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Software intelligence company Dynatrace (NYSE: DT) today announced the availability of the Dynatrace® platform on Microsoft Azure hosted in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), making it the first SaaS-based observability and application security platform hosted in the region. Rising cloud complexity is creating challenges for many organizations in the UAE as they continue to prioritize digital transformation. …

Organizations of all sizes rely on their observability data to drive critical business decisions. Production Engineers across Development, ITOps, and Security use it to understand their systems better, respond to issues faster, and ultimately provide more performant and secure user experiences. But while the value of observability data is well understood, teams struggle to derive …

Ciara lists 10 ways to make your software pipelines more transparent and observable to gain insights, identify unusual behavior and possibly prevent a software supply chain attack. Security into your software supply chain means visibility into how an artifact is built, packaged and signed. A considerable part of the reason supply chain attacks are such …

You’ve likely heard the term Observability lately. There’s a fundamental change taking place in the Monitoring space, and Observability is behind it. Observability itself is a broad topic, so in this post we’ll talk about what it means to move from Application Performance Monitoring to Application Performance Observability. APM – APPLICATION PERFORMANCE MONITORING If you’ve used a traditional APM service, …

Cloud native and microservice architectures bring many advantages in terms of performance, scalability, and reliability, but one thing they can also bring is complexity. Having requests move between services can make debugging much more challenging and many of the past rules for monitoring applications don’t work well. This is made even more difficult by the fact …

There’s a call throughout the industry to shift security left in the software development lifecycle, expanding the DevOps methodologies that have been growing in adoption for more than a decade. DevSecOps is based on the idea that security is not an afterthought. Rather, it is a collaborative process that must be integrated from the start of the …

As a way to reemphasize our commitment to open source and open standards, we are sharing an exciting development in open source observability. Pixie, a real-time debugging platform for Kubernetes, has just announced their plugin system. The plugin system allows users to export data from Pixie’s rich dataset to any tool which supports OpenTelemetry. This includes data …

As organizations look to become cloud-first to meet the growing demands of the shifts in the ways we do business, we have seen the pace of digital transformation accelerate. As a result, organizations have evolved their cloud strategies to multi-cloud environments and are adopting more containers, microservices, and cloud native technologies. This is creating increasingly …

Today we’re excited to introduce Mezmo: our new name and brand that represents the future of observability. Meet Mezmo The name Mezmo is a derivative of the word mesmerize, which means to capture one’s complete attention. It’s a fitting name for the vision and roadmap we outlined last year that builds upon the inherent scale and rapid success …

 New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the observability company, launched a major update to New Relic Infinite Tracing®, its fully managed tracing solution that can analyze 100% of customer tracing data for rapid performance bottleneck isolation. The launch includes two major innovations that help engineering teams across the globe. First, front-end and full-stack developers can now analyze distributed …