How Dynatrace and OpenShift Served Vital Information During the Woolsey Fire
September 30, 2019 | by
Our partners, Dynatrace, have written a blog and a case study covering our joint customer, the largest county in the United States. Normally, case studies and joint customer stories are strictly about business affairs, discussing ROI, OpEx and developer agility; tantalizing topics for IT folks, but not exactly the stuff of drama and danger. This particular case study, however, is about the county's usage of Red Hat OpenShift and Dynatrace's Davis AI during the Woolsey Fire in November of 2018.
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