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Network Map

This feature is currently in beta. Request access by completing the Datadog Network Performance Monitoring Beta Request form.


The network map provides a topology view of your network to help you visualize network partitions, dependencies, and bottlenecks. By consolidating network data into a directional map, this page can be used to cut through the noise and isolate problem areas.


The network map visualizes data collected by the Datadog Agent automatically. Once installed, no extra steps are necessary.


Use the page header to configure your network map:

  1. Choose the tag you want your Nodes to represent with the first selector at the top of the page. Available tags are the same as those offered in the network page.
  2. Select the metric you want your Edges to represent:
    • Throughput sent
    • Throughput received
    • Retransmits
  3. Filter the connections you want to display. You can choose whether or not to:
    • Show unresolved flows.
    • Hide network flows outside a specified percentile range of the active network metric.
    • Filter your tags based on a fuzzy string match.


Hovering over a node highlights it and animates the directionality of the network traffic it sends and receives:

Click on a node and select Inspect from the menu to contextualize it within the larger network. Below is an example of an inspected node:

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