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How We Minimized the Overhead of Kubernetes in our Job System

Solving performance problems when moving an application to Kubernetes

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Engineering Spotlight: Maël Nison

Engineering Spotlight: Maël Nison, maintainer of Yarn

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PHP 8: Observability Baked Right In

What the observer API means for PHP 8 and the future of observability

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Introducing Glommio, a Thread-per-Core Crate for Rust & Linux

Glommio (pronounced glom-io or |glomjəʊ|) is a cooperative thread-per-core crate for Rust & Linux based on io_uring. It allows you to write asynchronous code that takes advantage of rust async/await, but it doesn't use helper threads anywhere.

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How we wrote a Python Profiler

Adventures in developing a Python profiler

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The Old Datadog and the Sea

How I used Datadog to become a better sailor.

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Computing Accurate Percentiles with DDSketch

Introducing DDSketch, the first fully-mergeable, relative-error quantile sketching algorithm with formal guarantees.

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Secure Publication of Datadog Agent Integrations with TUF and in-toto

How to guarantee end-to-end security when using automation to package and publish Datadog Agent integrations

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Building Highly Reliable Data Pipelines at Datadog

A look at how Datadog builds and operates data pipelines reliably at scale.

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Rethinking UX for AI-driven Alerting

The introduction of advanced statistical methods is reshaping the UX of alerts

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Improving trust with Datadog Log Management

Integrating Amazon Simple Email Service with Datadog to improve observability.

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Introducing Kafka-Kit: Tools for Scaling Kafka

Today, we're open-sourcing Kafka-Kit, a toolset for scaling and recovering Kafka.