Open Source | Datadog

The Old Datadog and the Sea

How I used Datadog to become a better sailor.

Computing Accurate Percentiles with DDSketch

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

The future of tracing is open

Datadog is pleased to contribute our tracing libraries to the OpenTelemetry project to advance open source, ...

Introducing Kafka-Kit: Tools for Scaling Kafka

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

Using Datadog APM to improve the performance of Homebrew

Using Datadog to find performance bottlenecks, and contrasting tentative solutions using performance ...

Redux-Doghouse – Creating Reusable React-Redux Components Through Scoping

Today, we're open-sourcing Redux-Doghouse, a library for Redux that helps you scope components so that they ...

Releasing czlib and zstd Go Bindings

To commemorate the third annual GopherCon US in Denver this week, we're releasing cgo bindings to two ...

Easy JMX discovery & browsing with the open source Agent

The Datadog Agent is bundled with two tools to help you collect JMX metrics: JMXFetch and Jmxterm. In this ...

Introducing developer mode for the Agent

Developer mode allows developers all over the world contribute to the open-source Datadog Agent with an easy ...

AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry sends metrics and traces to Datadog

The AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry enables customers to send telemetry data to any supported backend service, ...

Instrument your Python applications with Datadog and OpenTelemetry

Learn how to instrument your Python applications with Datadog's exporter for OpenTelemetry.

What's next for monitoring Kubernetes

Datadog tags traces from your clusters and imports your OpenMetrics histograms as distribution metrics.

Performance monitoring with OpenTracing, OpenCensus, and OpenMetrics

Learn how the OpenTracing, OpenCensus, and OpenMetrics projects contribute to application performance ...

Interview with Brett Langdon

An interview with Brett Langdon, author of node-dogapi and long-time Datadog community member.

Interview with Zach Daniel

An interview with Zach Daniel, author of Spandex: a Datadog library for Elixir.

Where is open source monitoring going?

We are proud to sponsor the very first edition of Monitorama, the conference of open source monitoring that ...