Datadog Announces Support for AWS Fargate for Amazon EKS
Datadog, the monitoring and analytics platform for developers, IT operations teams and business users in the cloud age, announced support for AWS Fargate for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), with a new offering available at launch.
“Datadog’s commitment to open standards and monitoring the complexity of Kubernetes and serverless workloads makes them an important monitoring integration for our new service.”
AWS Fargate for Amazon EKS represents a new form of infrastructure for running containerized applications on AWS, allowing customers to leverage computing resources without managing instances directly. Datadog provides native support for monitoring this new service, providing the visibility necessary for running applications at scale.
“AWS Fargate has seen robust adoption among our customers and we are excited to see AWS adding Kubernetes support for this environment,” said Michael Gerstenhaber, Director of Product Management, Datadog. “Monitoring serverless workloads presents its own challenges, and we’re excited to work with AWS for the launch of AWS Fargate for Amazon EKS so that we can continue to help our users confidently deliver high quality, scalable services to their customers.”
“AWS Fargate for Amazon EKS supports customers running containerized workloads without asking them to manage their own infrastructure,” said Deepak Singh, Vice President, Compute Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Datadog’s commitment to open standards and monitoring the complexity of Kubernetes and serverless workloads makes them an important monitoring integration for our new service.”
Datadog’s cloud monitoring platform brings together infrastructure metrics, application traces, log data, synthetic monitoring, and network performance monitoring, allowing organizations to scale their cloud environments, troubleshoot potential issues, and provide their customers with excellent digital experiences. Datadog supports a wide range of AWS services, and is a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN).