dynaTrace software is offering Wednesday an upgrade to its "continuous" application performance management system, featuring accommodations for virtualization and SOA, the company said,
Version 3.1 of dynaTrace release extends the company's PurePath technology for transaction-level visibility, the company said. Visibility is extended into virtualization environments, so users can understand the impact of virtualization on application performance. The product analyzes how competition for shared resources impacts transaction response times.
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DynaTrace also accommodates ESBs (enterprise service busses), enabling management of SOA applications and dependencies that decouple services.
A software development kit lets dynaTrace examine transactions that rely on non-standard remoting protocols, such as custom protocols built on Java or .Net and based on TCP/IP.
REST interfaces in version 3.1 automate repetitive tasks, such as regression analyses and architectural validations. Also, the interfaces allow existing tools to run reports and export data from the dynaTrace system. Hotspot visualization capabilities streamline diagnosis of root causes of performance bottlenecks.
"This latest release of the dynaTrace continuous APM system delivers a host of capabilities that extend the core capabilities that distinguish our third-generation approach to application performance management," said Bernd Greifeneder, CTO and co-founder of dynaTrace, in a statement released by the company.
Session and incident management capabilities are intended to reduce operational maintenance and help with lifecycle collaboration. Multiple diagnostic sessions can be packaged into a single file to simplify collaboration.
APIs automate access to reports in formats such as XML, HTML, and PDF. The PostgreSQL database is now an option for customers who wish to store dynaTrace data for longer-term trending and capacity planning analysis.
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