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.
In this walkthrough, you’ll learn how to use anomaly detection, forecasting, and composite monitors to build an alert that is precisely tailored to your applications and infrastructure. via Datadog Bookmark Video
Note: This video describes Autodiscovery using version 6 of the Datadog agent. We made some updates in version 6, but if you are using version 5, please refer to this video instead: https://youtu.be/4lnEdiOD7o4 Orchestration platforms like Docker, Kubernetes, and Amazon ECS make running containerized services easier and more resilient by handling workload scheduling and request […]
A lack of visibility across your stack can create unexpected roadblocks when migrating to the cloud. Datadog’s full-stack observability helps ensure availability of all your business critical applications before, during, and after migrating to keep your project on schedule and on budget. Learn more at datadog.com/migrate via Datadog Bookmark Video
Orchestration platforms like Docker, Kubernetes, and Amazon ECS make running containerized services easier and more resilient by handling workload scheduling and request routing. But all of that makes monitoring more difficult. How can you reliably monitor a service which by design constantly changes the definition normal as it moves applications between hosts? The Datadog Agent […]
Brendan Shaklovitz and the Atlassian team share how they manage monitors as code using Terraform at Datadog Summit. Time is money and money is power. Why would you spend all your time, money, and power creating dashboards and monitors for your services, fixing them when someone else breaks them, and updating them at scale? You […]