Today, software intelligence company Dynatrace received the 2018 Pivotal Partner Award for Agile Partner of the Year. Announced during Pivotal’s SpringOne Platform conference, the Agile Partner category recognises the partner that has best demonstrated their commitment to helping Pivotal customers become more agile by transforming the way they build and run software.
“Dynatrace and Pivotal enjoy a strong partnership with a common goal of helping enterprises accelerate agile software delivery,” said Steve Tack, Senior Vice President of Product at Dynatrace. “We reinvented our software intelligence platform to help solve the new set of challenges that a cloud-native microservices architecture presents. With complete automation and artificial intelligence, we complement Pivotal Cloud FoundryⓇ (PCF), providing operations and development teams with the ability to get complete insights into the performance of applications, containers and VMs at scale.”
“PCF enables customers to efficiently deliver software faster. Dynatrace’s software intelligence platform automatically analyses application performance and problems, enabling IT and DevOps teams to get to real-time feedback on software release quality, including precise root-cause analytics,” said Nima Badiey, Head of Technology Partnerships at Pivotal. “The Agile Partner award recognises Dynatrace for helping to educate customers on the critical role that application performance and monitoring plays in accelerating the software development cycle.”
“Digital transformation today is software defined, and both Pivotal and Dynatrace are focused on ensuring our joint customers can take advantage of building and running an enterprise cloud that enables agility, flexibility and speed to market,” said John Van Siclen, CEO at Dynatrace. “We have a great partnership with Pivotal, and we are honoured to be named Agile Partner of the Year.”
To hear from our experts about Dynatrace’s support for Pivotal Cloud Foundry, visit Dynatrace’s booth at SpringOne Platform in Washington, DC from September 24th – 27th or visit https://www.dynatrace.com/technologies/cloud-foundry-monitoring/.
Dynatrace provides software intelligence to simplify enterprise cloud complexity and accelerate digital transformation. With AI and complete automation, our all-in-one platform provides answers, not just data, about the performance of applications, the underlying infrastructure and the experience of all users. That’s why many of the world’s largest enterprises, including 72 of the Fortune 100, trust Dynatrace to modernise and automate enterprise cloud operations, release better software faster, and deliver unrivalled digital experiences. Curious to see how you can simply your enterprise cloud? Let us show you. Visit our trial page for a free 15-day Dynatrace trial.
To learn more about how Dynatrace can help your business, visit https://www.dynatrace.com, visit our blog and follow us on Twitter @dynatrace.
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