AWS App Runner is a purpose-built container application service that allows customers to create and run containerized web applications and APIs with no previous container or infrastructure experience.
FREMONT, CA: Datadog, a monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, has declared support for application monitoring with AWS App Runner, joining Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a Launch Partner for the new fully managed service. This new feature will allow engineering and product teams to scale, deploy, and track their apps without having to manage their own infrastructure.
AWS App Runner is a purpose-built container application service that allows customers to create and run containerized web applications and APIs with no previous container or infrastructure experience. Customers can simply provide their source code, container picture, or deployment pipeline, and AWS App Runner will create and deploy the application, handling the necessary load balancing, encryption, and scaling automatically.
"At Datadog, we're focused on helping customers monitor their applications wherever and however they run," stated Ilan Rabinovitch, Senior Vice President, Product and Community at Datadog. "Using AWS App Runner, customers can now more easily deploy and scale their web applications from a container image or source code repository. With our new integration, customers can monitor their AWS App Runner metrics, logs, and events to troubleshoot issues faster, and determine the best resource and scaling settings for their app."
"We are pleased to see Datadog integrating its monitoring capabilities with AWS App Runner at launch," stated Fernando Zandona, General Manager, Serverless Containers at AWS. "By removing the need to manage and configure infrastructure, AWS App Runner makes it easy for teams to build, deploy, and run modern web applications in just a few minutes. We are pleased that developers can use Datadog's observability platform to better track application performance and debug issues more quickly using AWS App Runner."