- Report details essential capabilities to solve the full range of use cases for application performance monitoring and observability in modern multicloud environments
Software intelligence company, Dynatrace announced its Software Intelligence Platform received the highest score in 4 of 5 use cases in the April 2021 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Application Performance Monitoring (APM) report. Gartner evaluated solutions from 15 vendors against five use cases. Dynatrace scored highest in the DevOps/AppDev, SRE/CloudOps, IT Operations, and Digital Experience Monitoring use cases, and second highest in the Application Owner/Line of Business use case. A complimentary copy of this report is available here.
“We are honored to once again receive this recognition from Gartner, and we are thankful for our customers, partners, and the Dynatrace R&D team for helping us lead”
“We are honored to once again receive this recognition from Gartner, and we are thankful for our customers, partners, and the Dynatrace R&D team for helping us lead,” said Steve Tack, SVP of Product Management at Dynatrace. “BizDevSecOps teams need these critical capabilities to provide observability in modern multicloud environments, tame cloud complexity, and consistently deliver exceptional outcomes for their businesses and customers. Delivering them automatically, at scale, and with near-zero overhead is challenging. Unlike solutions that simply gather data, teams need a platform that combines a powerful AIOps engine, continuous automation, and the broadest observability data, including metrics, traces, logs, and data from user experiences and the latest open-source standards. We believe receiving the highest ratings in 4 of 5 use cases reflects the strengths of our all-in-one observability platform, with automation and intelligence at its core, and our record of empowering the world’s largest organizations to attain their digital transformation objectives.”
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This research complements the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring report, which named Dynatrace a Leader for the 11th consecutive time, positioned highest and furthest in both Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. A complimentary copy of this report is available here.
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Gartner, Critical Capabilities for Application Performance Monitoring, Padraig Byrne, Federico De Silva, and Josh Chessman, 14 April 2021.
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring, Federico De Silva, Padraig Byrne, and Josh Chessman, 9 April 2021. Before 2015, Dynatrace was listed as Compuware. Dynatrace was spun off from Compuware following the privatization of Compuware in December 2014.
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