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Companies using Datadog
How Datadog is being used
  • DigitalPermits

    #<User:0x00007fca05e4e018> DigitalPermits

    We just started looking into Datadog, but from what we see, it's like New Relic meets Loggly. It's really easy to plugin different services (like the one on this list) and get detailed analysis of what is happening on your servers and services. It makes tracking down sparse and difficult to understand problems possible.

  • Runbook

    #<User:0x00007fca05dfc3d0> Runbook

    Monitors things like server cpu/memory/disk usage and sends Runbook a webhook when things get out of wack.

  • Sail Tactics

    #<User:0x00007fc9f51ca900> Sail Tactics

    Monitoring day-to-day operations of multiple high-performance computing assets distributed across several networks. Monitoring vendor provided data and setting up alerts when things do not show up on time.

  • Domraider

    #<User:0x00007fca06242d40> Domraider

    Statsd, grafana on steroid

  • Hund

    #<User:0x00007fc9f49d1e10> Hund

    Application metrics and server monitoring.

  • exana

    #<User:0x00007fca02fa6d50> exana

    So we know what's not going on, apparently.

  • Qemp

    #<User:0x00007fca030867e8> Qemp

    Monitoring our infrastructure.

  • Taughtful

    Datadog is used because it has a great free tier and it provides us with great insights and integrations into our infrastructure and tools.


    #<User:0x00007fca030469b8> ONLICAR

    We use Datadog to power the TVs in our office that show real-time metrics of uptime, performance and errors.

  • Flux Work

    #<User:0x00007fca02f76100> Flux Work

    Powerful all-in-one monitoring solution as a service. Good integration with AWS. Very affordable price for small-scale startups.

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