heroku-datadog-drain-golang - Funnel metrics from multiple Heroku apps into DataDog using statsd.

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Funnel metrics from multiple Heroku apps into DataDog using statsd. OPTIONAL: Setup Heroku build packs, including the Datadog DogStatsD client. If you already have a StatsD client running, see the STATSD_URL configuration option below.




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