Cloud migration of IT infrastructure and applications introduces complexity that requires an observability platform. Here’s how customers use Dynatrace in their cloud migration strategy.
Finding vulnerabilities is always one side of the story. Risk assessments should always be based on environmental characteristics like where the impacted system is and what access the vulnerable system has. This blog will look at how the AI of Dynatrace accounts for the environmental characteristics for given vulnerabilities to rate the risk level accurately. This will help teams to prioritise where to start the remediation.
Can Dynatrace be used to detect vulnerabilities in Applications? This article shows how it can be done with simple steps.
How do you determine what exactly is the root cause of a problem in a complex microservice architecture? In this blog I talk about Med Pods, a concept seen in movies and how AIOps are the closest cousin in the technology world. Most importantly, why AIOps is so relevant today and how it helps in getting answers quickly which enables operators to focus on resiliency.
In this blog, I am going to show you how easy it is to setup a Dynatrace account and get the Dynatrace agent installed and use the power of AI-Ops
In this blog, I will show you how to initialise and setup Vagrant, the command line utility for managing the lifecycle of virtual machines, to run a Linux machine on Windows
What is Toil? Am I affected by Toil? Why is it important for an SRE to eliminate Toil? In this post, I explain how to identify toil and how to eliminate them through NoOps practices
In this post, we take a closer look at the steps needed to migrate a legacy App to AWS using CloudHouse Containers
Migrating apps that were designed for older versions of Windows cannot be installed on the recent versions. This limits ones ability to run older apps on newer versions of Windows because older ones reach End of Life. In this post, we check the options available to run older apps on newer versions of Windows
Enterprise storage arrays still uses Hard disk drives and Solid state drives even today and there is a need for an alternative storage medium to cater for the next century
This is how an Amazon EC2 instance was instantiated in 2011! The moment you realise that even Cloud has a legacy version!