Datadog is a monitoring service for cloud-scale applications, bringing together data from servers, databases, tools, and services to present a unified view of an entire stack. These capabilities are provided on a SaaS-based data analytics platform.

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  • Streamline support with Datadog’s new Zendesk integration
    Zendesk allows support teams worldwide to receive customer comments, questions, and ratings through a centralized, easy-to-use platform. Tracking and addressing customer support tickets is a crucial part of maintaining customer experience, but it can become increasingly difficult to manage as an organization scales its business. Datadog’s new Zendesk integration helps close the gap between custome...
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  • Monitoring in the Kubernetes era
    This post presents how Kubernetes works and how it changes your monitoring strategies. The post Monitoring in the Kubernetes era appeared first on Datadog.
  • Monitoring Kubernetes performance metrics
    This part of the series digs into the different metrics you should monitor when using Kubernetes as an orchestration tool for your containers. The post Monitoring Kubernetes performance metrics appeared first on Datadog.
  • How to collect and graph Kubernetes metrics
    In this post you will learn how you can manually set up metric collection, storage, and visualization using free, open source tools. The post How to collect and graph Kubernetes metrics appeared first on Datadog.
  • Monitoring Kubernetes with Datadog
    Datadog Kubernetes and Docker integrations have been designed to tackle the considerable challenges of monitoring orchestrated containers. The post Monitoring Kubernetes with Datadog appeared first on Datadog.
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  • How to resolve unassigned shards in Elasticsearch
    In Elasticsearch, a healthy cluster is a balanced cluster: primary and replica shards are distributed across all nodes for durable reliability in case of node failure. But what should you do when you see shards lingering in an UNASSIGNED state? Before we dive into some solutions, let’s verify that the unassigned shards contain data that […] The post How to resolve unassigned shards in Elasticsearc...
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  • Introducing anomaly detection in Datadog
    Datadog's anomaly detection algorithms identify abnormal trends by analyzing a metric's recent history in real-time The post Introducing anomaly detection in Datadog appeared first on Datadog.
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  • How to collect Windows Server 2012 metrics
    Windows offers numerous, powerful tools for collecting, visualizing, and alerting on performance counters, events, and service status. Read on for collecting perfomance data with Powershell, WMI, and GUI tools. The post How to collect Windows Server 2012 metrics appeared first on Datadog.
  • Monitoring Windows Server 2012 with Datadog
    You've read about the key metrics, events, and services to monitor in Windows Server 2012, now read how to collect them with Datadog. The post Monitoring Windows Server 2012 with Datadog appeared first on Datadog.
  • Monitoring Windows Server 2012
    In this article we detail key Windows metrics, events, and services to give you a clear view of what's going on under the hood. The post Monitoring Windows Server 2012 appeared first on Datadog.
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  • Upgrade your issue tracking with JIRA and Datadog
    Atlassian JIRA is a project management platform designed to organize bug tracking and issue resolution with the use of projects and tickets. Projects are collections of related issues and can be made up of different types of issues, like bugs or tasks. Teams can make sure everyone is on the same page as an issue is […] The post Upgrade your issue tracking with JIRA and Datadog appeared first on Da...
  • Monitor ActiveMQ metrics and performance
    Apache ActiveMQ is an open source message broker written in Java that processes incoming messages from applications and communicates them across your infrastructure. Message buses, like ActiveMQ, are middleware that enable easy integration across applications and systems for effective communication across every component in your stack. The broker routes, transforms, validates, and translates messa...
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  • How to monitor Elasticsearch performance
    This post is part 1 of a 4-part series about monitoring Elasticsearch performance. In this post, we’ll cover how Elasticsearch works, and explore the key metrics that you should monitor. Part 2 explains how to collect Elasticsearch performance metrics, part 3 describes how to monitor Elasticsearch with Datadog, and part 4 discusses how to solve […] The post How to monitor Elasticsearch performance...
  • How to collect Elasticsearch metrics
    This post is part 2 of a 4-part series about monitoring Elasticsearch performance. Part 1 provides an overview of Elasticsearch and its key performance metrics, Part 3 describes how to monitor Elasticsearch with Datadog, and Part 4 discusses how to solve five common Elasticsearch problems. If you’ve already read Part 1 of this series, you […] The post How to collect Elasticsearch metrics appeared ...
  • How to monitor Elasticsearch with Datadog
    This post is part 3 of a 4-part series on monitoring Elasticsearch performance. Part 1 provides an overview of Elasticsearch and its key performance metrics, Part 2 explains how to collect these metrics, and Part 4 discusses how to solve five common Elasticsearch problems. If you’ve read our post on collecting Elasticsearch metrics, you already […] The post How to monitor Elasticsearch with Datado...
  • How to solve 5 Elasticsearch performance and scaling problems
    This post is the final part of a 4-part series on monitoring Elasticsearch performance. Part 1 provides an overview of Elasticsearch and its key performance metrics, Part 2 explains how to collect these metrics, and Part 3 describes how to monitor Elasticsearch with Datadog. Like a car, Elasticsearch was designed to allow its users to […] The post How to solve 5 Elasticsearch performance and scali...
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  • Datadog in the wild: 5 fun projects
    Datadog is primarily used to monitor your infrastructure and applications, but for many Datadog users, the “data-driven” philosophy has grown to influence other aspects of their lives. From beer consumption to sleeping, restroom availability to energy use, Datadog community members are using monitoring to gain more visibility into their environment and make data-informed decisions to […] The post ...
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  • Monitor Google Compute Engine performance with Datadog
    Your VMs need to be closely monitored in order to spot hiccups and bottlenecks, to enable rapid investigation of any issue, and to know when to scale up. The post Monitor Google Compute Engine performance with Datadog appeared first on Datadog.
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  • Announcing next-generation APM
    Datadog is expanding into application performance monitoring to provide full-stack observability. The post Announcing next-generation APM appeared first on Datadog.
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  • Dashing Dashboard Competition
    As a Datadog user, you already know how important dashboards are for keeping an eye on your entire stack. In our own office we have many large-screen TVs displaying our most important dashboards. And while all of our dashboards are  extremely useful, some of them are also be quite eye-catching. This is not unusual— many […] The post Dashing Dashboard Competition appeared first on Datadog.
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  • Add Datadog to PagerDuty
    On-call teams, rejoice! PagerDuty’s new Workflow Extensions feature enables customers to configure custom workflows with add-ons, collaboration tools, and more. Now you can experience the power of Datadog dashboards and graphs directly within your PagerDuty incidents for dynamic, contextualized incident response. Embedded Datadog dashboards The add-on allows you to embed real-time Datadog dashboar...

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