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Question: APM tools for a Managed Service Provider - Dynatrace vs. AppDynamics vs. Aternity vs. Ruxit
Answer: We did a trial of the Dynatrace vs AppDynamics vs New Relic Real User Monitoring tools and based on this we selected New Relic, mainly because of their powerful Insights tool that easily allows you to create your own dashboards / alert using a variant of SQL. Since we acquired the RUM tool (Browser) we have trialled their APM tool which we are currently appraising vs our existing CA APM tool (Introscope) - early signs are encouraging for New Relic. After 9 months we have found the New Relic tools that we use to be very useful and they have excellent post implementation support. Being SAAS only has not been an issue, and for example on Black Friday their tools did not slowdown at all.
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Alluvio Aternity vs. Dynatrace
July 2022
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Pros
"We like the performance of the product.""The simplicity of the dashboard is very good.""The most valuable feature is the ability to receive in-depth information about applications. It can detect a lot of important information.""The VPN is one of the solution's most valuable features for us.""The stability of New Relic APM is very good.""The monitoring so far has been good and we are happy with it.""The breakdown of the response time of different components and getting in-depth details of the slow component are the most valuable features. It is easy to use, and it gets the job done.""There are many valuable features in New Relic APM. We developed some software applications and we are able to monitor the errors very easily. Their log security retention is very good."

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"Other features we use heavily are the WiFi analyzer, the Skype for Business analyzer, and the troubleshooting functionalities. We also use the Device Health quite religiously here for troubleshooting devices that are unhealthy, when we're talking about things like high CPU or memory consumption, or file system problems within the users' workstations.""There are also built-in activities that let you measure things like preview mail, open address book, and send mail. Those are the activities that we are able to get measurements on, and those are things we have not seen in other software monitoring tools.""The most valuable thing that you get from Aternity is very broad visibility. You get visibility of your network, of your endpoints, of your software usage, your application performance, capacity, in one pane of glass. We had 20 to 30 IT tools, including application performance monitoring, network monitoring, security, endpoint detection, network protection, capacity management, service management — every kind of monitoring you can imagine. But Aternity was always the first place that I turned for anything, because you can see everything in it.""We've looked at the Digital Experience Management Quadrant (DEM-Q) to see how our digital experience compares to others who use the solution. We have used that to see how we are trending and it gives us some insight into areas that we might need to focus more on. That's helpful.""It is useful for working out whether there are any issues in the network or between the endpoints. It is also useful for working out any performance issues. It has been useful for a lot of stuff around Teams. Our customers like to know what's happening with Teams when they call in. It is helpful for easily profiling users. It records all the applications that are being used for each user, and you can see what users are doing. It is very good in terms of performance. You don't have to wait forever to try and get reports or results. It is quite quick to get everything that you need out of the software.""Aternity provides metrics about actual employee experience of all business-critical apps, rather than just a few. It does some out-of-the-box monitoring for the Office suite, but you can create custom monitoring for any of your applications, whether a web client or a desktop application.""The infrastructure data, especially the CPU and memory data, is per second, which makes it outstanding as compared to other solutions. Its licensing cost is very low for us.""Aternity's Digital Experience Management Quadrant (DEM-Q) has been a game changer for us. While knowing your own metrics is nice, if you don't know how you compare to others or what the numbers should be, then it doesn't tell you much. This solution puts that into context (if we are doing better than others or worse), which helps us prioritize where we want to focus and do improvements versus that's just how slow it's supposed to be. It's also great in communicating what we are doing and why we're doing it to our IT leadership teams, by saying, while we're pretty far behind others in certain categories, the time and changes for our prioritizations are justified."

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"The most valuable features are ease of deployment, UI, and collected data. Its deployment is really easy. In just a few hours, you can have a very good outcome, and you can see everything, which is very valuable. It collects a good amount of data.""The solution can be deployed quickly on-prem. Once it's deployed, you can use discovery and review the process and service on this application.""If you look in the APM sector, it is a very nice package to install.""Its monitoring and key purpose capabilities are the most valuable. It provides the root cause of problems and helps peers join the war room.""The deployment itself is very easy and straightforward.""Dynatrace has reduced our total headcount in operations and the mean time to detect and resolve problems. As a result, those challenging offline times are much shorter, if not non-existent, because of this solution.""I like the full-stack agents, the Oneagents, and the futures dynamic.""A feature that's one of the highlights of Dynatrace is the AI. The second most valuable feature is OneAgent. Between infrastructures, applications, operating systems, you can deploy with just a single agent and can practically install and forget about it."

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Cons
"New Relic APM can improve the information when we dig deeper to check a problem. There should be more detailed information provided.""New Relic APM could improve error debugging and the correlation with the logs. We are receiving some alerts or alarms but we need to correlate with the error log, but it is difficult if it is more than seven months retention period, it is hard to trace. We need this especially for getting historical information.""They should bring the pricing down to be more competitive.""I haven't come across any features that are lacking.""The older view is much better than the new view that they have. We'd like to go back to that previous version. The user interface just isn't as nice as it used to be.""It is very difficult to award the service level cycles at an endpoint level.""How granular I could go down at looking at certain data, especially related to the operations, is limited.""The solution could improve by having more network monitoring features, such as for all the infrastructure."

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"Aternity does provide performance numbers, the data. However, it doesn't tell you what you can do about it. It just presents the facts. How to interpret the data, and how to draw conclusions from a lot of the data, requires knowledge and experience. That's the part that I would hope Aternity can continue to explore and give us that kind of capability.""When it comes to what is called creating signatures, it's not easy for a non-coding person for desktop applications. You need to run the recording and you need to have some exposure and knowledge. That is an area where they can improve. For web applications, they have the Web Activity Creator and that's an awesome and easy tool. Anybody can use it and capture the signatures. With the desktop applications it's a little more cumbersome and difficult.""We are waiting for the GA release of their agent. I hope they can do better when they release their endpoint agents. Right now, we are not able to measure some applications, core applications, because it's relying on a specific version of the agent and that agent has not come out yet and there's no ETA. I would like to see them speed up time to market when they release agents.""Their technical support should be improved in terms of response time. Its stability should also be better. We are currently using version 10, and its stability is not so high. The server crashes from time to time and needs to be restarted. Sometimes, you also have problems with applications.""The other place for improvement, as an on-prem, non-SaaS customer, is that the system administration and management in Aternity are very difficult. They've even told me that most of their support calls come in due to configuration and system administration on their on-prem. Their on-prem solution is not easy to use.""Potentially, the one thing that could probably help with better levels of enterprise adoption is around creating the application monitoring signatures. That process can be a little bit difficult. If one thing could be simplified a little bit, it would be the application monitoring signature creation process.""In terms of a new feature, it would be good if we could restrict a user to a specific application or server. We have several customers, and we have to set up one or two servers for each customer. We have to set up one server for production and one for the test environment. Each user at the customer level can see all applications and the data of all applications, which is not really useful and good. We should be able to restrict user access at the application level or server level.""Being able to add custom monitoring to dashboards would be nice. Right now, if you want to monitor the value of a registry key on your systems, to get that added into the dashboard you have to reach out to Aternity so they can start looking for that value. It would be interesting if that were more of a self-serve function."

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"They could also, develop an observability platform where you could have the ability to inject events, locks, and traces.""It could be more affordable and therefore, more widely used by including more features like DEM as part of licensing cost rather than an additional expense.""When it comes to monitoring, we did the integration with VMware vCenter, and we were able to see some good stuff. The VMware vCenter integration was really great, but what we really missed was the integration with the network management stuff such as Cisco ACI. We wanted to see integration in that area, but it was not provided by Dynatrace. So, the main feature for us is integration with things like Cisco ACI. If they can bring that one in, with vCenter in there, it would be a total solution. It would be absolutely incomparable to anything else in the market.""Pretty much every month there are new features. However, its information on those new features is scarce.""Due to the fact that you doing a lot, you have a problem with the learning curve. We're really looking for ways to make this product more accessible.""Its infra monitoring is not that good. They are mainly into the APM environment, such as network monitoring and other things. Strong end-to-end infrastructure monitoring is missing. SNMP monitoring is currently not very good in this solution.""The documentation of Dynatrace needs to be improved. There needs to be a more detailed description and additional examples for background understanding for beginners trying to use it.""The reporting could be better."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "The price was one of the reasons we chose this solution."
  • "I think the pricing is reasonable."
  • "The price of the solution could be less expensive. You have to pay a lot for each user. There is an additional cost for extra features."
  • "This is an expensive tool."
  • "The price of New Relic APM could be less expensive. We are using the New Relic APM pro account and it is more costly. When compared to competitors the solution's pricing should be much more realistic."
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  • "In my opinion they are asking a lot for their SaaS solution, but I also know that that's the direction they're going... The current, on-prem solution is probably a fair price."
  • "The pricing for the users and agents is reasonable compared to other solutions and vendors."
  • "Regarding cost, compared to other solutions, Aternity is pretty low. It's definitely lower-cost than others that we looked at, like Nexthink."
  • "The pricing is fair."
  • "It's not a cheap product. There are no two ways about that. If you compare it with a couple of the other solutions operating in the space, it might be on the slightly more expensive side, but it is one of those tools where, once you've got it, you understand the true value. You will get that money back."
  • "It is definitely a premium solution; it is not an inexpensive product. We have to ensure that we are getting the most out of it in order to justify the cost. However, it is not cheap, especially when you want to install it on all your endpoints."
  • "You have to purchase it for 12 months, which is an issue because a lot of our customers are on a per-user-per-month type billing. There are a few additional costs. A lot of customers only get the essential licenses, and then they get what they call the application add-ons on top. They have to pay depending on how many customers and applications they want to monitor."
  • "Its licensing cost is very low. That's one of the reasons why we have kept it for so long. We get more than a 70% discount on the maintenance licenses. Its cost is very low for us, but if you buy it new, it would be much more expensive at the retail price."
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  • "Dynatrace has a place for everybody. How you use it and what your budgetary limitations are will dictate what you do with it. But it's within everybody's reach. If you're a small organization and you have a large infrastructure, you may not be able to monitor the whole thing. You may have to pick and choose what you want to monitor, and you have the ability to do so. Your available funds are going to dictate that."
  • "I think that the price is reasonable."
  • "We have a three-year contract. We have 30 licenses for the full stack and 3 licenses for the DEM unit."
  • "There is a license cost, which is obviously more expensive than an open-source solution, but for the return on investment from what you get from it, it's a great investment. Of course, it could always be cheaper."
  • "Financially Dynatrace was a lot more expensive than AppDynamics."
  • "The price of the solution is expensive."
  • "The price range is quite high."
  • "Its price is quite high. Although it is worth it, it would be better if its price is reduced. They base their prices around licensing. Their prices are based on agent licensing and consumption licensing. Both of these can be a bit cheaper, but if they are the best in the market, as I consider them to be, I assume that their prices will be higher. They are delivering the product for that price."
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    Answers from the Community
    Anonymous User
    it_user469245 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user469245 (User)
    Vendor

    Hello,

    Thank you all for the very kind and informative comments.

    Some ideas regarding the requirement list.
    Looking at a high level, the requirement list will contain:
    - This is strategic tool, so go after the big/leading names.
    - Easy remote deployment& management.
    - Quick learning curve and strong local support.
    - Flexible& competitive pricing model.

    Technically speaking:
    - Client side application level support: Browser based, Mobile Native App., Smart (Fat..) desktop
    applications (mainly in Microsoft environment - .Net , C#).
    - Client side Operating Systems: Mobile (iOS, Android), Desktop (Win7 and up).
    - Server side Operating Systems: Linux, Windows.
    - Virtualization: Microsoft, VMware,Citrix.
    - Various server side applications (DB,ESB, HDFS....).

    -Features:
    Easy to set thresholds and automatic "trigger to action" capabilities.
    Management console that can show information from a different customers in an easy way.

    Another question I struggled with:
    How do you deal with Information Security issues of remote connection to the client's production environments (both technical and business agreement aspects) ?

    Best,
    Avi

    it_user364554 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user364554 (COO with 51-200 employees)
    Vendor

    Avi,
    How are you ?
    I am Elad and I am the COO at Correlsense.
    HQ in Boston and R&D site in Israel we have a very extensive partnership program that we have signed with companies that have the offering you describe here.
    Would be happy to talk : eladk@correlsense.com
    I am looking forward to talking to you.
    Regards,

    Diego Caicedo Lescano - PeerSpot reviewerDiego Caicedo Lescano
    Real User

    Hi Avi,

    A lot of technical aspects had been discussed, but in my experience the most valued features include>

    Multi Tenancy
    Service Level Management Module is mandatory which supports service, calendars, offerings, etc.

    Another great feature is the monitoring tool, which must support agent and agentless deployment

    The thing is:

    Measure -> Manage -> Improve

    it_user172986 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user172986 (User)
    Vendor

    Hi,

    What about Correlsense?

    Thier APM product is called Sharepath and they are based in Israel.

    Good luck

    it_user446577 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user446577 (Sr Solutions Architect at a tech company with 10,001+ employees)
    Real User

    Hi Avi,

    I AM biased working for CA Technologies but have you considered us?
    We have recently released some highly innovative updates to our APM suite and work with quite a number of MSPs globally - I think you would be pleasantly surprised if we had a chance to take you through our capabilities.

    Kind Regards

    Paul Casaneanu
    CA Technologies

    it_user473361 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user473361 (Co-Founder at a tech services company)
    Consultant

    Hi Avi,

    My name is Gil and I've been working with APM solutions since 2005 when it just began. In my experience, it is most important for you to define your requirements from the APM platform, besides its pricing, before starting to evaluate solutions.

    Let me give you some examples:
    - Do you need to provide useful information for developers when there is an application problem and pin point the problem ?
    - Do you need to monitor the full end to end user experience of global customers accessing sites and mobile apps for your customers and also gain some insights about the specific user session ?
    - What technologies are required to be monitored ?
    - Can you install anything on the client machines (if not - for example Aternity is not on the table) ?
    - Do you need some auto discovery capabilities with regards to architectures, data flows, dynamic baselines, etc. ?

    So you see, there isn't a simple answer. That being said, from my experience in the past 5 years, I found the Dynatrace platform the be the most complete one, and suited for both small and large companies. Additionally, the fact that it has 750 people in R&D makes me sleep well at night when my customers are using this platform. I don't have a hands on experience with AppD or Atternity, but have seen the customers comparing Dynatrace to them and heard about their reasons for making a choice.

    Hope this helps,

    Gil

    it_user418716 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user418716 (User at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees)
    Vendor

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise is another APM vendor you might consider. HPE is an innovator in the Gartner Magic Quadrant and that rating is based upon advanced user experience monitoring capability as well as a wide range of SLA management features – both critical for an MSP.

    HPE AppPulse APM excels at User Experience Monitoring. Its capabilities extend beyond just identifying the user action that precedes a problem into mapping out the entire “User Flow”. This enables you to see all of the transaction steps that the user follows to initiate their transaction.

    Since there are usually multiple flows that a user can choose from while starting from the same initial action, so that you’re able to determine if any of you user flow paths are more problematic than others. Listing the initiating user action alone, as most of the other products do, isn’t enough to show you which transactions the action has impacted and which are fine.
    This creates a 3D view of user interaction versus the more 2D picture that pointing to the user action provided by competitive offerings creates.

    Another very strong capability for MSPs that HPE APM provides is SLA management. HPE AppPulse Active provides a range of SLA alerts, notifications, and reports to enable you to continuously monitor SLA compliance for all of the app environments under management.
    These SLA management capabilities along with scripting capability based on HPE LoadRunner TruClient and VuGen technologies and allows load test to be run against apps in production using the same protocols used in QA/Test.

    HPE Mobile Center, which is part of HPE’s ADM software suite along with LoadRunner and StormRunner, enables you to capture test scripts directly from actual mobile devices and then use them for pre-production load testing as well as within AppPulse Active APM in production.
    Overall, this provides the most comprehensive range of performance management and testing tools available to enable you to ensure optimum service for your customers. You can also offer them additional service capabilities to enable them to support “bring your own device”, web apps and enterprise app monitoring.

    Most of the HPE APM products are offered as SaaS offerings to make them very affordable for your SMB customers to whom overall cost is critical. They also offer very intuitive point and click web interfaces, which makes them easy for Line of Business users to use.

    Best of all, all HPE APM products are developed in Israel. Our team there would be glad to assist you in implementing your MSP programs. We also have numerous reference customers in Israel to whom you could speak to obtain their insights about HPE APM products. That can also enable rapid local support which might be critical for ensuring your business success.

    Tom Fisher
    HPE APM
    tfisher@hpe.com

    it_user405009 - PeerSpot reviewerit_user405009 (Applications Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees)
    Real User

    Hi,

    I have used CA Introscope APM for triaging and troubleshooting of different java applications / application servers for many years. I find this solution very good: stable, scalable, performant, very well usable in production environments, very flexible, relatively easy to implement and to extend. I can recommend to use it to analyze performance of java applications especially under heavy load , with a lot amount of transactions as well.

    As to pricing policy I cannot say a lot, I am not an account manager, I am a jee engineer …

    Hope, this helps.

    Kind regards,
    Svetlana

    Questions from the Community
    Top Answer:There are many factors and we know little about your requirements (size of org, technology stack, management systems… more »
    Top Answer:The monitoring so far has been good and we are happy with it.
    Top Answer:While we do pay for the solution on a monthly basis, I can't speak to the exact cost of the product. There might also be… more »
    Top Answer:It is useful for working out whether there are any issues in the network or between the endpoints. It is also useful for… more »
    Top Answer:You have to purchase it for 12 months, which is an issue because a lot of our customers are on a per-user-per-month type… more »
    Top Answer:For me, the biggest problem is the price. It is not so much about how much it costs. It is about Aternity only giving… more »
    Top Answer:The key is to have a holistic view over the complete infrastructure, the ones you have listed are great for APM if you… more »
    Top Answer:While the environment does matter in the selection of an APM tool, I prefer to use Dynatrace to manage the entire stack… more »
    Top Answer:Our organization ran comparison tests to determine whether the Datadog or Dynatrace network monitoring software was the… more »
    Comparisons
    Also Known As
    New Relic Mobile
    Aternity, Workforce APM, Aternity Frontline, Riverbed SteelCenter Aternity
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    Overview

    New Relic is a software analytics and application performance management solution that gives users in-depth data visibility and analytics. By going right to the source, the code, New Relic enables users to develop quicker software, build improved products,and consistently impress their customers. Data tells a story and New Relic interprets what it is telling you.

    Alluvio Aternity full-spectrum Digital Experience Management provides insight into the business impact of customer and employee digital experience by capturing and storing technical telemetry at scale from employee devices, every type of business application, and your cloud-native application service.

    It also helps you resolve issues quickly by showing you response time breakdown between client device, network, and application back ends. Aternity provides AI-powered visibility into the end user experience of every cloud, SaaS, thick client, or enterprise mobile app, whether it runs on a virtual, physical, or mobile device.

    Aternity Features

    Aternity has many valuable features, including:

    • Automatic discovery of every application in your enterprise portfolio, including SaaS and Shadow IT apps.
    • Click to render - measuring users' interactions with applications in the context of a business process.
    • Change validation - validating the impact of any type of device, application, or infrastructure change on end user experience.
    • Self-healing - automated remediation actions to recover from the most commonly expected user experience issues.
    • Anomaly detection - proactive notification of end-user issues
    • Transaction tracing of distributed applications - including cloud-native apps, via OpenTelemetry
    • Application troubleshooting - identify the cause of application issues

    Aternity Benefits

    Some of the biggest advantages the Aternity offers include:

    • Resolve problems quickly: With Aternity, you can monitor client-side latency, analyze the health and key metrics of the end user’s device, and correlate app performance to the virtual systems they are running on.
    • Reduce virtualization sprawl: Aternity helps you eliminate under-utilized resources with its ability to correlate the inventory of virtual desktop infrastructure to actual usage.
    • Experience level agreement (XLA): Aternity’s XLA feature can help your organization prove quality of service. Specifically, the XLA validates that business activity performance across all applications meets expectations by geography, department, and data center.
    • Mitigate IT transformation risk: Aternity helps you achieve success of both strategic and tactical IT initiatives.

    Reviews from Real Users

    Below are some reviews and helpful feedback written by Aternity users.

    PeerSpot user Ryan P., Head of Cyber Security Engineering & Oversight at a media company, says, "The most valuable thing that you get from Aternity is very broad visibility. You get visibility of your network, of your endpoints, of your software usage, your application performance, capacity, in one pane of glass. We had 20 to 30 IT tools, including application performance monitoring, network monitoring, security, endpoint detection, network protection, capacity management, service management — every kind of monitoring you can imagine. But Aternity was always the first place that I turned for anything, because you can see everything in it."

    An Endpoint Administration Manager at a financial services firm mentions, “It gives you the ability to filter the comparison by geography, industry, or company size.” He also adds, “We have absolutely seen ROI. It's really given us a very high level of visibility that we've just not ever had.”

    A Regional Network Manager at a recruiting/HR firm comments, "Aternity provides metrics about actual employee experience of all business-critical apps, rather than just a few. It does some out-of-the-box monitoring for the Office suite, but you can create custom monitoring for any of your applications, whether a web client or a desktop application."

    A Sr. IT Manager at a manufacturing company states, "The most valuable feature is the application performance troubleshooting because Aternity is able to provide the performance from the end-user perspective. It doesn't just give the standard application logon time, etc., rather it's also able to measure the performance inside the application, the performance of specific transactions in the application, and break it down into three elements: the client time, the network time, and the server time. This gives us a lot of insights into what we need to focus on to improve the performance of an application."

    Dynatrace is an AI-powered software intelligence monitoring platform that accelerates digital transformation and simplifies cloud complexities. Dynatrace is an entirely automated full-stack solution that provides data and answers about the performance of your applications and deep insight into every transaction throughout every application, including the end-user experience. By modernizing and automating enterprise cloud operations, users can deliver an optimal digital experience with higher quality software to customers faster.

    Dynatrace offers an all-in-one automated artificial intelligence solution that brings together application performance, cloud and infrastructure, and digital experience monitoring. Dynatrace accelerates performance-driven results through operations, development, and business teams with a shared metrics platform. In addition, users are provided a full-stack monitoring experience with three patented technologies:

    • Smartscape - visualization mechanism that maps the totality of everything working in your environment and detects any casual dependencies between your applications, processes, websites, services, hosts, cloud infrastructure, and networks.

    • OneAgent - a technology that analyzes, gathers ,and unifies all business performance metrics throughout every layer of your technology stack.

    • PurePath Technology - code-level context and timings are captured from the mainframe to the cloud for all end-to-end transactions.

    What does Dynatrace offer?

    Dynatrace redefines how organizations monitor their digital ecosystems. The solution offers:

    • Cloud Automation: With AI engine Davis®, users can see the exact reason for problems and facilitate quick auto-remediation and intelligent cloud orchestration.

    • Application Security: With automated application vulnerability management, users can deliver applications faster and more securely.

    • Infrastructure Monitoring: Convenient broad visibility across your environments is provided with streamlined, automated infrastructure monitoring.

    • Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM): Optimize your applications, provide better support, and improve user experience with a combination of Real User Monitoring (RUM), Session Replay, and synthetic monitoring throughout your environment.

    • Applications and Microservices: For complex cloud environments, Dynatrace can automatically provide visibility and root-cause answers. It can also monitor microservices.

    • Digital Business Analytics: Get AI-powered, real-time answers to analytical business queries with KPIs and metrics that are already flowing through applications.

    Reviews from Real Users

    Dynatrace is the only solution that provides answers to organizations based on deep insight into each user, transaction, and organization's environment.

    Barry P., a managing performance engineer at Medica Health Plans, writes, "With Dynatrace, we have synthetic checks and real-user monitoring of all of our websites, places where members and providers can interact with us over the web. We monitor the response times of those with Dynatrace, and it's all integrated into one place."

    A consultant at a tech service company notes, "A feature that's one of the highlights of Dynatrace is the AI. The second most valuable feature is OneAgent. Between infrastructures, applications, operating systems, you can deploy with just a single agent and can practically install and forget about it."

    Offer
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    Sample Customers
    Dow Jones, Microsoft, Nike, Groupon, NBC, Sony, Fox, Adobe, Best Buy, Walmart, and WebMD, Cirque du Soleil, FlightNetwork.com, France Télévisions SA, Hachette Book Group, Hy-Vee, Inc., Isolation Network, Inc., Lighthouse eDiscovery, Major League Soccer, NYC-DOT, New Zealand Media and Entertainment, Office Depot International in Europe, Royal Opera House, Adobe Systems Incorporated, American Eagle Outfitters, Inc., Citrix, Despegar.com, Eastern Bank Corporation, Fox Sports, Globosat, Hogg Robinson plc, iHeartMedia, Jive, Kent State University, Multiplus, NBCUniversal, Ocado, REI, Sensis, VenueNext, Yellow Pages Limited and Zenefits
    Maersk, SwissRe, Travis Perkins, Michelin, National Instruments, Simmons & Simmons, Lighthouse Guild
    Audi, Best Buy, LinkedIn, CISCO, Intuit, KRONOS, Scottrade, Wells Fargo, ULTA Beauty, Lenovo, Swarovsk, Nike, Whirlpool, American Express
    Top Industries
    REVIEWERS
    Financial Services Firm20%
    Computer Software Company13%
    Media Company11%
    Manufacturing Company7%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company22%
    Comms Service Provider16%
    Financial Services Firm12%
    Retailer6%
    REVIEWERS
    Financial Services Firm38%
    Healthcare Company15%
    Legal Firm12%
    Media Company8%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company24%
    Financial Services Firm14%
    Comms Service Provider11%
    Government8%
    REVIEWERS
    Financial Services Firm29%
    Insurance Company10%
    Manufacturing Company8%
    Computer Software Company7%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company24%
    Financial Services Firm16%
    Comms Service Provider14%
    Insurance Company7%
    Company Size
    REVIEWERS
    Small Business38%
    Midsize Enterprise29%
    Large Enterprise32%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business18%
    Midsize Enterprise14%
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    Alluvio Aternity vs. Dynatrace
    July 2022
    Find out what your peers are saying about Alluvio Aternity vs. Dynatrace and other solutions. Updated: July 2022.
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    Alluvio Aternity is ranked 3rd in Mobile APM with 12 reviews while Dynatrace is ranked 1st in Mobile APM with 36 reviews. Alluvio Aternity is rated 8.2, while Dynatrace is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of Alluvio Aternity writes "Not only helped us know which devices to refresh, but helped us determine if a refresh was even necessary, with factual data". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Dynatrace writes "Gives us very deep visibility into both user actions and systems interactions, including a view inside containers". Alluvio Aternity is most compared with Nexthink, AppDynamics, SysTrack, Splunk and SolarWinds AppOptics, whereas Dynatrace is most compared with Datadog, AppDynamics, Splunk, Azure Monitor and Elastic Observability. See our Alluvio Aternity vs. Dynatrace report.

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