We recently flipped from using an older SNMP based monitoring system and couldn't be happier. From the initial install during our trial I was smitten. It was everything I would want in an application and system monitoring system all wrapped up in a beautiful API.Read the full review
We're using Datadog to monitor our many servers and various types of services, which has always been a hassle. Datadog allows us to quickly see health of our entire system, quick and reliant alerts for our custom criteria which target only the people in the team that need to see and react ...Read the full review
À partir de: $15.00/mois
Modèle: Abonnement, Essai Gratuit, Freemium
Starts at $15 per host per month. Pay-as-you-go or subscription terms available. Service includes unlimited integrations per monitored host. 14-day free trial included in all plans. All plans include custom metrics and events. Pro plans include 13 months data retention, metric alerts, and email support.
Datadog was built for any organization that runs servers, databases, applications, and tools. It is used by companies of all sizes, from startups to some of the largest enterprises in the world, in an array of industries. A few of Datadog’s best-known clients are Airbnb, Spotify, HP Cloud Services, EA, and Salesforce.
Professionals involved in IT, development, and operations management teams will find Datadog the most useful. With 100+ turn-key integrations, Datadog seamlessly aggregates metrics and events across the full DevOps stack.Voir l'Analyse Produit
Datadog brings a whole new level to visibility of our infrastructure. It definitely has a learning curve but it's definitely worth it. Our incident response has become much less of a hassle. Tried AWS, Kafka, Cassandra, Zookeeper and Docker integrations - all are great starting points for building something custom.
Datadog has great support for a variety of different third party systems - Windows machines, linux machines, AWS instances, pretty much anything you can imagine. You can easily slice and dice stats on a good looking dashboard. Provides a good one stop view of your environment.
Datadog's Windows support is great, the Windows agent supports detailed IIS and MSSQL statistics. Their RabbitMQ support is good as well - providing good insight into queues. Customizable dashboards are very handy as well.
The User interface generally is good but in some instances can be a bit too technical to use.
Time used: 1-2 years
Frequency of use: Daily
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They have great customer support if you get stuck on something!
Datadog is a great application for very specific uses - To me, it feels like it was made to monitor AWS and AWS only not Azure. But it actually can monitor Azure and docker and chef as well but I still feel like Azure was an afterthought.
Data dogs is a great application for very specific uses - To me it feels like it was made to monitor AWS and AWS only not Azure. But it actually can monitor Azure and docker and chef as well but I still feel like Azure was an afterthought.
The AWS monitoring is top notch
Azure monitoring needs to play some catch-up, this is a monitoring platform made for a developer IMHO.
Time used: Less than 6 months
Frequency of use: Weekly
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I feel . . . this is built for a backend developer to monitor the smallest little things, for Windows Server monitoring I would push you toward LogicMonitor which is what I ended up choosing!
We recently flipped from using an older SNMP based monitoring system and couldn't be happier. From the initial install during our trial I was smitten. It was everything I would want in an application and system monitoring system all wrapped up in a beautiful API.
Easy... seriously dummy proof. Robust - So many integration's and easy write your own plugins. Solid API with great documentation. It's StatsD and Graphite, at the push of a button.
Somewhat expensive. Doesn't have an integration with every single application? I actually have to do some work... That's all I can think of....
Time used: 6-12 mois
We're using Datadog to monitor our many servers and various types of services, which has always been a hassle. Datadog allows us to quickly see health of our entire system, quick and reliant alerts for our custom criteria which target only the people in the team that need to see and react accordingly. It's been a breeze to setup and tweak.
Easy setup, easy to use, great customer support, quite an eye candy.
No significant cons, though I'd like to be able to monitor RDS health without integrating to the entire AWS.
Time used: 6-12 mois
Datadog takes away a lot of overhead in maintaining monitoring infrastructure. This allows us to focus resources on our core services. It was quick to trial and proved useful during our load tests and performance tuning excercise.
Fantastically easy to setup and install. Works well with automation tools like Ansible to get it installed on a fleet of servers. Customer support is second to none!
Have to be a bit careful about AWS EC2 integrations.
Time used: Less than 6 months
We compared a lot of monitoring options to DataDog. Nothing comes close! Beautiful, high-performance UI. Lots of integrations with everything under the sun. And a team that knows how to listen. Highly recommended!
- Lots of integrations - High-performance UI - Team-centric with Slack integrations, @mentions etc.
- A little pricey :) - I want to send my logs here too!
Time used: Less than 6 months
Datadog has been very helpful when we get a lot of traffic. We get a global glance of our infrastructure's health from a few dashboard and detailed information about specific aspect when needed. It integrates so well with Amazon Web Services and all sorts of software, it's very easy to set up and get started quickly. Whenever I have a question, the customer service is fast and knowledgeable. I recommend Datadog for any type of business or organizations.
After setting up Datadog, the value was immediately apparent. The instrumentation provided out of the box changed hours of troubleshooting to find the source of a problem in to minutes. While it used to take days or weeks to set up instrumentation, Datadog provides tools that make setup and installation simple. We use Chef at SimpleReach and in about 10 minutes, I had Datadog monitoring everything in the infrastructure. Spent a few minutes creating alerts for application metrics and turned what used to be a few weeks of work into a few hours. Coming from a systems administration background, I can't say enough good things about Datadog.
Easy setup. Wide range of integrations with common applications. Easy to create custom graphs and metrics on the fly.
If you don't already have your applications instrumented with statsd, then it can a little catching up. Also, their default set of metrics limits you to 100 metrics per server (which can be changed easily).
It’s not uncommon for IT, operations, and development teams that write and run applications at scale to end up with significant amounts of data. However, understanding what to do with all the data that’s produced by apps, tools, and other web-services isn’t always an easy task. Datadog is a solution that professionals can use to quickly turn the data being gathered by cloud-based apps and tools into actionable business insights.
Designed for IT, operations, and development teams of all sizes, Datadog is used by technology businesses including Intel, Adobe, Salesforce, Zendesk, and Spotify. Other well-known clients include Stanford University, Hearst Magazines, and the MLS soccer league.
Part of the reason why so many large organizations have started using Datadog is because the company offers a way to collect and analyze the data being generated by apps, tools, and other web-services that businesses are managing on-premises. Datadog is best known for its real-time interactive dashboards and correlation tools, which overlay metrics and events across seemingly-unrelated sources and enable users to hone in on specific code changes that are necessary to configure updates and schedule jobs.
Datadog is a web-based tool that provides its users with a way to turn the data being generated by apps, tools, and other online services into real world insight. System metrics, changes, alerts, and events from across an organization’s infrastructure are brought together in Datadog, where development and operations teams can parse key data points and collaborate to find the solutions to ongoing challenges.
Organizations benefit when they use a platform like Datadog, because the solution brings together metrics and events from disparate sources. For example, IT professionals may sign up to receive instant notifications when performance problems are affecting their companies’ apps, while development teams may use Datadog for highly elastic cloud deployments. Bringing these metrics together into a centralized platform gives organizations a more straightforward way to stay in control of the increasing amounts of data being generated by mobile apps, servers, tools, and other web-services.
Datadog brings multiple data sources together within the platform’s news feed. Scroll through the news feed for minute-by-minute updates of the events occurring on your apps, servers, tools, and other web-services. Within the news feed, you may see source code commit from Github, system alerts from MySQL, and user alerts from Pingdom, to name just a few of the services that Datadog supports.
When you install Datadog’s agent and cloud integrations, you’re able to bring metrics and events from your cloud services into a centralized place. You can also drill down to see more details about any single event by clicking on that event. You can start a conversation with your team to discuss what may be causing a specific event or trigger to occur. Datadog also notifies you of performance problems, whether they affect a single host or a massive cluster. Datadog alerts can be used to identify dips, spikes, or unhealthy trends in your metrics. For instance, you might alert on memory rapidly running out, or a dramatic drop in requested work. Alerts are built to automatically notify individuals or teams via the communication tools you already use, such as PagerDuty or Slack.
In addition to collecting data from integrated applications, Datadog also provides its users with tools for manipulating and graphing the metrics and events it tags. Generate graphs that include real-time data from multiple sources, which may include popular web services like Airbrake, RSS, and HipChat.
Datadog allows you to organize data by host, device, or tag, and the solution automatically computes the rates, ratios, averages, and integrals so you don’t have to manage the calculations on your own. All graphs are “in sync,” and you can zoom in to focus on specific points of interest. Advanced users may be interested in customizing their graph views, as well.
The above screenshot is an example of Datadog’s Host Maps feature. Host Maps let you see all of your hosts together on one screen, grouped however you want, filtered however you want, with metrics made instantly comprehensible via color and shape. This is a simple way to spot outliers, detect usage patterns, avoid resource problems, and make decisions about how to best manage your infrastructure. Host Maps work at any scale, whether you have 10, 100 or 10,000 hosts. Host Maps also help with resource optimization, availability zone replacement, and problem investigation.
In the process of pulling together graphs and correlating metrics and events, it’s not uncommon for users to notice specific issues or triggers that they’d like to address with their teams. The manual process of sharing this information—usually by copy/pasting images and emailing those files to colleagues—is time consuming and not necessarily productive. Datadog has developed its own method for sharing analytics.
Quickly share insights with your team without wasting time or losing context. When you see an important data point on a graph that you’d like to bring to the attention of your colleagues, take a picture, add the details, and press submit. The snapshot you’ve taken, along with the context you’ve provided, will appear in the news feed for every member of your team. Colleagues will then have ample room in Datadog to discuss the issue that you’ve brought up.
Datadog supports full-text structured search over all the event data it integrates with, allowing you to search and correlate metrics and events. With Datadog you can overlay metrics and events across disparate sources; see who did what, in context; zero-in on the right code changes, relevant config updates or scheduled jobs; and correlate the metrics and events to find the root cause.
Datadog works with many of the cloud-based tools and services that organizations are already using. The solution integrates with more than 50 services, the most popular of which include Amazon Web Services, Elasticsearch, Github, Hadoop, Java, Nodejs, and Pingdom.
Datadog is continuing to add to the list of tools and services it supports, and the company encourages its users to recommend which new integrations they’d like to see added to the system.
Datadog offers three levels of pricing, beginning with a free plan for organizations with up to five hosts. The standard plan ($15 per host, per month), allows up to 100 hosts. Organizations with more than 100+ hosts are encouraged to select the Enterprise plan, which comes with custom pricing. All Datadog plans include custom metrics and events.
Bridges together metrics & events from all components to provide teams with graphing, correlation and data analytics
Quickly share key insights with the entire work team
Built for IT, operations, and development teams
Integrates with 80 popular business services
Gain visibility into a company’s web infrastructure