Dynatrace named a Leader in the GigaOm Radar for Cloud Observability Solutions
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Dynatrace has been named a Leader in the 2022 GigaOm Radar for Cloud Observability Solutions .
The report evaluated solution providers based on a range of key criteria , including technical capabilities , product roadmap , innovation and ability to execute .
“ Digital Transformation has increased the complexity of IT , and with growing reliance on multicloud environments , the need for cloud observability solutions has never been greater ,” said GigaOm Analyst Ron Williams . “ Dynatrace ’ s platform approach to cloud observability combines its APM solution with runtime application security and AIOps via the Davis AI .
GigaOm placed Dynatrace in its Leaders Circle because of its comprehensive approach , which combines deep and broad observability , continuous runtime application security , and advanced AIOps to deliver answers and intelligent automation from data in increasingly complex , cloudnative environments .
In addition , GigaOm awarded Dynatrace the highest possible scores across all categories in the radar ’ s key criteria for evaluating cloud observability solutions .
“ The Dynatrace platform scales in hybridcloud and multicloud environments , as well as in on-premises private clouds , and can act across a broad set of ITOps , DevOps , SecOps and FinOps use cases .
“ Dynatrace ’ s Davis AI and continuous automation allows teams to automate cloud operations and simplify the way they analyse , manage and optimize their complex environments . Dynatrace provides a solid portion of the overall operational awareness of an enterprise .”
Finastra research shows Banking-as-a Service gains unstoppable momentum
Research from Finastra has revealed almost 85 % of respondents are already implementing or planning to implement Banking-as-a Service ( BaaS ) over the next 12 – 18 months .
Its Banking as a Service : Outlook 2022 : Paving The Way For Embedded Finance report , based on the opinions of 1,600 senior industry executives , revealed more than 80 % of regulated financial services providers expect the overall BaaS market to grow . Of these , 30 % expect it to grow by more than 50 % per year over the next five years . into the customer journey becomes as simple as creating a social media account .”
The majority of enablers , including bigtechs and fintechs , expect the overall BaaS market to grow by more than 50 % over the next five years . Some 40 – 50 % of enablers want to increase their partnerships with distributors and financial services providers by more than 50 % in the next five years . p
Angus Ross , Chief Revenue Officer , Banking as a Service at Finastra , said : “ There ’ s no doubt that BaaS is an incredibly exciting opportunity for the entire financial services ecosystem . Financial institutions can reach a greater number of customers at significantly lower cost , while distributor brands can open up new lines of revenue and build deeper relationships with their customers .
“ It ’ s clear from our research that consumers ( retail or corporate ) are changing where they source financial services and shifting to non-bank channels . This trend will only accelerate as integrating regulated products
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