More than 200 built-in integrations. See across all your systems, apps, and services.
Collect metrics for brokers and queues, producers and consumers, and more.
Collect cluster and namespaces statistics
View, search on, and discuss Airbrake exceptions in your event stream.
Track Amazon API gateway errors.
Track the status and counts of instances in your Auto Scaling groups.
Monitor actual and estimated spend on your AWS account.
Track error rates, request counts, and bytes downloaded and uploaded.
Track index utilization, successful request count, and more.
Alert on suspicious AWS account activity.
See deployments as they happen and track how long they take.
Track key Amazon Direct Connect metrics.
Track table size, read/write capacity, request latency, and more.
Track snapshot age, IOPS, read/write times, and more.
Track instance resource usage, monitor status checks, and more.
Monitor container statuses, track resource usage, and more.
Track key Amazon Elastic Filesystem metrics.
Amazon EKS is a managed service that makes it easy to run Kubernetes on AWS
Track key Amazon ElasicCache metrics.
Track key Amazon ElasticBeanstalk metrics.
Track key Amazon Load Balancer metrics.
Track key Amazon Elastic Map Reduce metrics.
Track key Amazon Elasticsearch metrics.
Track key Amazon Firehose metrics.
Gather your AWS GuardDuty logs.
Monitor AWS service health.
Track key Amazon Internet of Things metrics.
Track key Amazon Kinesis metrics.
Track Amazon KMS key expiration.
Track lambda run times, errors, invocation counts, and more.
Track prediction counts and failures from AWS Machine Learning.
Track key AWS MQ metrics.
Track AWS OpsWorks resource usage.
Track key AWS Polly metrics.
Track a wealth of metrics related to Amazon RDS.
Track key Amazon Redshift metrics.
Track Route53 metrics, and monitor health checks.
Track request latency, number of requests by type, bucket sizes, and more.
Track email bounces, delivery attempts, rejected messages, and more.
Send Amazon SNS messages to Datadog, or send Datadog alerts to SNS.
Track queue size, average message size, number of messages, and more.
Track key AWS Storage Gateway metrics.
Track key Amazon Simple Workflow Service metrics.
Track allowed versus blocked requests.
Integrate your AWS services with Datadog.
Track failed connections, session latency, unhealthy workspaces, and more.
Ambassador is an open source, Kubernetes-native API Gateway built on Envoy
Track failed tasks and see playbook runs in your event stream.
Track requests per second, bytes served, worker threads, uptime, and more.
Track your ASP.NET service metrics in real time
Collect metrics from instances and many, many Azure services.
Track key Azure App Services metrics.
Track key Azure Batch Service metrics.
Track key Azure Event Hub metrics.
Track key Azure IOT Hub metrics.
Track trigger workflows, action latency, failed actions, and more.
Track cache hits, misses, evictions, connected clients, and more.
Track key Azure SQL Database metrics.
Track key Azure SQL Elastic Pool metrics.
Track key Azure Storage metrics.
Track Azure VM resource usage, network statistics, and more.
Track by-set metrics: bytes in and out, disk operations, CPU usage, and more.
See which commits and pull requests affect performance across your services.
Monitor usage on Btrfs volumes so you can respond before they fill up.
One-click delivery automation with working website previews for web developers.
Centrally track error rates across your applications as they rise and fall.
Forward your Cacti RRDs to Datadog for richer alerting and beautiful graphing.
Send selected Datadog alerts and graphs to your team's Campfire channel.
Capture and search for deploys, overlay them onto key metrics graphs.
Track cluster performance, capacity, overall health, and much more.
Send your Catchpoint alerts to your Datadog event stream.
Collect per-pool performance metrics and monitor overall cluster status.
Send Datadog alerts and graphs to your team's Chatworks room.
Track Chef client runs: know when they fail, succeed, or make big changes.
Track Cisco ACI performance and usage.
Track the health of your Cloud Foundry VMs and the jobs they run.
Help cloudcheckr help you: give it per-instance memory metrics from Datadog
Help CloudHealth help you: give it per-instance metrics from Datadog.
Alert on Consul health checks, see service-to-node mappings, and much more.
Convox is an open-source PaaS built entirely on cloud services. It is designed for total privacy and zero upkeep.
Track and graph your CouchDB activity and performance metrics.
Track and graph your Couchbase activity and performance metrics.
See and discuss new, open, pending, and resolved cases in your event stream.
The Directory integration reports metrics on files for a provided directory
The disk check gathers metrics on mounted disks.
Monitor the resolvablity of and lookup times for any DNS record.
Correlate container performance with that of the services running inside them.
Monitor zone changes and track queries per second by zone or record.
Track metrics for containers running with ECS Fargate
Monitor overall cluster status down to JVM heap usage and everything in between.
Envoy is an open source edge and service proxy
Track writes, updates, deletes, inter-node latencies, and more Etcd metrics.
Send Windows events to your Datadog event stream.
Collect and graph Microsoft Exchange Server metrics
Monitor response times overall and request rates by response code.
See and search on Fabric tasks in your Datadog event stream.
Track cache-related metrics, origin requests, response codes, and more.
Send Datadog alerts and graphs to your team's flows.
Monitor buffer queues and retry counts for each Fluentd plugin you've enabled.
Track the number of jobs queued and running - in total or by task.
Send commits and pull requests from your self-hosted Git server to Datadog.
Identify commits and pull requests that affect your services' performance.
Track all your Gitlab metrics with Datadog
Passively calculate TCP RTT between hosts
Collect expvar-instrumented metrics and memory stats from your Go service.
Collect metrics for your project and compare them across project versions.
Track query count, execution times, uploaded bytes and rows, and more.
Track Datastore read/write performance, request counts, and more.
Track network and data store usage attributable to your Firebase services.
Track min, max, and average function execution times.
Track key Google Cloud Machine Learning metrics.
Collect a wealth of GCP metrics and visualize your instances in a host map.
Track key Google Cloud PubSub metrics.
Track the resource usage of your Spanner instances.
Track key Google Cloud Storage metrics.
Monitor VPN tunnel status, throughput, session counts, and more.
Track database metrics for performance, health, and replication.
Track busy instances and compare account usage metrics to quota limits.
Monitor your GCE containers' resource usage.
Track the size of logs ingested into Google Stackdriver.
Send events occurring in Gremlin to Datadog
Monitor request rates and durations, log-message rates, and worker processes.
Monitor key metrics for requests, responses, errors, bytes served, and more.
HBase master integration.
Track cluster disk usage, volume failures, dead DataNodes, and more.
Send Datadog alerts and graphs to your team's Hipchat room.
View, search on, and discuss exceptions from Honeybadger in your event stream.
Monitor any HTTP service for bad responses, soon-to-expire SSL certs, and more.
Track total or per-site metrics and monitor each site's up/down status.
Collect data from Immunio to visualize and monitor attack patterns.
Collect performance schema metrics, query throughput, custom metrics, and more.
Collect custom metrics from your applications using the Yammer Metrics library.
Track job statuses and see builds start and stop from your event stream
Have your Datadog alerts auto-generate and later update JIRA tickets.
Forward your logs from the journal to Datadog
Collect metrics for producers and consumers, replication, max lag, and more.
Track total requests, response codes, client connections, and more.
Capture Pod scheduling events, track the status of your Kublets, and more
Track get, set, and delete operations; monitor replication lag.
Track metrics from LaunchDarkly's relay proxy
Track actors and dispatcher events for Akka-based applications
Track uptime, bytes served, requests per second, response codes, and more.
Monitor your services health with metrics from linkerd.
Visualize and monitor linux_proc_extras states.
Monitor and collect runtime metrics from a Logstash instance
AI-Powered ELK as a Service
Monitor the status and duration of map and reduce tasks.
Track application metrics: required memory and disk, instance count, and more.
Track memory use, hits, misses, evictions, fill percent, and more.
Track cluster resource usage, master and slave counts, tasks statuses, and more.
Track read/write performance, most-used replicas, collection metrics, and more.
Send Datadog alerts and graphs to Moxtra.
Monitor app crashes and collect detailed runtime performance metrics.
Send Nagios service flaps, host alerts, and more to your Datadog event stream.
Integration with Neo4j Enterprise to monitor server performance.
Track bytes and packets in/out, connection states, round trip times, and more.
See New Relic metrics and events in Datadog.
nfsstat gets nfsiostat-sysstat metrics.
Monitor connection and request metrics. Get more metrics with NGINX Plus.
Send custom metrics from your Node.js services via DogStatsD or our API.
Easily Schedule and Deploy Applications at Any Scale
Get alerts when your hosts drift out of sync with your chosen NTP server.
Configure NXLog to gather logs from your host, containers, & services.
The Kubernetes platform for big ideas
Track hypervisor and VM-level resource usage, plus Neutron metrics.
Use OpsGenie as a notification channel in Datadog alerts and events.
See Opsmatic alerts and acknowledge them from your Datadog event stream.
Oracle relational database system designed for enterprise grid computing
Generate PagerDuty alerts from Datadog metrics and events.
View, search on, and discuss Papertrail logs in your Datadog event stream.