Compute | Datadog

Are all AWS ECUs created equal?

In this post we look at the data publicly available about Elastic Compute Units (ECUs) and draw conclusions ...

Monitor Amazon EC2 Mac Instances

Use Datadog to monitor your macOS-based Amazon EC2 instances alongside your entire application development ...

Key metrics for monitoring VMware vSphere

Learn which metrics to monitor for full visibility into the health and performance of your vSphere environment.

How to collect VMware vSphere metrics

Learn what tools you can use to gain visibility into your vSphere infrastructure.

How to monitor vSphere with Datadog

Use Datadog to visualize and alert on every layer of your vSphere infrastructure.

Monitor containers on Amazon Bottlerocket with Datadog

Learn how to use Datadog to monitor Amazon Bottlerocket containers.

OpenShift monitoring tools

Learn how to use the OpenShift web console and CLI tool to collect key cluster metrics and logs.

Monitor your Arm VMs with Datadog

Use the Datadog Agent for Arm to monitor your scalable compute workloads.

Monitor Microsoft Hyper-V with Datadog

Ensure Hyper-V hosts and virtual machines share resources efficiently with Datadog's latest integration.

Monitor AIX with the Datadog Unix Agent

Monitor your servers running on IBM AIX with Datadog's latest Unix agent.

Collect Amazon DocumentDB metrics and logs with Datadog

Get full insight into your Amazon DocumentDB clusters with Datadog.

Pivotal Platform Monitoring with Datadog

Learn how to get visibility into your Pivotal Platform cluster and applications with Datadog.

The Meltdown/Spectre saga: The impact across millions of cores

Data from millions of cores monitored by Datadog shows widespread impacts of the security patches.

Key metrics for EC2 monitoring

Identify and monitor key performance metrics for your Amazon EC2 instances.

How to collect EC2 metrics

Learn how to query and collect key EC2 resource metrics and status checks.

How to monitor EC2 instances with Datadog

Learn how to use Datadog to monitor Amazon EC2 metrics.

Monitor GKE with Datadog

Learn how Datadog enables you to monitor your GKE clusters in real time with this step-by-step guide.

Monitor AWS Auto Scaling with Datadog

Monitor AWS Auto Scaling to follow automated changes to your EC2 fleet and optimize them for your ...

Optimize Cloud Foundry cluster health with Datadog

Monitor your Cloud Foundry clusters to maintain the health and performance of your applications.

How to collect Google Compute Engine metrics

Learn how to collect key GCE metrics.

Monitoring Google Compute Engine metrics

Identify and track Google Compute Engine's key performance metrics

How to monitor Google Compute Engine with Datadog

Learn how to use Datadog to collect Google Compute Engine metrics.

Monitor Google Compute Engine performance with Datadog

Monitor your Google Compute Engine performance to spot hiccups and bottlenecks, to enable rapid investigation ...

CloudHealth + Datadog: Effectively manage your cloud assets

Datadog and CloudHealth bring you end-to-end visibility across every dimension of your cloud environment with ...

Monitor AWS VPC with Datadog

Monitor AWS VPC components with Datadog, correlate metrics across your environment, and gain actionable ...

Monitor ELB performance with Datadog

Datadog lets you collect and view ELB metrics, access their historical evolution, and slice and dice them ...

How to monitor Microsoft Azure VMs

Monitor Azure metrics at a VM level, whether you run Linux or Windows on Azure, to make sure that your servers ...

Monitor Azure VMs using Datadog

Monitor your Azure performance with Datadog and easily collect, view, and correlate metrics from across your ...

Monitor vSphere with Datadog

Datadog helps you understand your entire infrastructure through unified vSphere monitoring, from the ESXi host ...

Your entire AWS infrastructure's health at a glance

Learn how to quickly assess the health of your entire Amazon infrastructure including deep EC2 monitoring.

AWS CPU Steal: How to detect it with Datadog

CPU steal is a fundamental property of virtual environments, but may lead to inconsistent performance for the ...