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Maximized cloud-region coverage with Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring

At any given moment, web and mobile applications are in use globally by thousands of customers who expect a perfect software experience. Just because your applications are accessible from your location and run great on your laptop doesn’t…
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Expanded cloud-region coverage for Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring

At any given moment, web and mobile applications are in use globally by thousands of customers who expect a perfect software experience. Just because your applications are accessible from your location and run great on your laptop doesn’t…
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Management of synthetic monitors using the credential vault is now easier than ever

The credential vault is a central place to securely store and manage vulnerable data that you use with Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring. We've made it easier to manage credentials and the monitors that use them, and introduced token…
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Easily monitor your entire infrastructure with Dynatrace Synthetic monitors

Dynatrace OneAgent is great for monitoring the full stack. However, you can’t install OneAgents on every single type of device. There are certain situations when an agent based approach isn’t possible, such as with network or storage…
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Private Synthetic Monitoring locations now supported on Red Hat 8, Ubuntu 18, and CentOS 8

Synthetic-enabled ActiveGates are crucial elements of private Synthetic Monitoring locations. Because ActiveGates can be deployed in various parts of customers’ environments, private Synthetic locations provide many potential benefits,…
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Easy SLA and SLO reporting for all your API endpoints with public synthetic HTTP monitors

Dynatrace is proud to announce our first set of fully integrated, worldwide, multi-cloud, and high-availability public locations for HTTP monitoring. You can now detect regional issues by leveraging a range private and public Synthetic…
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Start monitoring your web application’s availability with one click

Real User Monitoring (RUM) is one of the building blocks of Dynatrace Digital Experience Monitoring and the only way to monitor your users’ experience. Another building block is Synthetic Monitoring, which adds two additional and important…
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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…
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Deploy private Synthetic locations easily and cost-effectively with Dynatrace Managed

As an application owner, you need to ensure the continuous availability and performance of your applications from your end-users’ point of view. Sometimes, you need to check the availability of internal resources that aren’t accessible…
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Monitor client certificate-secured APIs with Dynatrace Synthetic

APIs are the connective tissue in today’s online services. Fun fact: Salesforce and eBay first allowed access to their web APIs in the year 2000. As of 2019, ProgrammableWeb provides searchable access to almost 22,000 APIs, with more being…