Achieving a Holistic View of What Is Happening in Your Hybrid Infrastructure

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Chris Nicholas, SVP, Cloud Solutions Group, Trace3, Adam Hicks, Practice Dir. Cloud Platform Engineering, Trace3

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The complexity of hybrid application environments obscures root cause identification hinders proactive incident resolution, and negatively impacts user experience. Organizations need a unified observability solution that delivers full-stack visibility, leverages AI for predictive and prescriptive insights, establishes user-centric Service Level Objectives (SLOs), and generates timely, actionable alerts to maintain optimal service delivery. By combining Dynatrace’s automated application and infrastructure monitoring with application metadata and network-derived intelligence from Gigamon, Trace3 created a truly Unified Observability architecture. Join our webinar to learn how this innovative coupling helps clients achieve a holistic view across the hybrid estate, allowing operators to efficiently go from issue detection to root cause by leveraging Davis AI and the Dynatrace Grail Data. Asking questions of application telemetry can now be combined with that of deep infrastructure telemetry to remove the limitations in understanding what affects the outcomes our clients desire. Presenters: Chris Nicholas, SVP, Cloud Solutions Group, Trace3 Adam Hicks, Practice Director, Cloud Platform Engineering, Trace3 Nishant Rama, Director Solutions Engineering, Dynatrace Chris Dittert, Strategic Alliances Director, Gigamon
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