Deloitte expands its cloud observability practice

Deloitte is expanding its cloud observability practice, encompassing DevOps principles, AI/ML, cloud complexity management and software engineering. The practice will leverage the Dynatrace® Software Intelligence Platform’s extensive observability and advanced AIOps capabilities and is charged with developing targeted solutions for clients, with the goal of accelerating digital transformation for the world’s largest organizations.

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“Deloitte has cultivated a deep domain knowledge and invested in modern software engineering to enable our clients to accelerate digital transformation with leading cloud observability, AI and automation capabilities. These new observability solutions, powered by the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform, will help our clients deliver experiences that will define our world in the years to come,” said Ranjit Bawa, principal and U.S. cloud leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP.



“I am thrilled that Deloitte is leveraging Dynatrace in delivering observability solutions to its clients,” said Rick McConnell, CEO at Dynatrace. “Dynatrace delivers precise answers and intelligent automation from the enormous amount of data generated by hybrid and multicloud environments. Deloitte brings expansive industry and domain knowledge, as well as modern delivery frameworks. I look forward to expanding our relationship and driving faster, more successful digital transformations at scale.”



Deloitte’s team of dedicated DevOps and site reliability engineers are being trained and certified to incorporate the Dynatrace platform into its Innovation Centers and DevOps Cloud Platform. Deloitte will also continue to use Dynatrace for its own internal IT operations, covering the organization’s wide range of technologies and processes.



“Deloitte has been successfully using Dynatrace software to enable observability, control and automated insights across cloud providers and technologies in a single platform throughout our complex environment,” said Doug Beaudoin, Deloitte U.S. CIO. “We are excited to bring this offering to our clients and extend the same benefits to them.”

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