One of the most popular comparisons on IT Central Station is Dynatrace vs New Relic APM.
One user says about Dynatrace, "Dashboards are one reason, and troubleshooting is another. I come from the monitoring perspective, so the ability to triage quickly is important. What I like about the product is its ability to alert and tell people where a problem is."
Another user says about New Relic APM, "It reveals where our code is insufficient or needs to be refactored, which is great. The most important thing is it tells us where the latency in the throughput and response times are."
In your experience, which is better and why?