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Agent: Send metrics and events from your hosts to Datadog. Integrations: Learn how to collect metrics, traces, and logs with Datadog integrations. Dashboards: Create, share, and maintain dashboards that answer the work questions that matter to you. Monitors: Set up alerts and notifications so that your team knows when critical changes occur.What is the Datadog agent?
The Datadog Agent is open source software that collects and reports metrics from each of your nodes, so you can view and monitor your entire infrastructure in one place. Installing the Agent usually only takes a few commands. When monitoring Kubernetes, it’s recommended to run the Agent in a container.How do I view logs in Datadog?
With log collection enabled, you should start seeing logs flowing into the Log Explorer in Datadog. You can filter by your cluster name, node names, or any custom tag you applied earlier to drill down to the logs from only your deployment.What programming languages does Datadog use?
Datadog uses a Go -based agent and its backend is made from Apache Cassandra, PostgreSQL and Kafka. A Rest application program interface ( API) is used to allow Datadog to integrate with numerous services, tools, and programming languages. Integrations such as Kubernetes, Chef, Puppet, Ansible, Ubuntu and Bitbucket.