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Managing Datadog with Terraform
You can manage your Datadog alerts, timeboards, and more with HashiCorp's Terraform.
Introducing composite monitors
Refine your infrastructure alerting with composite monitors for fewer, richer, more actionable alerts.
Data-driven storytelling with Datadog Notebooks
Create rich, shareable postmortems and runbooks with the new Notebooks feature.
Monitoring Pokémon GO service status: Datadog catches it all
Every time Pokémon GO won’t work correctly, you can now check www.IsPokemonGODownOrNot.com to see if it’s just you or if Pokémon GO is down for everyone.
Monitoring CouchDB performance with Datadog
Datadog helps you monitor CouchDB performance, resources and even security in real time.
Monitor View: A window into Datadog's monitoring engine
Monitor view lets you see your data through Datadog's eyes, making it easier than ever to identify the exact moment an alert will trigger.
Host Maps just got better
Host Maps let you see all of your hosts together in one place, and today we have released four new features that make Host Maps even better.
Tiered alerts: Urgency-aware alerting
With Datadog's new tiered alerts, you can trigger notifications that go to different people, or via different channels, depending on the alert severity.
Datadog now supports OpenStack monitoring
OpenStack monitoring is now available with Datadog. Try our new integration today.
Monitor Consul health and performance with Datadog
Monitor Consul health and performance with Datadog's Consul integration.
Monitor Redis using Datadog
To implement ongoing, meaningful monitoring, you will need a dedicated system that allows you to store, visualize, and correlate your Redis metrics with the rest of your infrastructure. You also need to be alerted when any system starts to misbehave. In this post, we will show you how to start monitoring Redis with Datadog.
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