|By PR Newswire||
|November 30, 2016 07:00 AM EST|
BOSTON, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynatrace is one of the first digital performance management companies to achieve Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency Partner status. The achievement underscores the company's ability to support AWS customers in their pursuit to deliver high quality software, faster, via a scalable and robust continuous delivery pipeline.
AWS DevOps Competency Partners must have deep experience, technical proficiency and proven success in helping businesses implement CI and continuous delivery practices, and automated infrastructure provisioning in the AWS Cloud environment. Partners must also undergo rigorous assessment of the security, performance, and reliability of their solutions.
Steve Tack, Senior VP of Product Management at Dynatrace, said the company was committed to supporting and enhancing AWS's leadership in the cloud, which aligns with his own company's mandate:
"At its core, DevOps today is about agility and effectiveness, no matter how complex the cloud environment. Our newfound AWS DevOps Competency status points to our innovation around AI-driven problem detection, robust predictive analysis and unique user experience-centric dashboards that unite everyone involved in the entire lifecycle. We are incredibly driven to innovate and redefine the DevOps process – it's our job to make continuous delivery fool-proof and nimble for businesses."
This announcement comes on the heels of Dynatrace securing AWS Migration Competency and availability on AWS Marketplace. This availability now allows customers to easily purchase and deploy Dynatrace's cloud application performance management service directly through AWS Marketplace.
AWS provides a set of flexible services that span the development process to provisioning, deployment, and management. These AWS services are designed to simplify provisioning and management of infrastructure and applications, deploying code, and automating software release process. With these services customers can quickly build out cloud infrastructure, deploy applications to any instance, or develop complex applications on AWS.
As an Application Performance Monitoring market leader, Dynatrace continues to generate strong market demand and customer success by consistently investing in innovation. Its success in the DevOps space is thanks to the unparalleled insights and control it gives customers in a rapidly changing and highly complex cloud environment. It allows the entire DevOps team to quickly troubleshoot, optimize and measure performance from the end user perspective in an instant. To learn more about the company's supported technologies visit: https://www.dynatrace.com/technologies/
Dynatrace will be demonstrating its newly developed, AI driven human interface D.A.V.I.S at the upcoming AWS user conference re:Invent, Nov. 28 - Dec. 2, 2016, in Las Vegas at Booth #1837. Come and meet our own DevOps team visiting from Linz, Austria. They're among some of the most forward thinking experts in digital performance monitoring today.
Dynatrace is the innovator behind the industry's premier digital performance platform, making real-time information about digital performance visible and actionable for everyone across business and IT. We help customers of all sizes see their applications and digital channels through the lens of their end users. More than 8,000 organizations use these insights to master complexity, gain operational agility and grow revenue by delivering amazing customer experiences.
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