Founded out of New York in 2010, Datadog provides development and operations (DevOps) teams with the tools to monitor everything in their tech stack, providing dashboards, alerts, and other related information. The company offers plugins for various cloud infrastructure platforms, databases, and operating systems, and it claims some big-name clients, such as Intel, Samsung, Zendesk, Stripe, eBay, and Target.
Datadog has raised nearly $150 million in equity funding since its inception.
Logmatic.io, for its part, is geared toward helping organizations improve their software and performance through a log management platform that analyzes billions of data points each day to troubleshoot applications more effectively. Founded out of Paris in 2014, Logmatic.io was part of Microsoft’s accelerator program in the French capital last year and had raised around $1 million in funding.
With Logmatic.io under its wing, Datadog is now well equipped to provide companies with the smarts to “detect, diagnose, and troubleshoot” most problems that are likely to occur in applications. So rather than using two services, enterprises will be able to use a single platform that offers everything, including analytics, monitoring, and alerts.
“Integrating logs with the APM (application performance monitoring) and infrastructure monitoring we already provide is an important step in the evolution of the monitoring and analytics category,” noted Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel. “Our new integrated platform will simplify the monitoring of modern applications that often span clouds, containers, IoTs, and mobile devices. It will also unlock new AI and machine learning-based capabilities to help customers manage and improve their applications and businesses.”
Logmatic.io currently counts 20 employees, and most of these will join Datadog’s R&D hub in Paris. A Datadog spokesperson said that an “integrated log management solution” is already available to “select” customers.