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How Instacart Uses Datadog and AWS CloudWatch for Real-time Monitoring

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Sponsored by DATADOG


Tuesday, April 27, 2021
11 a.m. ET

In our increasingly digital world, lost seconds from latency spikes or outages have a direct impact on customer relationships and companies’ bottom lines. Getting real-time visibility into complex modern software applications and underlying cloud infrastructure is more important - and challenging - than ever.

To provide customers with lower latency access to their critical monitoring data, AWS recently released CloudWatch Metric Streams, a new capability that continuously pushes metrics to other AWS services and third-party monitoring platforms like Datadog. Join Datadog, AWS, and Instacart in this webinar to learn:

  • What CloudWatch Metric Streams enables and why AWS developed it
  • How Datadog integrates with CloudWatch Metric Streams and other AWS services to provide comprehensive, real-time visibility into your AWS environment
  • How Instacart is using Datadog and AWS CloudWatch to monitor their grocery delivery service during a period of unprecedented demand
Blaine Schanfeldt
Engineer - Instacart
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Jimmy Caputo
Product Manager - Datadog
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Stephen McCurry
Senior Product Manager - AWS

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