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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 install Datadog agent 7 on Windows?
Run the installer (as Administrator) by opening datadog-agent-7-latest.amd64.msi. Follow the prompts, accept the license agreement, and enter your Datadog API key.What system metrics does the Datadog agent collect by default?
The Datadog Agent collects a large number of system metrics by default. The most commonly used system metrics are system.load.* but these metrics are Unix specific. While Windows does not offer the system.load.* metrics, an equivalent option that’s available by default is system.proc.queue.length.What is Datadog-dogstatsd?
This package is used in containerized environments where DogStatsD runs as a sidecar or environments running a DogStatsD server without full Agent functionality. The standalone DogStatsD package is installed with the Agent one-line install command except every occurrence of datadog-agent should be replaced with datadog-dogstatsd.