available makes it easy to analyze, reproduce, and ultimately fix errors that affect your users. The latest Dynatrace release takes JavaScript error analysis to the next…
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The impact of JavaScript errors and How to monitor JavaScript errors using Real User Monitoring!

These days we are moving more and more logic towards the user into the browser to achieve higher performance and better user experience. There are Single Page Application frameworks like AngularJS, React, Ember and others supporting this…
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Redesigned application overview pages

July 27, 2016by Alexander SommerDynatrace is proud to present completely redesigned application overview pages. The new application pages are more compact and present a lot more information—making it unnecessary to switch between views…
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JavaScript error increase in Google Chrome v48

March 17, 2016by Safia HabibEven the best run DevOps teams have a hard time keeping up with all the variables that can impact their applications in production. The wide array of browsers, browser versions, and operating systems makes it…
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Ignore JavaScript errors in Apdex calculation

February 12, 2016by Alexander SommerThe Apdex (Application performance index) provides a quick overview of your application’s performance (see What is an Apdex rating? for full details). By setting the Apdex threshold in Ruxit…