This year’s Dynatrace Perform was an excellent event that offered the opportunity for partners and sponsors like OpsDataStore to meet with the Dynatrace community. This year’s big news was the changes to Dynatrace’s product suites, and Dynatrace did a great job of explaining its new product strategy and the changes that are going to affect Dynatrace customers and the APM industry.
Today, we released a significant expansion of the supported tools and platform integrations with OpsDataStore, as well as continued expansion in the end-to-end relationships between data collected across tools spanning applications performance management and infrastructure. If you’re at Dynatrace Perform 2018 in Las Vegas this week stop by booth G4 for a firsthand look at what’s new.
OpsDataStore offers a software solution that combines multiple streams of monitoring data into a smart big data back end, and then offers actionable analytics on that data. The viability of our company depends at least in part upon the continued growth and viability of the Internet as our product is used for performance and capacity analytics on application systems at large enterprises that often rely upon the Internet for users to access this systems. Therefore we have a vested interest in the continued growth and viability of the Internet.
Dennis Drogseth the VP of Enterprise Management Associates, a leading industry analyst firm, has published a new blog post, “Why Advanced IT Analytics Deployments Show Benefits That Are Too Good To Miss”.
In a research note dated February 20 2017, titled “BSM Is Dead; Use Other ITOM Tools to Convey Value and Manage Operations”, Gartner put the BSM category of management and monitoring tools out of its misery.