It’s been some time since our last release of the
datadog cookbook. It’s time for version 2.2.0!
Lots of great features in this release. We’ve added a slew of updates, as well as plenty of testing around templates being generated correctly.
We dropped testing support for versions of Chef 10.x & Ubuntu 10.04 due to End Of Life timelines for these releases, and focus on Chef 11 & 12.
There is also a minor release of
chef-handler-datadog that now allows installation on versions above 12.x, as well as support for setting proxy config for outbound calls during a Chef run.
One main focus for 2.2.0 is support of Windows, along with ongoing test coverage improvements.
See the most recent cookbook here: https://supermarket.chef.io/cookbooks/datadog
(note: apparently the GitHub badges aren’t working in the readme, no way to fix that without cutting another release)
-Mike & Datadog crew
It’s been some time since the last release of the Datadog cookbook, and we’ve released 2.3.0 with a lot of fun changes!
There’s 10+ features and added support for new checks, and some updates to older ones. Some highlights:
- Cassandra versions 1.x and 2.x are now supported with a
version tag to get the correct template
- Support for Redis’
COMMANDSTATS is now available to get deeper visibility into what commands are being run in a given redis instance
tags to the Datadog Agent config can now be provided as a Hash, allowing for layering from cookbooks, environments and roles
There’s been significant efforts in automated testing - mostly porting slow kitchen tests to fast spec tests for template generation and validation.
See the full changelog here: https://supermarket.chef.io/cookbooks/datadog/versions/2.3.0#changelog
Big thanks to all of our contributors who help make this better!
Version 2.4.0 of the datadog cookbook was just released, primarily to address a broken template behavior when using
This also includes support for new checks, namely the
See the full changelog here: https://supermarket.chef.io/cookbooks/datadog/versions/2.4.0#changelog