Datadog is a cloud-hosted monitoring and analytics platform for development and operations teams. Integrate Split data into Datadog to monitor and measure the performance impact of Split changes. If you are having trouble completing the integration, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Go to Integrations and click APIs.
- Click Create API Key.
- Copy the API key that you just created.
- From the left hand navigation, click the top and click Admin settings.
- Click Integrations.
- Select your workspace and navigate to the Marketplace.
Click Add next to Datadog. The Split Datadog interface appears.
In the Environment field, specify the environment from where you want audit logs sent to Datadog.
In the Site field, map the integration to a specific Datadog site. This supports the integration for any Datadog site, including the EU. Refer to the Datadog Sites page for more information about sites.
Note: If you’re a current Datadog integration user, your integrations will continue to work. However, when you edit the integration, you must select the environments and the URLs again before you save your new setting.
In the API key field, paste the API key that you copied in step 3 of the Datadog instructions.
Click Save to save your selections. You have now mapped your integration to your selected site.
Split notifications should now display in Datadog as "tage:role:split.io".
If you have any issues with this integration, contact email@example.com.
Using Split with Datadog RUM
This Split integration automatically enriches your RUM data with a feature flag variant. It allows you to correlate feature releases with performance and troubleshoot any issues to ensure safe feature releases.
To get started, refer to Getting Started with Feature Flag Data in RUM to set up data collection for your feature flags with this Split integration and monitor your feature flags to turn them off or roll them back in case of any issues without causing negative user experiences.
Note: The Using Split with Datadog RUM integration has been tested by Split but is owned and maintained by Datadog. For more information, contact Datadog support.