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Monitor highly regulated workloads with Datadog's FIPS-enabled Agent

Learn how Datadog automatically encrypts Agent payloads based on the Federal Information Protection Standard.

Centrally govern and remotely manage Datadog Agents at scale with Fleet Automation

Centralize and simplify configuration at scale and gain visibility into the health of your Agents.

Ingest OpenTelemetry logs with the Datadog Agent

Learn how to use the Datadog Agent to directly ingest OTLP logs from your OpenTelemetry-instrumented ...

Easily install the Datadog Agent using AWS Systems Manager

Datadog's one-click Agent install is available from the AWS SSM marketplace, making it easier than ever to ...

Interview with Uroš Gruber

An interview with Uroš Gruber, life-long technologist and maintainer of the FreeBSD port of the Datadog Agent.

Deploy ASP.NET Core applications to Azure App Service

Learn how to automatically instrument your .NET Core applications deployed on Azure App Service.

Monitor containerized ASP.NET Core applications with Datadog APM

Learn how to automatically instrument your .NET Core applications deployed on Linux or Window containers.

Monitor kube-state-metrics v2.0 with Datadog

Learn how to update your Datadog Cluster Agent configuration to monitor kube-state-metrics v2.0.

Introducing the Datadog IoT Agent

Learn how our lightweight IoT Agent can help you meet your IoT device monitoring needs.

Introducing the Datadog Operator for Kubernetes and OpenShift

The Datadog Operator automatically manages Datadog Agents across your Kubernetes and OpenShift clusters.

Introducing DogStatsD Mapper

Use DogStatsD Mapper to generate tags for all of your StatsD-formatted metrics.

Introducing Datadog Agent 7

Learn more about the next major version of Datadog Agent 7 and some new tools for migrating your custom Python ...

Monitor your Arm VMs with Datadog

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

Interview with Daniel Andrade

An interview with Daniel Andrade, hacker-in-residence at Balena and Datadog aficionado.

How to install Datadog on AWS hosts with Ansible dynamic inventories

Learn how to use Ansible dynamic inventories to automatically install the Datadog Agent on multiple AWS hosts.

Install updated Datadog integrations as they become available

You can now update compatible Datadog integrations between Agent releases to make use of the newest ...

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

Monitor AIX with the Datadog Unix Agent

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

Monitoring Apache Spark applications running on Amazon EMR

How you can use EMR Bootstrap actions to monitor Apache Spark jobs running on Amazon EMR.

Cgo and Python

How the new Datadog Agent written in Go runs Python checks.

How to automate Ansible reporting + deployment of the Datadog Agent

This step-by-step guide shows you how to deploy Datadog with Ansible, and get real-time Ansible reporting in ...

Monitoring the NYC subway system with Datadog

See at a glance whether your subway line is up and running with our new dashboard.

The Trouble with Mounting

When some of our customers reported that their agents were freezing, sometimes for hours at a time, we tracked ...

Monitoring Windows Server 2012 with Datadog

You've read about the key metrics, events, and services to monitor in Windows Server 2012, now read how to ...

Datadog in the wild: 5 fun projects

From beer consumption to sleeping, restroom availability to energy use, community members are using monitoring ...

Puppet + Datadog: Automate + monitor your systems

Monitor Puppet with Datadog's new integration to gain visibility into its performance as it defines, manages, ...

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 ...

Instrument your Go apps with Expvar and Datadog

Learn how to expose expvar metrics as a Datadog metric to monitor your Go application performance.

Introducing JMX custom tagging

JMX custom tagging is now a reality! Create custom tags that are more descriptive and helpful. Learn more.

Announcing Datadog Agent 5.1 with support for Btrfs and Go expvar

Introducing support of Btrfs and Go expvar and expanded support of our PostgreSQL, Jenkins, MongoDB and ...

Datadog Agent 5.0: dead-simple installation, large-scale Docker support

The new Agent expands OS support and metric collection for new and existing integrations, including ...

The new Datadog Agent: Omnibus is your ticket out of dependency hell

Learn how Agent 5.0 lets you more easily add integrations and access new features including Omnibus for the ...

Troubleshoot your monitoring with Agent check status reporting

We now have at-a-glance Agent check status information to report integration issues in your hosts monitored by ...

Instrument Memcached performance metrics with DogStatsD

Learn how to gain insight into the effectiveness of the cache for specific applications using Memcached ...

More metrics, more visibility with the new Datadog Agent

The new Datadog Agent collects more metrics from existing integrations, in order to provide Datadog users with ...

Don't fear the Agent: Agent-based monitoring

By using Agent-based monitoring, you get the nitty-gritty details faster than polling a service and relying on ...

StatsD for .NET: DogStatsD

Alongside our Microsoft Event Viewer, IIS, and SQL Server integrations, you are now able to monitor custom ...