Datadog Partner Overview
Datadog is an emerging partnership with PEAK Resources that represents a movement towards modern monitoring and security. Datadog’s extensive product portfolio focused on providing visibility into infrastructure, logs, applications, security, digital experience, software delivery, and platform capabilities gives our clients every option to maximize their business. PEAK is proud to partner with an industry leader in application performance monitoring (APM) and observability, providing clients with the best solutions regardless of the industry.
PEAK Resources and Datadog
Datadog is an emerging partnership with PEAK that represents a movement towards modern monitoring and security. Datadog’s extensive product portfolio focused on providing visibility into infrastructure, logs, applications, security, digital experience, software delivery, and platform capabilities gives our clients every option to maximize their business. PEAK is proud to partner with an industry leader in application performance monitoring (APM) and observability, providing clients with the best solutions regardless of the industry.
Datadog is the premier Application Performance Monitoring (APM) resource on the market. Datadog provides insights and analytics through data visualization, reporting, and collaboration features. It helps teams optimize their systems, enhance troubleshooting processes, and make informed decisions based on real-time data.
MORE ABOUT DATADOG
Infrastructure: Datadog Infrastructure offers a comprehensive solution for monitoring and managing the infrastructure of an organization, allowing users to ensure the health and performance of their systems and make informed decisions based on real-time data.
Log Management: Datadog Logs simplifies log management, search, and analysis, enabling businesses to efficiently monitor and troubleshoot infrastructure and applications by leveraging the power of log data.
Application Performance Monitoring (APM): Datadog’s APM application is designed to detect and resolve root causes faster, optimize application performance and resource consumption, and collaborate more effectively so that end users get the best possible experience.
Security: Datadog’s Security platform offers continuous, real-time vulnerability detection across applications. The platform provides extended visibility into threats along while ranking numerous problems into priority.
Digital Experience: Datadog utilizes real user monitoring (RUM) to gain full visibility into users’ full perspectives. The platform analyzes the frontend performance of the user along with backend metrics, traces, logs, and network performance data.
Software Delivery: Datadog’s deep visibility platform offers a comprehensive view into Continuous Integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) to ensure a smooth installation. This provides a comprehensive view of CI activity and makes it easier to resolve bottlenecks, reduce CI costs, and deliver better software.
Platform Capabilities: Datadog’s next-level interface provides extended Workflow Automation with hundreds of tools and blueprints to resolve issues faster and with greater confidence. Datadog’s platform also offers real-time interactive dashboards, a CoScreen ability, the Datadog Watchdog™, and additional features powered by machine learning.
Key Features & Benefits
- Modern Monitoring and Security: Datadog’s modern monitoring allows for comprehensive scanning to track the health of the infrastructure in real-time.
- Digital Experience: Datadog elevates the customer experience by allowing companies to monitor each click. Datadog is utilized by hundreds of different companies from the Financial Services industry to the Government and even the Gaming industry to manage and promote digital experience.
- Datadog Agent: The Datadog Agent is software that runs on pre-existing hosts. It collects events and metrics from hosts and sends them to Datadog, where businesses can analyze monitoring and performance data.
- Datadog DogStatsD Package: available for Amazon Linux, CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Red Hat, SUSE, and Ubuntu.