Dynatrace, a leader in unified observability and security, is releasing its latest core innovations for customers running the Dynatrace platform on Microsoft Azure, tightening cross-team collaboration and enabling more people within an organization to make data-backed decisions.
These innovations include the following:
- Dynatrace Grail data lakehouse unifies the massive volume and variety of observability, security, and business data from cloud-native, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments while retaining the data’s context to deliver instant, cost-efficient, and precise analytics.
- Dynatrace AutomationEngine features a no- and low-code toolset and leverages Davis AI to empower teams to create and extend customized, intelligent, and secure workflow automation across their cloud ecosystem.
- Dynatrace AppEngine features a no- and low-code toolset and leverages Davis AI to empower teams to easily create and share custom, intelligent, and secure apps that leverage the insights from the data generated by their clouds.
This announcement builds on the expanded multi-year consumption commitment and go-to-market partnership between Dynatrace and Microsoft, which the two companies established to meet the growing demand for the Dynatrace platform on Azure and help accelerate joint customers’ cloud migration and optimization initiatives, according to the companies.
“Thriving in the digital era requires a unified approach to observability, security, and business data analytics,” said Steve Tack, SVP of product management at Dynatrace. “Bringing our latest platform technologies to Microsoft Azure enables more customers and teams within organizations to harness our industry-leading AI, analytics, and automation capabilities to modernize cloud operations, expedite releases of high-quality and secure software, and ensure flawless digital experiences for their users.”
The enhanced Dynatrace platform, featuring Grail, AutomationEngine, AppEngine, and the new user experience, will be accessible as a limited availability release for customers running on Microsoft Azure by the end of the calendar year 2023 and generally available for these customers in the first quarter of the calendar year 2024.
“Observability and application security have become essential for organizations as they embrace cloud-native development and migrate more workloads to Microsoft Azure,” said Alvaro Celis, VP of solutions areas for ISV sales at Microsoft. “The Dynatrace platform delivers precise AI-powered answers and intelligent automation that organizations can use to streamline their cloud operations to innovate faster and more securely.”
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