Dynatrace is a global software intelligence company founded in 2005 in Linz, Austria and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. Dynatrace provides software intelligence to DevOps teams for application performance management purposes.
Dynatrace was founded by Bernd Greifeneder in 2005 in Linz, Austria. Following a $5 million investment by Bain Capital Ventures in 2007, the company relocated its headquarters to Waltham, Massachusetts. Dynatrace was acquired by Compuware for $256 million in July 2011. In 2014, Compuware was acquired by Thoma Bravo for $2.5 billion, making Dynatrace a spin-out company of Thoma Bravo.
Dynatrace's software intelligence platform is an all-in-one platform that enables multiple teams to collaborate in the same place using a wide set of purpose-built use cases in categories such as infrastructure monitoring, application security, business analytics, cloud automation, and more. Dynatrace's open API can be added into an existing business ecosystem to help drive automation in development, releases, cloud ops, business processes, and more. The platform enables the measurement of metrics and can produce full topological models.
Dynatrace offers the following pricing structure for its platform features:
- Full-stack monitoring, starting at $69 per month
- Infrastructure monitoring, starting at $21 per month
- Digital experience monitoring, starting at $11 per month
- Application security, starting at $12 per month
- Open ingestion, starting at $25 per month
- Cloud automation, starting at $0.10 per month
Dynatrace offers application monitoring solutions to many industries. It offers monitoring with the programs of AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, VMware Tamzu, and ServiceNow integration.