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 is pleased to announce a dramatic addition to our existing 1.2 product, Deterministic Root Cause. Leveraging our patent pending Dynamic Topology Mapping engine, allows OpsDataStore to do anomaly analysis on factual relationships over time. Since we know, for example, upon which virtual server, host and datastore a transaction is running, and since we know this for a fact (i.e., not via correlation), we can then perform accurate pair-wise anomaly analysis on transactions and their supporting virtual and physical infrastructure.
Network World has published an article by Bernd Harzog, CEO of OpsDataStore, “The Metrics that Matter for your Private/Hybrid cloud”. This article identifies which metrics you need to successfully run your cloud, and the instrumentation architecture for getting those metrics from each layer of your cloud.
We attended AppDynamics AppSphere last week, and it was a great event. All of the attendees were very energized by what they were doing and are going to be doing with AppDynamics – who have clearly cemented themselves in a leadership position in the APM industry.
With VMware having announced the VMware Cloud on AWS Bare Metal, a new segment of the public cloud business appears to be emerging which is focused upon meeting the needs of enterprises with applications that need to be up all of the time, and that need to perform well all of the time. In a previous post we speculated how the industry might transform itself to address this new opportunity. In this post we suggest some criteria that enterprises should use to chose an enterprise grade public cloud.