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Infrastructure Monitoring tools: 3 steps to evolve ITOps into AIOps

Infrastructure monitoring is the process of collecting critical data about your IT environment, including information about availability, performance and resource efficiency. The goal? Reducing downtime, improving user experience, speed, reliability,…
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AI-powered DNS request tracking extends infrastructure observability for high quality network traffic

Have you ever received a call from a customer telling you that an application you’re providing is too slow? Applications and services are often slowed down by under-performing DNS communications or misconfigured DNS servers, which can result…
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It’s time to migrate from NAM to Dynatrace

Dynatrace NAM (formerly known as DC RUM) has successfully served the user experience monitoring needs of a broad community of Dynatrace customers for many years. So why are we announcing end of support for NAM now? …
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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…
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Handshake matters: TLS performance and user experience

At Dynatrace, we live and breathe application performance. This includes our development process; the dev teams routinely use our own software to test application code for performance at every development cycle. But it doesn’t mean we…
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Network application monitoring: what’s in a NAMe?

You may already have heard: Dynatrace Data Center Real User Monitoring (DC RUM) will now be known as Dynatrace Network Application Monitoring (Dynatrace NAM). In the coming days and weeks, you’ll hear more, and I wanted to add some context…
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The network probe is dead. Long live the probe!

I came across a good discussion about complexity from one of the industry’s network probe vendors. Applying Metcalfe’s law, the blog reinforced what we’re all acutely aware of; the number of connections – not simply between…
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All you need to know to really understand the Node.js Event Loop and its Metrics

Node.js is an event-based platform. This means that everything that happens in Node is the reaction to an event. A transaction passing through Node traverses a cascade of callbacks. Abstracted away from the developer, this is all handled by…
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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…
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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…