API and DogStatsD client libraries
The following table lists Datadog-official and community contributed API and DogStatsD client libraries. A few libraries support both the API and DogStatsD, but most focus on one or the other.
APM & Continuous Profiler client libraries
The following table lists Datadog-official and community contributed trace client libraries.
Serverless client libraries
The following table lists Datadog-official and community contributed serverless client libraries.
Log management client libraries
The following table lists Datadog-official and community contributed log management client libraries.
Using Datadog APIs, it’s possible to write a script to backup your Dashboard definitions as code. See the following projects as examples of how these backups can be accomplished:
There are multiple community projects available to maintain, manage, or backup monitors using the Datadog API:
In addition to the official Ansible integration, the monitoring section of the ansible-modules-extras repository contains modules that interact with Datadog.
Enclave delivers your metrics to a Datadog account. Consult the dedicated Aptible help center to learn how.
The Auth0 extension takes your Auth0 logs and ships them to Datadog.
A set of tools to backup/restore dashboards and monitors, and configure users through a command line interface.
Publish Consul service counts into Datadog from DogStatsD with the Consul library.
Scale up auto-scale groups based on the results of a Datadog query with Dogscaler.
This plugin sends any Dynatrace measure from a chart to Datadog.
This is for a FreeSwitch ESL application to export statistics to Datadog using the DogStatsD API and is written by WiMacTel.
You can get data into Datadog from Google Analytics using the Datadog API with the Google Analytics library from Bithaus.
Heroku emits dyno metrics through logs. To convert these logs into metrics and send them to Datadog, use one of the following log drains. To send your Heroku logs to Datadog, see Collect Heroku logs.
A tool to poll data from Jira and upload it as metrics to Datadog.
K6, a load and performance regression testing tool developed by Load Impact, can send test results to Datadog using DogStatsD. To enable this feature, see the tutorial.
A LaunchDarkly webhook handler that records changes as Datadog events.
A Moogsoft listener that ingests Datadog notifications.
Send health metrics from Phusion’s Passenger server using the passenger-datadog-monitor written by Stevenson Jean-Pierre
This library allows you to generate process information from StatsD, given pid files. It was created by GitterHQ.
Use these Sensu handlers to automatically send both metrics and events to Datadog.
This StackStorm Datadog integration pack supplies action integration for Datadog.
A Winston Datadog transport.
FreeBSD dd-agent port
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