An announcement to this effect was made at Dynatrace's Perform Canberra 2018 conference on Tuesday.
Customers who use the Dynatrace platform will be able to locate and monitor all components and dependencies of their IT stack running with Vault's secure cloud.
Vault is one of five companies certified by the Australian Signals Directorate to provide cloud services at the Protected level.
“As more government services transition from legacy platforms onto cloud platforms, it is vital for citizen information to be stored on an ASD-certified community cloud that can safeguard data while prioritising privacy, security and sovereignty at all times," Vault founder and chief executive Rupert Taylor-Price said.
"In addition, the service quality Australian citizens have while interacting with government services should mirror those of their favourite consumer services.
Martyn Beal, the government territory manager ANZ at Dynatrace, agreed that as more government agencies rolled out services, they needed to known of any potential problems.
“Successful businesses today understand the importance and value of having applications and software that work perfectly. It is critical that any business that provides an online service can deliver flawless user-experiences and the same can be said for the Australian Federal Government’s digital platforms,” said Beal.
“If citizens have issues using government websites, they’ll stop using them, ultimately hindering the government’s push to embrace digital platforms.
"By leveraging the AI within Dynatrace and the ‘Protected’ Vault cloud, we can now offer a secure government cloud, while providing a platform that ensures the type of seamless experience that today’s citizens expect.”