Ruby Performance Monitoring | Datadog

Ruby Performance Monitoring & Analytics

Analyze, troubleshoot, and monitor Ruby applications with Datadog APM.

Full-stack monitoring for Ruby applications

  • Optimize and monitor Ruby performance to meet service level agreements
  • Identify dependencies with the automatically generated Service Map
  • Troubleshoot Ruby issues at the application, endpoint, and customer-level with App Analytics

Search and analyze Ruby stack traces

  • Quickly debug issues with Ruby tracing that highlights errored requests and functions in the trace view
  • Automatically correlate Ruby stack traces and logs for rapid root cause analysis with TraceID
  • Identify and fix issues before they grow by tracking errors and abnormal behavior with Log Patterns and Analytics

Built-in support for Ruby frameworks and libraries

  • Automatically instrument your applications for popular Ruby frameworks like Rails and Sinatra
  • Identify high latency Ruby requests for databases like MongoDB or Elasticsearch
  • Monitor Ruby applications alongside data from 750+ other turnkey integrations
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The Essential Monitoring and Security Platform for the Cloud Age

Datadog brings together end-to-end traces, metrics, and logs to make your applications, infrastructure, and third-party services entirely observable.

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Rapid troubleshooting for Ruby performance issues

Leverage Datadog APM for next-generation Ruby monitoring and analytics.

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Watchdog

Auto-detect Ruby performance problems without manual setup or configuration.

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App Analytics

Search, filter, and analyze Ruby stack traces at infinite cardinality.

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Service Map

Map Ruby applications and their supporting architecture in real-time.

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