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Dynatrace to expand Davis to deliver hypermodal AI
Dynatrace has announced it is expanding its Davis AI engine to create what it says is the industry's first hypermodal artificial intelligence.
Only 55% of CISOs have confidence software has been tested
The survey from Dynatrace surveyed 1,300 CISOs, including 100 respondents from Australia, in large organisations.
Dynatrace extends analytics capabilities with platform extension
Dynatrace extends its Grail data lakehouse to include support for metrics, traces, and multicloud topology, along with a new user experience.
New Dynatrace app helps enterprises reduce their carbon footprint
Dynatrace launches Carbon Impact app, providing real-time insights into the carbon footprint of organisations' hybrid and multicloud ecosystems.
Dynatrace announces new app development and automation solutions
Dynatrace's new AppEngine and AutomationEngine solutions will empower customers to utilise AI-driven solutions, and answer-driven automation.
Dynatrace partners Snyk to make software delivery secure
The DevSecOps Lifecycle Coverage with Snyk app, developed by the Dynatrace AppEngine, will mitigate risks across pre-production and production environments.
Growing urgency for observability and security to converge
Australian CIOs say extending a DevSecOps culture to more teams is key to accelerating digital transformation and driving faster, more secure software releases.
Dynatrace adds Grail core tech to Software Intelligence Platform
Software intelligence company Dynatrace has announced the launch of its Grail core technology within the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform.
Data from cloud-native stacks too hard to manage - report
Dynatrace survey reveals current solutions unable to handle data from cloud-native architectures, say 78% of Australian respondents and 71% globally.
Australian CISOs concerned over multi-layered security
The speed and complexity created by using multicloud environments and open source software libraries are making vulnerability management more difficult.
Cloud-native architectures breaking traditional approaches to application security
Cloud-native architectures are disrupting traditional application security, with 89% of CISOs reporting blind spots, according to a new study by Dynatrace.