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Deloitte Expands Cloud Observation Practice with Dynatrace

by Helen J. Wolf
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Deloitte is expanding its cloud observability practice to include DevOps principles, AI/ML, cloud complexity management, and software engineering.

“Deloitte has developed deep domain knowledge and invested in modern software engineering to enable our customers to accelerate digital transformation with industry-leading cloud sensing, AI, and automation capabilities,” said Ranjit Bawa, the director of Deloitte Consulting and the US cloud leader.

Deloitte Expands Cloud Observation Practice with Dynatrace

These new observability solutions, powered by the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform, will help our customers deliver experiences that will shape our world for years.”

The company will use the observability and AIOps capabilities of the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform to develop targeted offerings for customers, accelerating digital transformation for large organizations.

“I am delighted that Deloitte is leveraging Dynatrace in providing its customers with observational solutions,” said Dynatrace CEO Rick McConnell.

“Dynatrace delivers accurate answers and intelligent automation from the massive data generated by hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

“Deloitte brings extensive industry and domain knowl and modern delivery frameworks.

“I look forward to expanding our relationship and driving faster, more successful digital transformations at scale.”

Deloitte’s team has been trained and certified to integrate the Dynatrace platform into its Innovation Centers and DevOps Cloud Platform. The company will continue to use the unified software intelligence platform for its internal IT operations.

“Deloitte has successfully used Dynatrace software to enable observability, control, and automated insights across cloud providers and technologies in a single platform in our complex environment,” said Deloitte US CIO Doug Beaudoin.

“We are excited to bring this offering to our customers and bring them the same benefits.”

The announcement comes after Deloitte expanded its alliance with Exabeam, integrating Exabeam’s comprehensive detection and response within Deloitte’s own managed security services for its customers.

Ralph Pisani, president of Exabeam, said the company’s cybersecurity and automation capabilities would help detect, investigate, and respond to threats.

He added that Exabeam’s open API environment, through the MXDR by Deloitte suite of managed security services, will strengthen security programs for Deloitte customers and create a relaxed API environment.

MXDR from Deloitte focuses on threat detection and response. Exabeam will expand with “military” capabilities for insider threats and incident response.

MXDR suite modules also provide analytics to perform discovery in tandem with the continuous response, including prevention, discovery, and remediation for endpoints; cloud security workloads; zero trust identity management systems; Insider threat, proactive hunting, intelligence, attack surface, and vulnerability management; and unified log and analytics management.

Exabeam’s partner program includes more than 400 resellers, distributors, systems integrators, MSSPs, MDR, and consulting partners worldwide. The company also has over 500 technology integrations with leading IT and security companies, including providers of cloud networks, data lakes, and endpoints such as CrowdStrike, Okta, and Snowflake.

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