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ansible-datadog - Ansible role for Datadog Agent

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Install and configure Datadog base agent & checks.Supports most Debian and RHEL-based Linux distributions.

dd-trace-py - python trace client

  •    Python

Tracing client libraries will follow semver. While we are less than version 1.0, we'll increment the minor version number for backwards incompatible and significant changes. We'll increment the bugfix version for other changes.This library is in beta so please pin your version numbers and do phased rollouts.

dd-trace-rb - datadog trace ruby client

  •    Ruby

This will automatically trace any app inherited from Sinatra::Application. To trace apps inherited from Sinatra::Base, you should manually register the tracer inside your class.To know if a given framework or lib is supported by our client, please consult our integrations list.




integrations-core - Core integrations of the datadog agent

  •    Python

This repository contains the Agent Integrations that Datadog officially develops and supports. To add a new integration, please see the Integrations Extras repository and the accompanying documentation.To get started developing with the integrations-core repo you will need: gem and python.

java-dogstatsd-client - a java statsd client library

  •    Java

A tiny library allowing Java applications to communicate with DataDog statsd instances easily.

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

  •    Go

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.


hubot-datadog - Query Datadog using Hubot.

  •    CoffeeScript

DEPRECATED: hubot-datadog has been deprecated. It will no longer be supported. Query Datadog using Hubot.

metrics_distributor - Ingest logs and forward aggregated data to APIs/services

  •    Rust

Metrics distributor is a Rust library for streamlining the creation and operation of metrics aggregation services. You can use it to build a simple, multi-protocol collection and forwarding service for your metrics. Distributor uses code as configuration. Rather than parsing a configuration format, you configure your service by composing collectors and forwarders. This means you get the added advantage of the powerful Rust compiler checking your "configuration" for correctness and that it's very easy to customize or create entirely new collections/forwarders.

hubot-datadog-snapshot - Hubot script for querying Datadog graph snapshots

  •    CoffeeScript

For a quick introduction to this script and to see examples of it in action, check out this blog post. You can set these up in your Datadog dashboard.

dd-trace-js - Experimental JavaScript Tracer (WIP)

  •    Javascript

This project is experimental and under active development. Use it at your own risk. Node >= 4 is required.

datadog-agent - Datadog Agent

  •    Go

Note: the source code of Datadog Agent 5 is located in the dd-agent repository. The general documentation of the project, including instructions for installation and development, is located under the docs directory of the present repo.

datadog-process-agent - Datadog Process Agent

  •    Go

See the Live Processes docs for installation instructions. In order for your contributions you will be required to sign a CLA. When a PR is opened a bot will prompt you to sign the CLA. Once signed you will be set for all contributions going forward.

passenger-datadog-monitor - Golang application for reporting Phusion Passenger stats to DataDog via statsD

  •    Go

Send health metrics from Phusion Passenger to DataDog using the StatsD interface on the server agent. Graph and track Passenger threads and possibly detect misbehaving threads before they become a problem.

cronner - cron job runner; statsd metrics with optional DogStatsd event emissions

  •    Go

cronner is a command line utility that wraps periodic (cron) jobs for statistics gathering and success monitoring. Metrics like the amount of time the command took to run, as well as the command's return code, are emitted as vanilla statsd metrics to port 8125. It also implements file-level locking for a very simple and dumb job semaphore. This utility doesn't concern itself with the scheduling of jobs, and instead expects that it will be invoked by something like cron, at, or manually by an operator. While there are no reports of issues having come up, if your statsd agent isn't DogStatsD-compliant its behavior may be undefined if you try to emit events or attach tags to metrics.

fullstack - Full-stack DevOps demo

  •    Ruby

The purpose of this is to demonstrate some great automation tools in orchestra. Thanks to diagrammr.

heroku-buildpack-datadog - Heroku Buildpack to run Datadog DogStatsD in a Dyno

  •    Shell

A Heroku Buildpack to add Datadog DogStatsD relay to any Dyno. When the incompatibility is resolved #30 can be reverted.

statsd.cr - A statsd client library for Crystal.

  •    Crystal

A statsd client library for Crystal. See examples/test.cr for more.






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