This Helm configuration requires your Datadog API and application keys. Set these values as environment variables in your terminal. Run the following command, replacing <Your-API-Key> with your Datadog API key you saved earlier. Repeat this process with the application key.How do I add the Datadog agent to my cluster?
Add datadog Helm Charts. This chart adds the Datadog Agent to all nodes in your cluster via a DaemonSet. Next, update the Helm Charts. Once you have signed up for your Datadog trial, you need to retrieve your API and Application keys. Log into your Datadog account and navigate to the "API" section on the "Integrations" page.What is the Datadog agent?
The Datadog Agent is a software that runs on your hosts. It collects events and metrics from hosts and sends them to Datadog, where you can analyze your monitoring and performance data. The Datadog Agent is open-source, and its source code is available on GitHub at DataDog/datadog-agent. It is recommended to fully install the Agent.How do I deploy the Datadog agent to Kubernetes?
Verify your deployment. In the next step, you will deploy the Datadog Agent to your Kubernetes cluster as a DaemonSet in order to start collecting your cluster and application metrics, traces, and logs. To do this, you will use the Helm provider to deploy the datadog/datadog helm chart. Next, deploy the Datadog helm chart.