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Dynatrace Data Center Real-User Monitoring (or RUM) is an application performance management offering, from Dynatrace in Waltham, Massachusetts, a division of Compuware.https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/J4/cw/1KTEUHPN4X3R.jpegDCRUM, legacy and traditional datacenter monitoring for enterprise applications.Dynatrace DCRUM today known as NAM has helped our customers for the past 7 years to discover application performance issues from a real user monitoring perspective. DCRUM can drive to the root cause across an application stack to find what tier issue is affecting real users. Today, DCRUM is a unified console to monitor application health in real time, for those legacy platforms not covered yet by Dynatrace's new approach oriented to web and mobile applications.,Dynatrace DCRUM can monitor legacy application protocols that are still used in a lot of organizations worldwide who still trust in those technologies. DCRUM monitors client-server architectures very well and can pinpoint issues along an infrastructure stack. Dynatrace DCRUM can analyze a wide spectre of protocols: Corba, DNS, DB2, Exchange, TCP, HTTP, IBM MQ, Citrix, ICMP, Informix, Tuxedo, SMB, LDAP, MSRPC, MySQL, NetFlow, Net8, Oracle Forms, RMI, SAP GUI, SAP HANA, SAP RFC, SMB, SOAP, XML.,Its configuration requires a lot of technical and business knowledge to drive monitoring expectations to dashboards. DCRUM needs a robust monitoring architecture to store, analyze and visualize all collected data. DCRUM can't monitor the latest Microsoft Exchange versions.,9,Dynatrace DRUM has helped us to discover issues before affecting a wider range of users. Dynatrace DCRUM has generated a visual impact to monitor degradation service issues to help us resolve problems faster.,Nagios and Riverbed SteelCentral NetProfiler,Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring, Elasticsearch, Freshsales CRMDCRUM - Application insight into the darkest corners of your DC.Dynatrace Data Center Real-User Monitoring (DCRUM) enables quick insight into the status and performance of all transaction based applications and some others too, like Citrix and VoIP.When things go wrong, a quick glance reveals what part of the application delivery chain isn't performing as it should. Automatic baselining of all traffic also helps separate out deviations from the norm, such as new releases of code going wrong or design flaws in the data flow. Many solutions are covered out of the box and the ability to support inhouse protocols for legacy applications is important.,The ability to correlate Citrix users and their performance to an actual backend application. Full insight into SAP over all the protocols as well as the customized code makes DCRUM a nice augmention to Solution Manager. The high capacity to decode 20 Gbps traffic on a single box/probe makes it easy to slot in even in high density populated DCs. In an effort to help understand and decode unknown traffic the configuration wizard helps and suggests what things to use in the datastream, since hardly any customers have documentation that covers the network traffic/protocol. It's also very handy to be able to define specific traffic to/from a node as Software Services when they are a shared resource, such as a database, web farm or a DNS. That enables you to cherry pick from as many software services as you want when building the application delivery chain which makes up what a user perceives as "an application". High capacity netflow processing helps you to get insight into devices that might be out of reach for various reasons. One very convenient thing is the self-monitoring/maintenance of the system. Often the installations are left running for a very long time and there is comfort in knowing that they will maintain themselves with data rollup and cleaning tasks so you won't be met by a blank screen due to a full HD or the inability to restart without user intervention.,Major upgrades process is sometimes unpredictable. The use of SQL Server should be evaluated for something else. Easier SSL key handling.,10,It has reduced the number of war rooms as well as the number of people involved to address issues. It helps in utilization trending for network capacity. It has prevented poor solutions from hitting production. When the various business units launch own initiatives such as third party tools or new platforms, it's become extremly easy to detect. The reports help in the field of continuous improvement as any changes are immediately discovered and can be compared to history. Deviations from what you have decided as a tolerance corridor can be used to trigger alarms, both positive and negative.,,VMware Workstation, JIRA Software, WebEx Meetings,Yes,9,Yes,Several times the Product Mangers has offered and taken over the dialogue directly with the stake holders to precisely understand why they request a particular function on report to cover a specific use case or business need.Half of them time this leads to something improving in the product and the other half leads to a more educated stake holder :-),Any kind of network based statistics. Any kind of network based discovery. Application response time versus network response time. Device discovery and baselining. Customized reporting.,The dependeny on a SQL database forces you to make decisions on what data to keep for a particular period to prevent DB growth in a bigger network. If there is no DAN (Data Acquisition Network) or previous experience of using TAP's or other means to get to the packets, the initial setup can be timeconsuming, but this goes for all similar products relying on a copy of the network traffic.,Yes,10
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March 21, 2019

Dynatrace Data Center RUM Review: "DCRUM, legacy and traditional datacenter monitoring for enterprise applications."

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Dynatrace DCRUM today known as NAM has helped our customers for the past 7 years to discover application performance issues from a real user monitoring perspective. DCRUM can drive to the root cause across an application stack to find what tier issue is affecting real users. Today, DCRUM is a unified console to monitor application health in real time, for those legacy platforms not covered yet by Dynatrace's new approach oriented to web and mobile applications.
  • Dynatrace DCRUM can monitor legacy application protocols that are still used in a lot of organizations worldwide who still trust in those technologies.
  • DCRUM monitors client-server architectures very well and can pinpoint issues along an infrastructure stack.
  • Dynatrace DCRUM can analyze a wide spectre of protocols: Corba, DNS, DB2, Exchange, TCP, HTTP, IBM MQ, Citrix, ICMP, Informix, Tuxedo, SMB, LDAP, MSRPC, MySQL, NetFlow, Net8, Oracle Forms, RMI, SAP GUI, SAP HANA, SAP RFC, SMB, SOAP, XML.
  • Its configuration requires a lot of technical and business knowledge to drive monitoring expectations to dashboards.
  • DCRUM needs a robust monitoring architecture to store, analyze and visualize all collected data.
  • DCRUM can't monitor the latest Microsoft Exchange versions.
If you have an application service like SAP or Oracle Forms with a client-server architecture with clients across the country, with Dynatrace you can monitor real user transactions from clients to main servers in a central point. Then you can pinpoint whether you are experiencing regional networking issues, application performance degradation, or SQL queries latency.
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April 27, 2017

Dynatrace Data Center RUM Review: "DCRUM - Application insight into the darkest corners of your DC."

Score 10 out of 10
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Dynatrace Data Center Real-User Monitoring (DCRUM) enables quick insight into the status and performance of all transaction based applications and some others too, like Citrix and VoIP.

When things go wrong, a quick glance reveals what part of the application delivery chain isn't performing as it should. Automatic baselining of all traffic also helps separate out deviations from the norm, such as new releases of code going wrong or design flaws in the data flow. Many solutions are covered out of the box and the ability to support inhouse protocols for legacy applications is important.

  • The ability to correlate Citrix users and their performance to an actual backend application.
  • Full insight into SAP over all the protocols as well as the customized code makes DCRUM a nice augmention to Solution Manager.
  • The high capacity to decode 20 Gbps traffic on a single box/probe makes it easy to slot in even in high density populated DCs.
  • In an effort to help understand and decode unknown traffic the configuration wizard helps and suggests what things to use in the datastream, since hardly any customers have documentation that covers the network traffic/protocol.
  • It's also very handy to be able to define specific traffic to/from a node as Software Services when they are a shared resource, such as a database, web farm or a DNS. That enables you to cherry pick from as many software services as you want when building the application delivery chain which makes up what a user perceives as "an application".
  • High capacity netflow processing helps you to get insight into devices that might be out of reach for various reasons.
  • One very convenient thing is the self-monitoring/maintenance of the system. Often the installations are left running for a very long time and there is comfort in knowing that they will maintain themselves with data rollup and cleaning tasks so you won't be met by a blank screen due to a full HD or the inability to restart without user intervention.
  • Major upgrades process is sometimes unpredictable.
  • The use of SQL Server should be evaluated for something else.
  • Easier SSL key handling.

It works really well on all things based on HTTP and the specific decodes it supports. There are guides for configuring but they are not "hard" as you can tweak and twist the decode with RegExs .

For the other decodes included, the same applies. You also have full freedom to draw reports backwards and forwards as all data is exposed in the DMI (Data Mining Interface).

It also sports a nifty Smartphone interface where you can control what is being published in a role-based setup, making sure your managers only get what they ask for and are spared the techie details.

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Feature Scorecard Summary

Application monitoring (2)
9.1
Database monitoring (2)
9.1
Threshold alerts (2)
7.4
Application performance management console (2)
7.4
Collaboration tools (2)
1.0
Out-of-the box templates to monitor applications (2)
8.2
Application dependency mapping and thresholding (2)
4.7
Virtualization monitoring (2)
7.3
Server availability and performance monitoring (2)
8.2
IT Asset Discovery (1)
3

About Dynatrace Data Center RUM

Dynatrace Data Center Real-User Monitoring (or RUM) is an application performance management offering, from Dynatrace in Waltham, Massachusetts, a division of Compuware.

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