The biggest event of Dynatrace, Perform 2024, is over, and no matter whether you made it to Las Vegas to see it live, watched it virtually, or missed it altogether, we got you! Below, you'll find the summary of the most important and exciting things announced during Perform. Enjoy the read 📰
For all Perform coverage, check the Dynatrace Perform 2024 Guide.
Test pipeline observability. This guide presents a straightforward method for utilizing Dynatrace to observe and analyze test pipelines effectively. Aimed at both technical and non-technical stakeholders, it focuses on how to efficiently monitor test activities, enabling teams to concentrate on critical aspects of the testing process.
Release validation. Business-critical services require a thorough validation before deploying to production as potential faults have a negative impact on overall productivity. The flexibility of various Dynatrace tools can help you to optimize your delivery process.
Data-driven cloud tuning. By adopting these best practices, you can streamline cloud usage, leading to significant cost savings and a more efficient cloud infrastructure. Simple yet impactful, this use case is about smart resource management for optimal financial and operational benefits.
Predictive Kubernetes operations. In today's dynamic IT landscape, managing disk space effectively in Kubernetes-based services is crucial for maintaining optimal performance and avoiding potential data loss. This best practice guide demonstrates how teams can utilize Dynatrace workflows for automated disk resizing to proactively manage disk space within Kubernetes environments.
Instant Intrusion Response. Time is crucial when dealing with security incidents. This page shows how you can use Dynatrace to speed up your incident response in two phases.
Automated bug triaging and ticketing. In today's continuous delivery approach, even with extensive QA processes, some errors are only discovered through real-life infrastructure usage as close to production as possible. Dynatrace allows R&D teams to easily react to bugs or problems by integrating a Jira ticket creation workflow to resolve team dependencies.
We recognize the collection may not be complete, so feel free to share your must-read or must-watch materials, as well as your thoughts and feedback, in the comments 👇
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