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How to add business logic with content-based router

To explain the usage of our content-based router that enables you to add some business logic to your integration flow, let’s imagine that I have received a Google Spreadsheet file with unsorted leads data, for example, from downloading a coupon on a website. To convert these leads to customers, I’d like to offer them something of interest with a specifically targeted campaign based on the country of residence. For that, I need to filter and split the list.

Logs and Metrics and Traces, Oh My!

There are a lot of aspects to supporting modern applications, and it all starts with the data applications produce that give visibility and insights into what is going on. In the first episode of Dissecting DevOps, Dave and Chris review the differences between logs, metrics, and traces. Find out how these sources of data help you better understand and support your application.

How to Use the Datadog CLI on Kubernetes | Datadog Tips & Tricks

In this video, you’ll learn how to use the Datadog command line interface (CLI) on Kubernetes to perform key tasks, including checking the status of the agent and viewing custom checks. The Datadog Agent CLI allows you to check the status of the Agents running on the pods in your Kubernetes clusters. It also provides various helpful commands, including starting and stopping the agent, viewing configured custom checks, and sending flares to the Datadog support team to automatically open troubleshooting tickets.

How to Manage Datadog Resources Using Terraform | Datadog Tips & Tricks

Terraform allows you to efficiently manage complex infrastructure environments, and Datadog is an important piece of those environments. With the Datadog provider, you can use Terraform to manage your Datadog resources as code, allowing you to create and edit resources with the same tool you’re already using for your infrastructure. This video will show you how to do just that through the example of creating a Datadog monitor.

How to Build A Unified Dashboard | Datadog Tips & Tricks

In this video, you’ll learn how to create unified dashboards to enable your teams with valuable information and performance visualizations from across the Datadog platform. Dashboards allow your teams to see all data from across the Datadog platform side-by-side, enabling holistic visibility and breaking down silos between Dev and Ops teams. In this video, you’ll learn how to create a Screenboard, showcasing data such as frontend system latency, backend system latency, and Service Level Objectives all in one place.

Identifying Environment Right Sizing Opportunities for Cost Efficiency | Datadog Tips & Tricks

In this video, you’ll learn how to use the host map to identify opportunities to rightsize your environment to become more cost efficient. MoneySuperMarket Group was able to cut their cloud infrastructure costs by over 50% by utilizing Datadog. This video unpacks some of the practices used by MoneySuperMarket’s engineering team to accomplish that.