Please join us in congratulating Brayden N., the Dynatrace Employee Member of the Month for April 2019!
Brayden is a Consultant within the Services organization. He works with an extremely large Australian Government account, where he deals with a lot of interesting challenges around scalability, technology requirements and information security. Brayden is also passionate about improving the services and applications that Dynatrace supports for the Australian public. Being involved with such a large account gives Brayden the opportunity to work with Dynatrace, AppMon, Synthetic Classic, and NAM, but his focus and responsibility is Dynatrace Managed (Offline), and also scripting work with NAM.
Brayden’s Community activity varies from answering and commenting questions to submitting voting for other’s contributions. Recently, he has shared a Dynatrace extension for SNMP that helps with basic device health monitoring. This is what the Community is all about – sharing knowledge, solutions, and helping each other!
Here’s what Brayden told us about his own motivation to participate in the Community:
“I get hit with a lot of custom requirements and interesting use cases or edge cases. I like sharing that work and knowledge back to the community to showcase Dynatrace capabilities and to repay the answers which have saved me countless times.”
What Brayden likes best about the Community is that it not only solves many issues, but also helps in shaping the product:
“Community search results and previous answers have assisted me when troubleshooting complex issues. Directly providing a solution, workaround or pointing in the right support direction. I also like to see many of the feature requests, use cases and interesting projects others are working on.”
Outside of work, Brayden gets outside and explore the nearby lakes and mountains in Canberra, Australia.
“I also have a few optimistic travel plans I want to pursue such as driving around Australia. A lot of my other time is spent learning new technologies and developing custom projects. I have some terrible web applications in the works which should be interesting to code”.
Here’s a picture taken before his bungee jump!
Brayden, thank you for building the Dynatrace Community into a valuable place for all Dynatrace users! All the best with building your web apps!