Datadog Linux OS Monitoring | Datadog

Real-Time Linux OS Monitoring

Visualize the health of all your servers in one place with Datadog. Improve performance with proactive alerts forecasting Linux OS resource usage.

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400+ Turn-Key Integrations, Including

Product Benefits

Monitor Your Entire Infrastructure More Effectively

  • View all your cloud and on-prem servers from a bird’s eye view; drill into individual hosts with 1 click
  • Monitor your containers as quickly as they are created and destroyed
  • Visualize highly-granular data and custom metrics in real time
  • Analyze CPU utilization, disc space, memory, or any other metric in seconds with automated tagging integrated throughout the platform

Prevent Infrastructure Costs from Ballooning

  • Easily discover underutilized cloud servers and on-premise servers via the real-time, auto-generated host map
  • Reduce excess capacity based on high-granularity historical data to save on operational costs
  • Identify the sources of expensive cross-AZ traffic with the live network map


Receive Alerts Only for the Issues That Matter and Eliminate False-Positives

  • Set up server alerts for anomalies and outliers that account for daily, weekly, and seasonal fluctuations
  • Proactively prevent server outages by alerting on metric forecasts
  • Create composite alerts, based on boolean logic, to reduce your time spent responding to spurious alerts
  • Automatically detect unanticipated outliers, anomalies, and errors with Watchdog

See Inside Any Stack, Any App, At Any Scale, Anywhere

  • Monitor your cloud services, on-premise servers, containers, databases, and more in one place with Datadog’s 400+ vendor-backed integrations
  • Create custom, drag-and-drop dashboards within seconds
  • Seamlessly navigate between your logs, infrastructure metrics, and application traces all within one platform

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