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Signal Sciences Integrates with Datadog to Provide Real-Time Security Threat Insights

Integration empowers engineering teams to easily observe application security activity via their cloud infrastructure and application monitoring platform
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Signal Sciences, the fastest growing web application security company in the world, today announced its integration with Datadog, the monitoring and analytics platform for modern cloud environments. The integration provides engineering and operations teams with an easy way to monitor and respond to real-time web application attacks from the Datadog platform. By activating the new Signal Sciences dashboard, Datadog users can quickly see the volume and types of attacks against their applications, APIs, and microservices.

The integration allows users to embed application security into the DevOps tool chain they already use so they can easily see, analyze, and receive alerts on their web application activity. These insights help engineers determine whether their app is under attack or simply experiencing errors from a bad code deployment. By correlating these types of events with the rich data already available in the Datadog platform, users will accelerate their time to resolution.

“We are thrilled to bring Signal Sciences web application security to our customers,” said Andrew Becherer, chief security officer at Datadog. “Correlating Signal Sciences’ security data with Datadog’s infrastructure and application data enables teams to gain new insight and control over security signals in all of their environments.”

“Our partnership with Datadog offers their users an unparalleled level of protection through visual security insights that are immediately actionable,” said Hala Al-Adwan, vice president of technology at Signal Sciences. “With the way applications are delivered and maintained changing, application security is now everyone’s responsibility. Our solution shows engineering and operations teams exactly what’s coming at them, so they can tackle web threats head-on.”

Signal Sciences is proud to sponsor the second annual Dash conference about building and scaling the next generation of applications, infrastructure, and technical teams, running July 16 and 17 in New York City. Learn more about the Signal Sciences integration with Datadog at Pier 60 in the Majestic room. For more information or a free trial, please visit

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About Signal Sciences

Signal Sciences is the fastest growing web application security company in the world. With its award-winning next-gen WAF and RASP solution, Signal Sciences protects over 15,000 applications and over a trillion production requests per month. Signal Sciences’ patented architecture provides organizations working in a modern development environment with comprehensive and scalable threat protection and security visibility. The company works with some of the world’s most recognizable companies, like Under Armour and WeWork, across industries, including five of the top ecommerce companies, five of the largest software companies, in addition to many others in the financial services, retail, healthcare, media and entertainment, and government sectors. Signal Sciences is the recipient of InfoWorld’s Technology of the Year and Computing’s DevOps Excellence Award for Best DevOps Security Tool. For more information, visit Signal Sciences or follow @SignalSciences.

About Datadog

Datadog is the monitoring and analytics platform for developers, IT operations teams and business users in the cloud age. Our SaaS platform integrates and automates infrastructure monitoring, application performance monitoring and log management to provide unified, real-time observability of our customers’ entire technology stack. Datadog is used by organizations of all sizes and across a wide range of industries to enable digital transformation and cloud migration, drive collaboration among development, operations and business teams, accelerate time to market for applications, reduce time to problem resolution, understand user behavior and track key business metrics.


Juanita Mo
Director of Communications, Signal Sciences

Alexandria Plew
Matter Communications for Signal Sciences

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