This week, Gartner published the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring, which positions vendors according to their ability to execute and the completeness of their vision. This year, Datadog placed higher and further in both categories to move from our previous “Visionary” distinction, which we received the first time we were included on the Quadrant, into the “Leader” quadrant.
Customers all over the world use Datadog’s unified platform to eliminate visibility gaps and unify insights from across their environments. Datadog APM’s robust feature set—which includes end-to-end distributed tracing with no sampling, a simple and intuitive setup process, and seamless correlation of traces with full-stack telemetry data—enables users to quickly identify and remediate bottlenecks or errors that are occurring anywhere in their system. By providing our customers with frictionless tools and context-rich data, APM has empowered them to optimize their applications for the best possible user experience.
Customer feedback plays an important part in all analyst reports and we are grateful to you for participating and providing responses that shaped the report. We look forward to continuing on our journey to further improve our products for all customers.
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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring, Federico De Silva, Padraig Byrne, Josh Chessman, 9 April 2021