From Nancy Gohring:
In 2015, Dynatrace recorded $466.6m in revenue, including $30m from services and $60m from SIGOS, the mobile network-testing company that Keynote acquired in 2006. Dynatrace’s APM revenue was $376.6m, representing 15% growth over the previous year, and making it twice as large by revenue as two of its primary competitors – New Relic and AppDynamics.
She writes fine reports.
Source: Dynatrace tackles integration of Keynote and Ruxit
Number of customers:
- 2014: 250
- 2015: 297
- 2016YTD: 315
- 2016E: 365
From a report by Nancy Gohring.
I was on The New Stack Analyst podcast today along with Nancy Gohring, one of the tech reports who’s work I’ve always enjoyed, and, of course, Alex Williams.
We discuss Nancy’s recent piece on Azure cloud seeming to grow faster than Amazon’s cloud, the problem with figuring comparisons like this out, some different scenarios for big cloud vendor success and failure based on where the packaged software market goes, and then DaaS and WaaS. The last is a topic I know less about than I’d like, but that never stops a analyst from talking about a topic…at length.
Pretty wide-ranging topics, but all trying to sort through what “IT” is becoming with all this cloud nonsense running around.
My connection was slow so I shut down my video. Enjoy milkman meets pie man.