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Datadog unifies the data from servers, OS, databases, applications, tools and services to present a unified view of the infrastructure. These capabilities are provided on a SaaS-based monitoring and data analytics platform that enables Dev and Ops teams working collaboratively on the infrastructure to avoid downtime, resolve performance problems and ensure that development and deployment cycles finish on time.

Datadog makes first acquisition to expand its analytics reach

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Datadog Inc., a rising star in the burgeoning cloud monitoring space, has bought out a fellow New York analytics startup to provide a broader view of infrastructure and applications. No financial terms were disclosed, but it’s safe to assume a substantial part of the capital for the purchase came from the $31 million funding round Datadog […]

Instrument your Go apps with Expvar and Datadog

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Here at Datadog, we have created myriad integrations with your favorite applications. We also provide ways to instrument your own custom apps using various DogStatsD libraries as well as the RESTful API. For those of you writing your apps in Go, the Datadog Agent 5.1.0 introduces the ability to use expvar as well. Expvar is a Go package which […]

Keep support on the same page with the Salesforce Desk integration

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We’re happy to announce that Datadog now integrates with Salesforce Desk. With this integration, you can view trends in and set alerts on support case data as well as access new cases from events in the Events Stream. In addition, your support team can see its case metrics alongside operational metrics. This added visibility can help […]

Cloud Monitoring Service Datadog Raises $31M, Plans to Ramp Up Hiring

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Looking to expand its ranks and deepen the development of its technology, Datadog, based in New York, raised $31 million in a Series C funding round led by Index Ventures, with RTP Ventures, OpenView Partners, and others participating. Datadog is a monitoring service used by IT teams and developers who work with cloud-based software. CEO […]

Tomorrow! Managing CoreOS Container Performance for Production Workloads

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As containers grow in importance, Linux distributions focused on container performance and management also are becoming mainstream. One of the most prevalent of these distributions is CoreOS. But how are real businesses using containers and CoreOS, and how are they monitoring container performance. After attending this webinar, you will have a better understanding of: What […]

Webinar: Managing CoreOS Container Performance for Production Workloads

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As containers grow in importance, Linux distributions focused on container performance and management also are becoming mainstream. One of the most prevalent of these distributions is CoreOS. But how are real businesses using containers and CoreOS, and how are they monitoring container performance. After attending this webinar, you will have a better understanding of: What […]

Process monitoring with Inspeqtor and Datadog

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A year ago, I had a serious problem. I was the Director of Engineering at an eCommerce company running a Ruby on Rails website. Our Rails app was quite stable except for one part: our background worker processes kept increasing in memory over the course of a day from 300MB up to many gigabytes. Eventually […]

Datadog: Introducing JMX custom tagging

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With the release of the Datadog Agent 5.1.0, we have introduced new options for tagging metrics collected by the JMX integration. In addition to automatically tagging metrics by their JMX object name, we now support assigning custom tags to each metric. The benefit here is that you are no longer limited to the tags assigned by the […]

Monitoring Apache processes with Datadog

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At nonfiction, we hosted the sites we built using a number of different hosting providers. The vast majority of the sites are hosted on some Rackspace Cloud instances – they have been very reliable for our workloads. One of those servers had been acting up recently and had been becoming unresponsive for no obvious reason, so […]

Introducing DataDog Availability Monitoring

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We’ve just released a major extension to Datadog monitors in the Datadog Agent 5.1.0 called Availability Monitoring. Availability Monitoring introduces five new kinds of monitors on top of our existing metric-based ones: Host monitors Integration monitors Network monitors Process monitors Custom monitors  Metric-based monitors let you monitor apps and services in a sophisticated way. However, sometimes […]

Announcing Datadog Agent 5.1 with support for Btrfs and Go expvar

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We are excited to announce the newest release of the Datadog Agent (dd-agent 5.1.0). This latest Agent adds improved support for Btrfs and Go expvars and expands support for a few existing integrations (PostgreSQL, Jenkins, and more). You can find the detailed ChangeLog here. Introducing support for Btrfs Datadog Agent 5.1.0 introduces support for a relatively new Linux filesystem called […]

Monitor Google App Engine with Datadog

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With the release of our Google App Engine (GAE) integration, Datadog has joined the Google Cloud Platform ecosystem. This release allows you to visualize, analyze, and alert on the performance metrics from your Google Cloud Platform infrastructure as well as custom metrics from GAE applications. Setup and configuration If you are a new Datadog customer, then we […]

Running & Monitoring Docker Containers at Scale #re:Invent

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Containerization (à la Docker) is increasing the elastic nature of cloud infrastructure by an order of magnitude. If you have adopted Docker, or are considering it, you are probably facing questions like: How many containers can you run on a given Amazon EC2 instance type? Which metric should you look at to measure contention? How […]

Monitor CoreOS at scale with Datadog

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This is a guest post by Kelsey Hightower @KelseyHightower who is the Director of Business Development at CoreOS. CoreOS was designed to support deployment sizes ranging from a single machine to warehouse scale, which pushes traditional monitoring solutions to their limits. The distributed nature of environments running CoreOS requires a monitoring solution that is easy to install, configure, and […]

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