Google Cloud Marketplace provides integrated solutions vetted by Google Cloud to meet the enterprise IT demands of customers. Customers use Google Cloud Marketplace to find and buy third-party products that help them migrate to, build on, and work in Google Cloud.
Fremont, CA: Datadog, the monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, has declared its availability on Google Cloud Marketplace, deepening its partnership with Google Cloud. Datadog can now be purchased by Google Cloud clients with a few clicks on the Google Cloud Marketplace, allowing them to quickly and simply monitor the health of their apps and infrastructure across their Google Cloud and hybrid cloud environments.
Google Cloud Marketplace provides integrated solutions vetted by Google Cloud to meet the enterprise IT demands of customers. Customers use Google Cloud Marketplace to find and buy third-party products that help them migrate to, build on, and work in Google Cloud.Customers who acquire Datadog through Google Cloud Marketplace will benefit from unified billing and streamlined procurement, in addition to quicker access. Customers' Datadog consumption will be directly reflected on their Google Cloud invoices, and they will be able to pay for a portion of this usage with their committed Google Cloud spend.
"By making Datadog available on Google Cloud via Marketplace, customers will have access to Datadog's advanced monitoring and security capabilities," stated Amy Bray, Global Head, Google Cloud Marketplace, Google. "With Datadog on Google Cloud, customers can quickly begin leveraging its capabilities in application monitoring and security, ultimately helping them accelerate their cloud migrations and digital transformations."
"We're excited that Datadog is now available in the Google Cloud Marketplace," stated Marc Weisman, Vice President, Product Management, Datadog. "Monitoring and security are crucial for companies as they move their infrastructure and applications to the cloud, and we look forward to supporting Google Cloud customers as they undertake these initiatives."