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An integration, at the highest level, is when you assemble a unified system from units that are usually considered separately.
At Datadog, you can use integrations to bring together all of the metrics and logs from your infrastructure and gain insight into the unified system as a whole — you can see pieces individually and also how individual pieces are impacting the whole.
Datadog provides Four types of integrations:
Datadog core integrations:- The Datadog Agent package includes integrations officially supported by Datadog, in integrations core. To use the integrations in integrations core, download the Datadog agent. Refer - https://github.com/DataDog/integrations-core
Datadog Community-based integrations:- Community-based integrations are in integrations extras, and to use those, you need to download the developer toolkit. Refer - integrations extras 0 https://github.com/DataDog/integrations-extras Refer - developer toolkit - https://docs.datadoghq.com/developers/integrations/new_check_howto/#developer-toolkithttps://docs.datadoghq.com/agent/guide/integration-management/
The Agent comes with a set of bundled official Datadog integrations to allow users to start monitoring their applications quickly. These integrations are available as single Python packages, and you can upgrade them separately.
The Host Map can be found under the Infrastructure menu. It offers the ability to:
These platforms provide you the opportunity to connect with peers and industry DevOps leaders, where you can share, discuss or get information on latest topics or happenings in DevOps culture and grow your DevOps professionals network.
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