Hello to everyone and especially to you: the new user of the Dynatrace Forum!
Welcome to our Community!
First of all: we are truly happy that you’ve joined us. We hope that you’ll like this place just as much as we do (and maybe even more ;-)).
Secondly: don’t be afraid to ask any questions nor suggest new ideas. We all have been newbies at some point, and we are here to help you at each step of the way. Our users and moderators are very friendly (and very knowledgeable!), doing their best to answer any questions that you have, no matter how simple or complex they are.
If you want to know how to use our forum: we got you covered!
Finally, we also want to know a little bit more about you. There’s no better way of starting your journey with a new community than by simply introducing yourself. Don’t know what to write? Just tell us:
What’s your name, what do you do in your life, and how did you start your adventure with Dynatrace.
For sure we will know each other better during your time here with us 🙂
Once again: thank you for being with us and let us hear your story!
Hello, My name is Chad and I work in the insurance industry where I utilize Dynatrace to its maximum which helps me ensure that our customers get the best user experience! During the off time I like to spend quality time with my wife and family as well as enjoy traveling. Some say that I live Dynatrace, and while that is true, I always like working on classic cars as well as hiking and going on excursions with my wife on our mountain bikes.
I'm Antonio, and I'm a Systems Engineer. Despite having other responsibilities, I love understanding every little bit (literally) of technology. For 30 years now I have been dealing with performance issues, and Dynatrace comes in very handy in today's complex world, with all the associated automation and intelligence. I started using Keynote Systems synthetic monitoring almost 20 years ago, and since 2015 I have been using Dynatrace in several of our Customers. An amazing platform, that keeps surprising us, and that will lead us in what I hope will be an even more amazing future...