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  • Null MySQL Description ------------------- Capture performance and usage data about your MySQL 5.0+ databases to inform insights and improve troubleshooting. Key, real-time metrics provide an overview of your databases and detailed measurements about queries, InnoDB, and replication. # Discover **Overview:** SQL volume, database connections, network traffic, key database optimizations **Queries:** SQL commands, internal temp tables, slow queries, query cache usage, select query types, table locks, sort query types **InnoDB metrics:** buffer pool page operations, row operations, buffer pool pages breakdown, log writes, file sync, checkpoint age, history list length, internal thread queries, mutexes **Replication:** lag, master binary log writes, slave relay log volume, slave I/O thread lag, slave errors ----------------- # What's new in V2? This plugin has been upgraded to V2 of the New Relic Platform Java SDK. For version 2 of the Java SDK, we have made several changes to help make the installation experience more uniform for plugins. The changes include: * 'newrelic.properties' file is now 'newrelic.json' * Plugin configuration is now done through the 'plugin.json' file * Logging has been made more robust and easier to use. * Jar distributables now have a well-defined name (i.e. plugin.jar) * Configuration files are now located in a well-defined location (i.e. './config' off the root) More information on these changes (including how to configure logging, license keys, and the plugin itself) can be found here: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/metrics_publish_java. If you have any feedback, please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our forums here: https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-sdk. ---- # Requirements: To use this plugin, you must have: * a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) of 1.6 or higher * at least one database to monitor (MySQL 5.0 or higher) * a New Relic account # Installation information ## New Relic Platform Installer The New Relic Platform Installer (NPI) is a simple, lightweight command line tool that helps you easily download, configure and manage New Relic Platform Plugins and the recommended way of installing this plugin. To install the plugin via NPI, scroll to the 'Installation' section below. If you're interested in learning more simply go to our forum category (https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-installer). ## Alternative Installation Options - Manual Install (Non-Standard) - Installation via Chef/Puppet To learn more about alternate options for installing this plugin, check out the Plugin's README file on Github: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_mysql_java_plugin#installation --- #Github Repository Additional information regarding this plugin can be located in the README file on its Github project page: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_mysql_java_plugin ---- # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- View Details
  • Null Microsoft SQL Server Description ------------------- Capture performance and usage data about your Microsoft SQL Server 2005+ databases to inform insights and improve troubleshooting. Key real-time metrics provide an overview of your databases and detailed measurements about memory usage, connections, network I/O, and file I/O. ---- # Discover *Overview*: SQL CPU Usage, Page Life Threat, Buffer Cache Miss Ratio, Max Recompiles *Recompiles*: Single Use Object %, Single Use Object #, Multiple Use Object # *File I/O*: Number of Reads and Writes, Number of Bytes Read and Written *Network*: Open Connection Count by Database, Connection Network I/O Reads and Writes *System*: CPU Usage, Page Life Expectancy (including NUMA), Buffer Cache Hit and Miss Ratios *Wait States*: Percentage of time by Type ---- # Requirements To use this plugin, you must have: * Windows 7/Server 2008 or later * Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or later * .NET 3.5 or later * A New Relic account # Installation information ## New Relic Platform Installer The New Relic Platform Installer (NPI) is a simple, lightweight command line tool that helps you easily download, configure and manage New Relic Platform Plugins and the recommended way of installing this plugin. To install the plugin via NPI, scroll to the 'Installation' section below. If you're interested in learning more simply go to our forum category (https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-installer). ## Alternative Installation Options - Manual Install (Non-Standard) To learn more about alternate options for installing this plugin, check out the Plugin's README file on Github: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_microsoft_sqlserver_plugin#installation --- # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- The source code is available on GitHub (https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_microsoft_sqlserver_plugin) for full review. New Relic's Microsoft SQL Server plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Rackspace Load Balancers Monitor the performance of your Rackspace Load Balancer from within New Relic! Discover the active number of load balancers, incoming and outgoing traffic separated by SSL and Non-SSL and use this information to keep an eye on the performance of your application cluster. ---- ### Dependencies/Requirements: * Ruby (>= 1.8.7) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler `gem install bundler` * New Relic Account * Rackspace Load balancer with logging enabled ### First Time Setup Instructions #### Manual Installation 1. Click the Continue button below to be taken to the download page 2. Download the newest version 3. Extract to the location you want to run the plugin from 4. Rename config/template_newrelic_plugin.yml to config/newrelic_plugin.yml 5. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` (See README file for more information) 6. Run `bundle install` 7. Start the agent `bundle exec ./bin/newrelic_rs` #### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Rackspace plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet More in-depth installation and configuration details are included in the README file packaged with the plugin. ---- ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. View Details
  • Null Memcached Trend and monitor memcached server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null RabbitMQ Monitoring Plugin Collect and visualize various metrics from RabbitMQ metrics in New Relic including: - Message rates - Queue sizes - Sockets used. - Individual Queue Metrics ### Requirements This plugin requires the RabbitMQ Management HTTP API. ### Support: Plugin support or troubleshooting provided by Pivotal. ### About Pivotal RabbitMQ Pivotal RabbitMQ is an efficient, highly scalable, and easy-to-deploy queuing software that makes handling message traffic virtually effortless. View Details
  • Null Twilio Twilio powers the future of business communications, enabling phones, VoIP, and messaging to be embedded into web, desktop, and mobile software. This tool provides the New Relic Twilio metric collection agent. ### Dependencies - A single machine - Ruby (>= 1.8.7) - Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) - Bundler `gem install bundler` ### Installation Instructions: 1. Click the *Continue* button below and follow the instructions in the README file 2. Extract to the location you want to run the extention from 3. Run `cp config/newrelic_plugin.yml.example config/newrelic_plugin.yml` 4. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` 5. Run `bundle install` 6. Run `bundle exec ./bin/newrelic_twilio` ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. View Details
  • Null Redis Trend and monitor Redis server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. Summary metrics allow you to warn and alert on command velocity, key count, connections and blocked connections. The dashboard includes keys per database, commands processed, memory utilization, connection counts, pubsub patterns and commands, and pending key expirations. More dashboard graphs will be added soon. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Microsoft Azure SQL Database **Release v1.0.10** The plugin now supports proxy configurations. See the README.md in the install package. ---- Capture performance and usage data about your Microsoft Azure SQL databases to inform insights and improve troubleshooting. Key real-time metrics provide an overview of your databases and detailed measurements about connections, service interruption events, requests, network I/O, memory usage, and sessions. ---- # Discover *Overview*: SQL Load, Successful Connections, Current Requests, Session Count, Connection Network I/O Reads and Writes *Service Interruption Events*: Connections Blocked by Firewall Rules, Deadlocks, Excessive Usage metrics (Locks, Log Space, Memory, and TempDB), Failures to Open Database, Idle Connection Timeouts, Failed Logins, and Long Transactions *Memory*: Total Session Memory Usage, Number of Sessions, Max Memory Usage by a Session, Avg Memory Usage per Session *Recompiles*: Single Use Object %, Single Use Object #, Multiple Use Object # *Wait States*: Percentage of time by Type # Requirements To use this plugin, you must have: * a Microsoft Azure SQL Database account * Windows 7/Server 2008 or later * .NET 3.5 or later * a New Relic account # Installation Information 1. Download the Microsoft Azure SQL Database plugin .zip file from Plugin Central 2. Unpack it to something like `C:\Program Files\New Relic\MicrosoftSQLServerPlugin\`. 3. Edit the configuration file: `NewRelic.Microsoft.SqlServer.Plugin.exe.config` (See included README.md) 4. Verify the settings in read-only mode: `NewRelic.Microsoft.SqlServer.Plugin.exe --test` 5. Install the plugin as a Windows service: `NewRelic.Microsoft.SqlServer.Plugin.exe --install` More in-depth installation and configuration details are included in the README.md file packaged with the plugin. # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- The source code is available on GitHub (https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_microsoft_sqlserver_plugin) for full review. New Relic's Microsoft Azure SQL Database plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null MongoDB Monitor on-premise MongoDB installations. Includes all the magic of the MongoHQ monitoring that can be managed yourself. Get started in a few minutes! ### Requirements: To use this plugin you must have: - an admin username / password ### Support This plugin is a community project supported by MongoHQ. If you are a MongoHQ customer, please see the **MongoHQ** plugin for the New Relic Platform. Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is provided by MongoHQ. ### About MongoHQ MongoHQ is a cloud-based hosted database solution for MongoDB that allows you to easily and quickly create and interact with MongoDB instances. View Details
  • Null PostgreSQL Monitor PostgreSQL 8.4 and above. The PostgreSQL plugin allows our shared customers to view metrics from their database inside New Relic. Seeing the performance of the database alongside the performance of the other elements of the software stack provides a single location with a graphical view, enabling DBAs to monitor performance across all applications. ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting provided by EnterpriseDB. ### About EnterpriseDB EnterpriseDB is a world wide provider of enterprise-class products and services based on PostgreSQL. View Details
  • Null Apache HTTPd Trend and monitor Apache HTTP server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null nginx web server Visualize NGINX web server load and performance with this plugin provided by the original authors of NGINX. Collect and display key load metrics to track your nginx instances behavior. This plugin was created by the original authors of NGINX web server. It allows to collect and report various important counters from an NGINX web server instance such as: * Active client connections * Idle (keepalive) client connections * Client connections accept/drop rate * Average client requests per second The latest version of NGINX plugin can now be used to gather performance stats from NGINX Plus as well. If you happen to use NGINX Plus product, additional metrics related to upstream servers behavior can be collected and imported into New Relic. Extended metrics include: number and current state of servers in upstream groups, number of active and idle keepalive connections to upstream servers, request and response rate with an additional breakdown by HTTP status codes, throughput information and more. Metrics will be charted in the New Relic User Interface and you will be able to configure alerts based on the values reported by this plugin. ### Requirements To use this plugin, you must have the following: * Ruby (>= 1.8.7) * bundler for Ruby (https://github.com/carlhuda/bundler) * at least one running NGINX instance * a New Relic account ### Installation and running 1. Click the Continue button and complete the brief form. 2. Download the NGINX web server plugin .tar.gz file. 3. Unpack the .tar.gz file in a new directory. 4. Run `bundle install` to install all needed prerequisites. 5. Copy `config/newrelic_plugin.yml.in` to `config/newrelic_plugin.yml`. 6. Insert your New Relic license key and NGINX status URL into `config/newrelic_plugin.yml`. 7. Run `./newrelic_nginx_agent.daemon start` to start the agent in daemon mode. More in-depth installation and configuration details are included in the README.txt file packaged with the plugin. ### Support Nginx, Inc. provides free support for this plugin at the following e-mail: newrelic-support@nginx.com. Feel free to inquire should you have any installation or configuration problem and we will do our best to help you. Please don't forget to provide your e-mail address upon downloading the plugin since it's part of the support request validation. View Details
  • Null Varnish Cache The Varnish Cache plugin takes metrics collected by Varnish and pushes the data into New Relic. New Relic then allows users to slice and dice the data and aggregate the metrics across hosts. Users can also create alerts if numbers rise above a certain value. For example, you can get an alert if the cache is becoming too full. The Varnish Cache plugin retrieves data from varnishstat, Varnish Cache’s statistical tool for monitoring its health. This includes statistics such as: - hit rate - uptime - number of failed backend connections - number of objects in the cache These statistics are displayed in a standard dashboard that user can add other visualizations to. View Details
  • Null Resque Monitors Resque, a library for processing background jobs, reporting the following data for a specified instance: * Number of working workers * Pending jobs number * Total failed jobs number * Queues number * Number of workers * Number of processed jobs. ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is provided by Railsware. ### About Railsware Railsware is a leading Ruby on Rails company which provides contracting and consulting services around the world. View Details
  • Null Riak Monitor your Riak database. Basho Technologies is the creator and developer of Riak, a distributed database (sometimes categorized as a NOSQL database) that provides extreme high-availability, fault-tolerance, and operational simplicity, and Riak CS, a cloud-based object storage system that sits on top of Riak. Riak has rapidly gained adoption throughout the Fortune 100 and has become foundational to many of the world’s fastest-growing Web-based, mobile and social networking applications, as well as cloud service providers offering public, private and hybrid solutions. ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting provided by Basho Technologies. View Details
  • Null BlazeMeter Load Testing Find and fix performance bottlenecks in minutes with BlazeMeter’s cloud based performance and load testing platform. BlazeMeter provides an enterprise performance testing and capacity planning SaaS that supports any user scenario for webapps, websites, mobile apps or web services. ### Features: * **100% Apache JMeter™ compatible** so you can run any JMeter script or use any Jmeter plugin. * Easily simulate up to 100,000 concurrent users. * Create load from both the public cloud and inside your own firewall. ### BlazeMeter gives you real client side KPIs, not just server side data: * How many virtual users are **actually** hitting your site (not just the data for successful connections). * Real client side response time and latency and throughput. * Detailed client side error response messages. ### Installation Instructions: BlazeMeter is a cloud based SaaS so there is nothing to install on your local machine. Once you signup for a free BlazeMeter account simply add your New Relic API key in BlazeMeter and all of your load testing data will automatically be pushed to your New Relic account. **Please Note:** _The API key you need to enter once you sign for an account is not the license key below. Your New Relic data sharing API key can be found in your New Relic account buy going to_ Account Settings -> Integrations -> Data Sharing -> API Access View Details
  • Null CouchDB Trend and monitor CouchDB server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Haproxy Monitors HAProxy, a TCP/HTTP load balancer, reporting the following data for a specified proxy: - Error Rate (per-min), - Proxy Status, - Request Rate (per-min), - Active Servers, - Sessions Active, - Sessions Queued ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is provided by Railsware. ### About Railsware Railsware is a leading Ruby on Rails company which provides contracting and consulting services around the world. View Details
  • Null Logwatcher Monitors a given log file, reporting the rate of occurrences of a provided term. Logwatcher is a perfect plugin for error tracking. For example, you have a web application that occasionally generates an error and you log these errors to a file. Let’s say you precede the error info with [Error]. So, an error might look like this: [Error] Bats in the belfry To track the rate of errors you just need to install the Logwatcher plugin and provide the following options: log_path: /var/log/app.log term: "[Error]" ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is provided by Railsware. ### About Railsware Railsware is a leading Ruby on Rails company which provides contracting and consulting services around the world. View Details
  • Null MongoHQ **For MongoHQ Customers**. Instantly route MongoHQ database performance metrics in real-time to New Relic. The MongoHQ plugin is a no-install process for MongoHQ customers. Add your New Relic license key to your MongoHQ database, let stand at room temperature for 5 minutes, and (boom) a new MongoHQ performance dashboard will appear in New Relic. ### Discover **Opscounter:** queries, deletes, updates, getmores, and commands. Opcounters will reveal how database usage changes as your application grows, and daily patterns and usage spikes can be easily identified. Charts have drag and drop time selections with precision to the minute. **Performance Indicators:** see page faults and lock percentages to stay on top of your trends as your application usage grows along side your database. ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is provided by MongoHQ. ### About MongoHQ MongoHQ is a cloud-based hosted database solution for MongoDB that allows you to easily and quickly create and interact with MongoDB instances. View Details
  • Null SendGrid Email Delivery. Simplified. SendGrid is a simple email infrastructure in the cloud. Our platform allows developers to easily integrate email functionality into their web and mobile applications. Through APIs or SMTP relay, you can send and receive emails while retrieving detailed email statistics. Our users enjoy increased deliverability of email, on demand scalability and more time to focus on their product instead of taking care of email servers. New Relic's SendGrid plugin provides statistical monitoring and a simple 'at a glance' health check of ones email traffic. The plugin includes real time information on email performance including deliverability, engagement, and compliance factors. ### Requirements * a SendGrid account * a New Relic account View Details
  • Null F5 LTM The New Relic F5 Plugin enables integrated monitoring of your F5 Local Traffic Manager devices inside of New Relic. **SSL Profile statistics include:** - Current connection by Profile - Session cache entries - Session cache lookups per second - Session cache hits per second - Session cache hit rate - Session cache overflows per second - Session cache invalidations per second **iRule metrics include:** - Executions per second - Execution time (if timing is enabled) - Aborts per second - Failures per second **SNAT Pool metrics include:** - Current connection count - Connections per second - Max connection count - Throughput (Inbound and Outbound) - Packets per Second (Inbound and Outbound) **Pool metrics include:** - Requests per second - Current connection count - Connections per second - Throughput (Inbound and Outbound) - Packets per second (Inbound and Outbound) **Virtual Server metrics include:** - Requests per second - Current connection count - Connections per second - Throughput (Inbound and Outbound) - Packets per second (Inbound and Outbound) - CPU Usage **Device wide metrics include:** - CPU / Memory usage - Throughput (Total, Client side, Server side) - HTTP Requests (Requests/second, HTTP Methods, Status Codes, Versions) - HTTP Compression (Pre/Post broken down by content type) - TCP Details (Current connections, connection rate, Server/Client side, Wait State) - SSL Requests/second (Global) - Node status **Interface Statistics include:** - State (Up/Down) - Throughput - Packets per Second (Unicast / Multicast) - Errors per Second - Dropped packets per Second - Collisions per Second ## F5 This plugin has been tested with F5 LTM versions 11.2.x and 11.3.x. Some metrics are reported on 10.2.x, but the data is incomplete due to SNMP changes made by F5 between 10 and 11. A read-only SNMP community is required for each device to be monitored. Currently, only SNMP verison 2c is supported. ## Installation and Running Install this gem from RubyGems: gem install newrelic_f5_plugin Create an installation directory (like /opt/newrelic/f5 ). In the installation directory, execute `f5_monitor install -l LICENSE_KEY` using the license key from your New Relic account. Edit the `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` file generated in step 4. Setup name/hostname/port/snmp_community for each F5 you wish to monitor. Execute `f5_monitor run` ### Github Repository Additional information regarding this plugin can be found in the README on its Github page: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_f5_plugin ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. View Details
  • Null PPAS Monitor EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus Advanced Server database 8.4 and above. The PPAS plugin allows our shared customers to view metrics from their database inside New Relic. Seeing the performance of the database alongside the performance of the other elements of the software stack provides a single location with a graphical view, enabling DBAs to monitor performance across all applications. ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting provided by EnterpriseDB. ### About EnterpriseDB EnterpriseDB is a world wide provider of enterprise-class products and services based on PostgreSQL. View Details
  • Null AWS Costs & Usage Analytics Visualize your daily AWS infrastructure costs and assets under your app’s hood. *** Newvem’s AWS Cost & Usage Analytics plugin for New Relic Platform, gives you in-depth, real time insight into the performance of each component of your application stack – from cloud services, to the database, caching, networking, queuing and more. Fast, secure, and 100% free! * **Clear visibility to app costs and usage.** Newvem actively tracks your AWS infrastructure costs and asset usage over daily, weekly, and monthly periods and presents them, in a simple view, directly in your New Relic console. * **Improve your app’s costs.** Newvem offers clear visibility into your app’s cost with daily, weekly, and monthly views, both from a granular (AWS resources ) and top level (your app’s EC2 usage) angle. With detailed cost and asset trend reports, you can make better usage modeling and forecasting decisions on hard app usage data. * **Eliminate risk.** Newvem constantly tracks your app’s exposure to major risks such as security and availability so you can ensure a secure and compliant application in line with your SLA and customer expectations. * **Measure by Application.** Make your CFO really happy. Slice and dice your AWS cloud’s costs, resources, and risks by production environments, products, and other filters that are important for your business. *** View Details
  • Null AIMS for BizTalk #AIMS for BizTalk **Release v1.0.0** - - - ##Description: Monitor AIMS for BizTalk statistics using this plugin. AIMS for BizTalk is a unique APM monitoring solution for the Microsoft BizTalk Server and installs in 5 minutes. The solution prevents costly downtime and performance issues by utilizing automated traffic monitoring of all your BizTalk processes and components. Unlike other Microsoft BizTalk server monitoring tools, AIMS for BizTalk alerts you before a serious problem arises, pinpointing the exact location needing attention and sending a real-time alert to relevant IT team members. What's more, AIMS for BizTalk self-optimizes, meaning the software learns your system's normal behavior and modifies alerts over time, becoming more sensitive to potential problems that lead to downtime. See the number of proactive warnings, errors, overall message delay and message count using this plugin for New Relic. - - - ##Requirements To use this plugin, you must have: * A New Relic account. * An AIMS for BizTalk account - - - ##Metrics source documentation The AIMS for BizTalk plugin collects the following metrics: Message count (total amount of messages received by the BizTalk Server for selected period); Message delay (average delay in the BizTalk Server for selected period); Error count (total amount of errors on the BizTalk server for selected period); Warning count (total amount of pro-active warnings on the BizTalk Server for selected period); All metric data is sent once per 10 minute. - - - ##Installation Information. The plugin is embedded into the AIMS for BizTalk service. To add a license key please go through the following steps: 1. Login to your AIMS for BizTalk and select the configuration page on the drop down menu on the top right. 2. Press “edit” in the New Relic section. 3. Enter your New Relic license key and press “save”. 4. Log back in to New Relic. Your AIMS for BizTalk plugin can be found in the left pane. - - - ##Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to http://support.aimsinnovation.com/ View Details
  • Null Airbrake Agent Airbrake collects errors generated by other applications and aggregates the results for review. This plugin tracks: - Open errors - Resolved errors - Project stats - Environment stats ## How to Use the Agent These steps take ~30 seconds and will let you see Airbrake data in your New Relic account almost immediately! 1. Click "Continue" below 1. Create free Iron.io account 1. Enter New Relic license key 1. Enter Airbrake credentials 1. Click "Start Agent" That's it! Airbrake metrics will be uploaded into the New Relic Platform on a continual basis. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ### Powered by Iron.io Iron.io is used to power the Airbrake plugin. New Relic plugins that pull data from API services require scheduling and processing to extract data from the service API, transform it, and place it into New Relic. Iron.io's IronWorker service can be used via a free plan to power this plugin, providing a seamless and virtually serverless way to pull data from Airbrake and upload to New Relic. ### Plugin Support Plugin operation, support, and troubleshooting provided by Iron.io. Contact Iron.io for information on this plugin or on powering other plugins. (Note, please verify your account to gain additional free compute hours per month.) ### About Iron.io Iron.io is the maker of IronMQ, a scalable cloud-based message queue, and IronWorker, an elastic task queue/worker service. Iron.io's services are designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. The services are easy to use, highly available, and require no setup and no ops. Reduce complexity, build to scale, get Iron. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ## New Relic Credentials View Details
  • Null Alternative PHP Cache Trend and monitor PHP's APC statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Amazon AWS AutoScaling Groups Gives the ability to monitor Amazon Auto Scaling Groups via CloudWatch. It has been built into the New Relic AWS Cloudwatch Plugin in a fork of the project. The changes may be merged back into the original New Relic plugin, available at https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_aws_cloudwatch_plugin View Details
  • Null Amazon EC2 The Amazon EC2 plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for EC2, such as Disk Operations, CPU usage, and Network IO. There is a single install to monitor several AWS services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EBS, ELB, RDS, SQS, SNS, and ElastiCache. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon EC2 plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI, please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Amazon Elastic Block Store The Amazon Elastic Block Store plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for EBS, such as Read/Write operations, queue length, and throughput. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, ELB, RDS, SQS, SNS, and ElastiCache. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon EBS plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI, please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Amazon Elastic Load Balancer The Amazon Elastic Load Balancer plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for ELB, such as requests and latency. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, EBS, RDS, SQS, SNS, and ElastiCache. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon ELB plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Amazon ElastiCache The Amazon ElastiCache plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for ElastiCache using Memcached, such as commands executed, hits, misses, and free memory. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, ELB, RDS, SQS, SNS, and EBS. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon ElastiCache plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI, please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Amazon RDS The Amazon RDS plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for RDS, such as CPU utilization, latency, and throughput. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, ELB, ELB, SQS, SNS, and ElastiCache. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon RDS plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI, please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Amazon SNS The Amazon SNS plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for SNS, such as notifications and published. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, ELB, RDS, SQS, EBS, and ElastiCache. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon SNS plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI, please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Amazon SQS The Amazon SQS plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for SQS, such as messages and message visibility. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, ELB, RDS, EBS, SNS, and ElastiCache. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon SQS plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Apache httpd mod_status # Description A plugin to track apache httpd mod_status page and report it up to new Relic. This is a very early release with limited functionality. ---- Please see [github page](https://github.com/mblund/newrelic_java_apache_mod_status_plugin "") for more information. View Details
  • Null AWS Analytics, Controls, Best Practices AWS Reporting that Saves Time and Money! Every month, our users save hundreds of thousands of man-hours and millions of dollars on their Amazon bills! CloudCheckr provides otherwise unavailable visibility and analytics to remove the complexity from AWS usage. Our users quickly and efficiently gain control of their deployment, reduce costs, and optimize infrastructure performance. Try CloudCheckr Pro, for free, for yourself. Resource Control: CloudCheckr delivers comprehensive and up-to-date visibility into your deployment. Build your own custom reports (or use our library of standard reports) to access complete and accurate inventories of your services, resources, configurations and policies. Cost Optimization: Cost Optimization requires both right sizing and right purchasing. CloudCheckr’s reporting delivers both. It identifies properly, over, and underutilized resources to highlight areas of inefficiency and waste. Best Practices: Our team compiles and updates hundreds of best practices for AWS configurations that affect security, cost, and availability. On a daily basis, CloudCheckr assesses the latest state of your deployment against up-to-date best practice checks, alerting you of exceptions. Requirements =========== To use this plugin, you must have: 1. A CloudCheckr account 2. A New Relic account 3. A New Relic license key How to Setup =========== * Go to https://app.cloudcheckr.com * Create your CloudCheckr account * Create a new CloudCheckr account for an existing AWS account * Click 'Account Settings' and then click 'New Relic Plugin' * Click 'Enable CloudCheckr NewRelic Plugin' * Enter your New Relic license key * Select the CloudCheckr Metrics to push to New Relic * Click 'Save Settings' Support ====== Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by emailing support@cloudcheckr.com, calling us at (585) 413-0863, or visiting our support site at http://support.cloudcheckr.com/. View Details
  • Null Cassandra Monitor Cassandra statistics using the 3legs plugin. Metrics include Read and Write latency (global and per host), Cache statistics, Pending compactions, flushes and more. ##Installation Instructions Click the Download button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/threelegs/newrelic-plugins ##Downtime summary metric We currently cannot make it work with "Max Value" which would show the quantity of down hosts in the ring, we have it set as "Average Value" while we try to sort it out. See here for more info: https://newrelic.com/docs/plugin-dev/known-platform-limitations#max-min-not-reliable View Details
  • Null Desk Agent Delight your customers with awesome Customer Support. The Desk.com plugin tracks: - Open cases - Unresolved cases - Case timelines - Unresolved cases by groups ## How to Use 1. Click "Continue" below 1. Enter New Relic license key 1. Enter Desk.com tokens 1. Click "Start Agent". That's it! Desk metrics will be uploaded into the New Relic Platform on a continual basis. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ### Powered by Iron.io Iron.io is used to power the Desk plugin. New Relic plugins that pull data from API services require scheduling and processing to extract data from the service API, transform it, and place it into New Relic. Iron.io's IronWorker service can be used via a free plan to power this plugin, providing a seamless and virtually serverless way to pull data from Desk and upload to New Relic. ### Plugin Support Plugin operation, support, and troubleshooting provided by Iron.io. Contact Iron.io for information on this plugin or on powering other plugins. (Note, please verify your account to gain additional free compute hours per month.) ### About Iron.io Iron.io is the maker of IronMQ, a scalable cloud-based message queue, and IronWorker, an elastic task queue/worker service. Iron.io's services are designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. The services are easy to use, highly available, and require no setup and no ops. Reduce complexity, build to scale, get Iron. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ## New Relic Credentials View Details
  • Null Disk monitor agent # Description If you can't see the disk I/O utilization in New Relic it's may be because you run your server in a OpenVZ container. New Relic does not support this because that an OpenVZ container doesn't behave exactly like a real VM--it's a piece of a machine, not running its own full OS, and they just don't have capability to monitor it because we rely on OS-level stats which you won't have access to from your container. This plugin allows you to monitor your server's disks usage in a OpenVZ container. It does not provide you with information about reads and writes. The purpose of this plugin is that it will warn you when your disks are almost full. ---- # Requirements In order to use this plugin, you must have an active New Relic account. Plugin should work on any generic Unix environment with the following software components installed: * Ruby (>= 1.8.7) * Bundler for Ruby: https://github.com/carlhuda/bundler ---- # Instructions for running the agent 1. Clone the repository into /opt/ 2. Run `cd /opt/NewRelic-Disk-Monitor-plugin` 3. Run `bundle install` to install required gems 4. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` and replace "YOUR_LICENSE_KEY_HERE" with your New Relic license key 5. Copy the init file `sudo cp /opt/NewRelic-Disk-Monitor-plugin/Resources/newrelic_disk_agent.ini-file /etc/init.d/newrelic-disk-monitor` 6. Give the ini file the correct permission with `sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/newrelic-disk-monitor` 7. Start the plugin by running `sudo /etc/init.d/newrelic-disk-monitor start` # Troubleshoot 1. Make sure you get a representable response from `hostname -f`. 2. If you don't use the exact paths from the instructions make sure to update the ini-file 3. Make sure that the `newrelic` user has a shell. `usermod -s /bin/sh newrelic` 4. Check if the plugin has started with `ps aux | grep "newrelic_disk_agent"`. If you don't find any running process (except from the ´ps` command) you may remove the pid file. `sudo rm /var/run/newrelic-disk-agent.pid` --- # Source The source is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/HappyR/newrelic_disk_agent --- # License MIT ---- # Support Submit your issues here: https://github.com/HappyR/newrelic_disk_agent/issues ---- View Details
  • Null Dotcom-Monitor.com Instantly diagnose website and web application downtime issues and optimize performance using a global network of monitoring locations. ###Plugin Displays: * Hop-to-hop latency * Network response time * Website/App speed * Webpage metrics ### Installation Instructions: 1. Create a Dotcom-Monitor account 2. Submit a support ticket to Dotcom-Monitor asking for the Dotcom-Monitor plugin for the New Relic Platform (be sure to supply your New Relic License Key in the ticket) Once that ticket is received, Dotcom-Monitor will authorize your account and your data will begin populating your New Relic dashboard. ### Support Plugin support and troubleshooting provided by Dotcom-Monitor. ### About Dotcom-Monitor Dotcom-Monitor provides monitoring of website, web applications, and internet infrastructure from worldwide monitoring locations. View Details
  • Null ElastiCache Redis The Amazon ElastiCache plugin displays CloudWatch metrics for ElastiCache using Redis, such as commands executed, hits, misses, and free memory. There is a single install to monitor several Amazon services through CloudWatch. Other monitored services include: EC2, ELB, RDS, SQS, SNS, and EBS. Available as a Ruby install and as an AMI. #Dependencies * A single t1.micro EC2 instance (in any region) * Ruby (>= 1.9.2) * Rubygems (>= 1.3.7) * Bundler gem install bundler #Installation information ### Manual Installation Click the Continue button below, then follow the directions in the README. ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Amazon ElastiCache plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet #AMI This plugin is also available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) via the AWS Marketplace. Learn more, then quickly install and configure the AMI here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00DMMUO0O/ The AMI takes the contents of config/newrelic_plugin.yml as user-data, which is configured when creating the EC2 instance. Once the instance is running with valid user-data, no further action is required. To change the configuration, terminate the current instance and create another. If you like the AMI, please leave a 5-star review in the AWS Marketplace. If you don't like the AMI, New Relic would appreciate that you do not leave a bad review on the AWS Marketplace. Instead, open a ticket with New Relic Support (via the support link) and let us know what we could do better. We take your feedback very seriously and will work on improvements as soon as possible. Plus, by opening a ticket, we'll notify you when we've addressed your feedback. #Notes * CloudWatch detailed monitoring is recommended, please enable it when available. (see Using Amazon CloudWatch section on http://aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/) * Chart x-axis (time) is off by 60 seconds, this is due to CloudWatch's lag & lack of New Relic backfill (end time) support. * Latest data point is used to fill gaps in low resolution metrics. * Can use services like Upstart, Systemd, Runit, and Monit to manage the process. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's AWS plugin is offered under the MIT license. View Details
  • Null Elasticsearch Monitors Elasticsearch, a flexible and powerful open source, distributed real-time search and analytics engine for the cloud. View Details
  • Null Elasticsearch Trend and monitor Elasticsearch cluster wide statistics using the MeetMe plugin. Metrics trended include cluster node and shard counts, indexing stats, searching stats, network performance and network traffic. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP-FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Elasticsearch Republished from: https://rpm.newrelic.com/accounts/49936/plugins/directory/134 Monitors Elasticsearch, a flexible and powerful open source, distributed real-time search and analytics engine for the cloud. Your New Relic license key is required to install and run a plugin. Click on the clipboard icon to quickly copy your license key. View Details
  • Null Endeca MDEX Oracle Endeca plugin for New Relic ============================================== - - - The Endeca plugin for New Relic captures performance and wait metrics from an Endeca MDEX Engine. ##Requirements * A New Relic account. If you are not already a New Relic user, you can signup for a free account at http://newrelic.com * Find and download the New Relic Oracle Endeca plugin at https://rpm.newrelic.com/plugins/ * A server running Endeca on a port you can access. * A configured Java Runtime (JRE) environment Version 1.6 or higher. * Network access to New Relic ##Installation Linux example: * $ mkdir /path/to/newrelic-plugin * $ cd /path/to/newrelic-plugin * $ tar xfz newrelic_endeca_plugin*.tar.gz Refer to INSTRUCTIONS.md in the downloaded gzip file for detailed installation and configuration instructions. ## Support https://www.sparkred.com/confluence/display/NEWRELIC/Endeca+MDEX+Plugin View Details
  • Null flood.io » Load Testing for Everyone Load Testing for Everyone --- Whether you need to load test a single URL, simulate realistic user scenarios with __JMeter__, or execute extremely large concurrency and volumes with __Gatling__, flood.io provides a simple and affordable platform for all. ## Features * __Massive Concurrency__ Each Grid node can simulate thousands of users in an autonomous fashion, letting you scale out on demand to hundreds of thousands of users. * __Multiple Tools__ The Grid can execute simple URL tests or more advanced test plans which are 100% compatible with JMeter or Gatling. * __Ruby DSL__ Explore our powerful and simple ruby-jmeter DSL and maintain your performance tests as you would for any version controlled, test automation suite. * __Build your own Grid__ Use our Grid nodes on demand or host your own. Grid nodes can be started in 5 - 10 minutes and are simple to manage. * __Descriptive Statistics__ Report accurately with descriptive statistics at individual transaction level with raw data available in JSON or CSV formats. * __No Crazy Licensing__ We put no limits on how you test. Run as many users as you like and test as often as you wish. * __White Label Reports__ Share results from your own domain and brand it as your own with custom colour and logo configuration. * __Custom Integrations__ Integrate test results with other cloud services such as New Relic and Flowdock. View Details
  • Null FreeRADIUS Monitors FreeRADIUS, The world's most popular RADIUS Server. View Details
  • Null Google cloud storage metrics # Description New-Relic plugin to monitor your google cloud storage activity. A key point to keep backups in sight ! Check https://github.com/nkcr/Google-Cloud-Storage-Upload to kackup your database on google cloud storage ! ## Metrics - Total size - Total elements - Size rate - Elements rate - Number of new elements within a day - Size gained within a day ---- # Requirements **Google cloud storage** - Google developper account with cloud storage. See https://cloud.google.com/products/cloud-storage/ - Obviously, a _google project_ with a _bucket_. For help see https://developers.google.com/storage/docs/overview - _Google cloud storage JSON API_ enabled. See http://s30.postimg.org/oe8wkrc35/Capture_d_cran_2014_06_16_13_14_25.png - A _service account key_ along with his email address, see http://s4.postimg.org/3nsu1labx/Capture_d_cran_2014_06_16_13_25_13.png **Environment** - Ruby - Bundler For ubuntu and debian install bundler (and also ruby if needed) with : $ sudo apt-get install bundler ---- # Installation - Get the plugin folder and place it where you want - Inside the folder run $ bundle install This should install the newrelic and google SDK - Fill the config/newrelic_plugin.yml file : | Parameter | Description | | :-------------------------- | :--------------- | | google_storage_key_path | The relative path of your _service account key_ | | google_storage_key_secret | The secret of your key (default is _notasecret_) | | google_storage_mail | The email that goes with your _service account key_, like _xxxxxxx-xxxxx@developper.gserviceaccount.com_ | | google_storage_project_id | The ID of your google Project (the one that contains your bucket) | | google_storage_bucket_name | The name of your bucket (the one you wish to monitor) | | element_offset_alert | Used to monitor the number of new elements per day. That value minus the number of new elements will be the value monitored. Like that we know there is a problem when the value is above the expected one. | | size_offset_alert | Like element_offset_alert but for the size. If you upload less than a gigabyte per day leave the default value | - And finally, run the script with $ ruby /path/to/script/folder/newrelic_gcstorage_agent.rb - You can also launch it as a deamon with $ ./path/to/.../deamon.rb start --- # Alerts On newrelic, alerts only work when a value is above the expected one. To work with it, you can use _Alert/elements_ and _Alert/size_. Those values work with the ones in the config file : _element_offset_alert_ and _size_offset_alert_. _Alert/elements_ is _element_offset_alert_ minus the number of new elements per day. If your expecting 4 new elements per day and _element_offset_alert_ = 100, you will set your alert threshold to 93. The same for _size_offset_alert_. --- # Source Get the source at https://github.com/nkcr/Google-Cloud-Storage-Metric, download it as ZIP file and unzip it on your computer. --- # License Licensed under the The MIT License (MIT). ---- # Support For any support contact me on github. Please report new issues if found. ---- View Details
  • Null GoRelic New Relic agent for Go runtime. It collect a lot of metrics from goroutine scheduler, garbage collector and memory allocator. From version 0.0.5 it also can collect HTTP metrics - throughput and response time metrics. This plugin can be embedded into any Go application. Actually this plugin add NewRelic support for one more programming platform. View Details
  • Null Hadoop This plugin collects Hadoop Cluster health and performance metrics, by acting as a sink for the Hadoop Metrics2 framework. It is built using the New Relic Plugin Java SDK. This plugin is offered as-is under the MIT license. However, if you find any bugs or have any suggestions for it, please let me know. View Details
  • Null HAProxy Trend and monitor HAProxy statistics using the MeetMe plugin. Metrics trended include server traffic, errors, queue depths, and downtime. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP-FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Instart Logic Dashboard This plugin allows you to monitor your Instart Logic service within New Relic. The Instart Logic service is the first cloud and web application delivery service in the world to extend beyond the limited backend-only cloud architectures of the past with an innovative new intelligent client-cloud platform delivered as a service. This new approach is based on using application rather than network intelligence. This unique client-cloud platform extends the cloud into the application. Instart Logic has created a platform that reaches from the cloud all the way to the end user's device by coupling application intelligence in the cloud with unparalleled control in the end user's browser using web application virtualization technology. This enables radical new approaches to application delivery, analytics, security, and more. The service requires no code changes or SDKs to integrate and works for all existing browsers without any plug-ins or other add-ons. It's totally transparent to the users and the backend infrastructure and requires only simple DNS changes to use. # Requirements 1) Have a New Relic license key 2) Have an Instart Logic account # Installation Instart Logic is a fully-managed SaaS cloud platform so there is nothing to install or manage. Installation is just one step: send your license key to partner@instartlogic.com to activate your plugin. View Details
  • Null Interlok # Description The Adaptris New Relic Interlok plugin provides the ability to monitor the message processing throughput of the Adapter in real time, via New Relic. By making use of New Relic it gives the ability to monitor the Adapter over a period of time and not just instantaneous data. # Requirements The Interlok plugin has no special requirements other than an existing Adapter version 3 installation; there is no minimum New Relic subscription level. # Installation To install the Interlok plugin, download the ZIP file; extract the contents into your existing Adaptris Interlok installation directory as is. The JARs and New Relic configuration should reside in lib/ where as the Interlok JSON configuration should reside in config/ View Details
  • Null IronMQ Agent IronMQ is a scalable cloud-based message queue designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. This plugin tracks: - Queue rates - Queue sizes - Aggregate stats - and more... ## How to Use 1. Click "Continue" below 1. Enter New Relic license key 1. Enter IronMQ token/project id 1. Click "Start Agent". That's it! ### Powered by Iron.io Iron.io is used to power the IronMQ plugin. New Relic plugins that pull data from API services require scheduling and processing to extract data from the service API, transform it, and place it into New Relic. Iron.io's IronWorker service can be used via a free plan to power this plugin, providing a seamless and virtually serverless way to pull data from IronMQ and upload to New Relic. ### Plugin Support Plugin operation, support, and troubleshooting provided by Iron.io. Contact Iron.io for information on this plugin or on powering other plugins. (Note, please verify your account to gain additional free compute hours per month.) ### About Iron.io Iron.io is the maker of IronMQ, a scalable cloud-based message queue, and IronWorker, an elastic task queue/worker service. Iron.io's services are designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. The services are easy to use, highly available, and require no setup and no ops. Reduce complexity, build to scale, get Iron. View Details
  • Null IronWorker Agent IronWorker is a multi-language worker platform that runs tasks in the background, in parallel, and at massive scale. This plugin tracks: - Task duration split by code name and status - Task count split by code name and status - Total project task count and duration - and more... ## How to Use 1. Click "Continue" below 1. Enter New Relic license key 1. Enter IronWorker token/project id 1. Click "Start Agent". That's it! IronWorker metrics will be uploaded into the New Relic Platform on a continual basis. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ### Powered by Iron.io Iron.io is used to power the IronWorker plugin. New Relic plugins that pull data from API services require scheduling and processing to extract data from the service API, transform it, and place it into New Relic. Iron.io's IronWorker service can be used via a free plan to power this plugin, providing a seamless and virtually serverless way to pull data from IronWorker and upload to New Relic. ### Plugin Support Plugin operation, support, and troubleshooting provided by Iron.io. Contact Iron.io for information on this plugin or on powering other plugins. (Note, please verify your account to gain additional free compute hours per month.) ### About Iron.io Iron.io is the maker of IronMQ, a scalable cloud-based message queue, and IronWorker, an elastic task queue/worker service. Iron.io's services are designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. The services are easy to use, highly available, and require no setup and no ops. Reduce complexity, build to scale, get Iron. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ## New Relic Credentials View Details
  • Null jmxremote Monitor any remote JMX statistics using the 3legs plugin. ##Installation Instructions Click the Download button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/threelegs/newrelic-plugins View Details
  • Null loader.io Amazingly Simple Cloud-Based Load Testing for Your Apps Loader.io by SendGrid Labs is a **simple cloud based load testing tool** that allows you to stress test your web applications and APIs with thousands of concurrent connections. This tool was developed to **reduce the cost and complexity of traditional load testing** scenarios which required an enormous amount of time, expertise and money to execute. Loader.io makes it amazingly easy and cost effective to run continuous load tests against your application so that you can **optimize your performance while focusing on your core business**. All you have to do is add your application to loader.io, run a load test and watch the load test in real time. We simulate connections to your application for the duration you specify and make it simple for you to monitor and share the results with your team. The best part is that it’s **free to test up to 10,000 clients per test** and affordable pro plans for larger client tests. All you need is a valid email address and a server to test. To create a free test, simply visit loader.io ### Run UNLIMITED Tests Avoid the risk of user abandonment, loss of revenue, poor user experience and a negative brand reputation by consistently load testing your web applications. Loader.io makes it easy by offering unlimited tests per month for a low flat rate – AWESOME! ### Simple Pricing & Custom Plans Our pricing model is so simple, you can enable add-on features when you need them and disable them on months when you don't. All of our plans and add-ons are contract-free. Need a custom plan? No problem, we can handle that too. Just shoot us an email outlining your needs. ### Team Collaboration Working in teams is fun! With our Pro plan, you and your team can collaborate on application testing together. ### Use Our Free Plan FOREVER loader.io is 100% FREE to test up to 10,000 clients per test and affordable pro plans for larger client tests. All you need is a valid email address and a server to test. To create a free test, simply sign up. ### Plan Features: Free Plan: * **10,000** clients/test * 1 hostname * 1 min tests * 2 URLs per test Pro Plan: * **100,000** clients/test * **Unlimited** hostnames * **Unlimited** 10 min tests * **10** urls per test * **Advanced** analytics * **Concurrent** tests * **Team** features View Details
  • Null Log Analysis QuickStart **Monitor your log events in New Relic using Sumo Logic** Sumo Logic allows you to collect, analyze, and visualize the valuable information in your logs, including events related to performance, access, security, applications, and more. The Sumo Logic Log Analysis Quickstart plugin allows you to extract information about visitors in your website/application and quickly address customer-facing issues. Additionally, you can track patterns of important keywords (error, failure, timeout) in your logs across multiple environments. The Sumo Logic Log Analysis QuickStart plugin periodically polls the Sumo Logic service to monitor log events independent of where they were generated, allowing you to visualize all data in your New Relic dashboards. #Requirements To use this plugin you’ll need a Sumo Logic account and the Log Analysis Quickstart Application. To have the Log Analysis QuickStart application added to your account contact us. #Installation information To install the plugin, click Continue (below). You can learn more about how plugins integrate Sumo Logic and New Relic here: https://support.sumologic.com/entries/24978436-New-Relic-plugin-for-Windows View Details
  • Null Memcached # Description New Relic Memcached Plugin - Java Capture performance and usage data about your Memcached 1.4+ servers to give you insights and improve troubleshooting. # Discover **Cache Use:** Cache miss ratios for all operations (e.g. get/incr/decr), total operations broken down by hits/misses **System Use:** Total memory available and consumed, active connections to the service, CPU utilization, and thread use **Items:** Average item size, total number of items stored, item creation rate, evictions and reclaims per second ---- # What's new in V2? This plugin has been upgraded to V2 of the New Relic Platform Java SDK. For version 2 of the Java SDK, we have made several changes to help make the installation experience more uniform for plugins. The changes include: * 'newrelic.properties' file is now 'newrelic.json' * Plugin configuration is now done through the 'plugin.json' file * Logging has been made more robust and easier to use. * Jar distributables now have a well-defined name (i.e. plugin.jar) * Configuration files are now located in a well-defined location (i.e. './config' off the root) More information on these changes (including how to configure logging, license keys, and the plugin itself) can be found here: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_memcached_java_plugin. If you have any feedback, please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our forums here: https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-sdk-beta. ---- # Requirements To use this plugin, you must have: * A New Relic account. Signup for a free account at http://newrelic.com * A server running Memcached v1.4 or greater. * A configured Java Runtime (JRE) environment Version 1.6 or better ---- # Installation information ## New Relic Platform Installer The New Relic Platform Installer (NPI) is a simple, lightweight command line tool that helps you easily download, configure and manage New Relic Platform Plugins and the recommended way of installing this plugin. To install the plugin via NPI, scroll to the 'Installation' section below. If you're interested in learning more simply go to our forum category (https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-installer). ## Alternative Installation Options - Manual Install (Non-Standard) - Installation via Chef/Puppet To learn more about alternate options for installing this plugin, check out the Plugin's README file on Github: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_memcached_java_plugin#installation --- # Source Additional information regarding this plugin can be located in the README file on its Github project page: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_memcached_java_plugin --- # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- View Details
  • Null Memcached - Ruby Capture performance and usage data about your Memcached 1.4+ servers to give you insights and improve troubleshooting. Key, real-time metrics provide an overview of your server as well as detailed measurements about system utilization, cache metrics, and items stored. ---- # Discover **Cache Use:** Cache miss ratios for all operations (e.g. get/incr/decr), total operations broken down by hits/misses **System Use:** Total memory available and consumed, active connections to the service, CPU utilization, and thread use **Items:** Average item size, total number of items stored, item creation rate, evictions and reclaims per second ---- # Requirements: To use this plugin, you must have: * A New Relic account * A server running Memcached v1.4 or greater * Ruby version 1.8.7 or better # Installation information ### Manual Installation 1. Download the latest `newrelic_memcached_plugin-X.Y.Z.tar.gz` from https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_memcached_plugin/tags 1. Extract the downloaded archive to the location you want to run the Memcached agent from 1. Run `bundle install` to install required gems 1. Copy `config/template_newrelic_plugin.yml` to `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` 1. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` with your license key and to point to your instances of Memcached. You can add as many hosts as you'd like If your Memcached instances are bound to an external IP, use that value for the host field. If you omit the 'port' field it will default to '11211' 1. Edit the `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` file by changing the name and endpoint fields to match your Memcached server configuration 1. From your shell run: `./newrelic_memcached_agent` 1. Wait a few minutes for New Relic to begin processing the data sent from your agent. 1. Log into your New Relic account and click on `Memcached` on the left hand nav bar to start seeing your Memcached metrics ### Installation with Chef/Puppet Chef and Puppet are tools that automate software installation. The Memcached plugin has installation support for both: - Chef: http://community.opscode.com/cookbooks/newrelic_plugins - Puppet: https://forge.puppetlabs.com/newrelic/newrelic_plugins **Note:** For more information on using Chef and Puppet with New Relic, see the New Relic docs: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/plugins/plugin-installation-with-chef-and-puppet More in-depth installation and configuration details are included in the README file packaged with the plugin. The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's Memcached plugin is offered under the MIT license. --- #Github Repository Additional information regarding this plugin can be located in the README file on its Github project page: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_memcached_plugin ---- # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- View Details
  • Null Memcached Cloud Monitor, trend and configure email alerts for performance and usage metrics of your Memcached Cloud buckets. This plugin tracks the following metrics: ● Aggregate and typed operations per second throughput. ● Aggregate and typed average operation latency. ● Memory use and usage. ● Connections use. ● Keys’ total, hit ratio, hits, misses as well as objects’ evictions and expirations. Installation Instructions: Your New Relic license key is required to install and run a plugin. Enter your New Relic license key in your Memcached Cloud console at the Account Info page (under the Account -> Account Info menu entry). Note: if you are using the Memcached Cloud add-on for PaaS, access the add-on's console via single sign-on from your platform's console. Click on the clipboard icon to quickly copy your license key. View Details
  • Null MemCachier Dashboard Monitor the performance of your MemCachier managed memcached cluster with built-in support for New Relic provided by MemCachier. Configure email alerts for performance and usage metrics. This plugin tracks the following: ● Memory usage. ● Total Items, evictions, hit ratio and get/set ratio. ● Connections, both total, live and churn. ● Operations per second throughput. Installation Instructions: Your New Relic license key is required to install and run a plugin. Enter your New Relic license key in your MemCachier dashboard, under 'Your Caches -> Analytics Dashboard' and click the 'Setup New Relic Integration'. View Details
  • Null Memory(RAM) Monitors server's Free, used, unused and wired memory(RAM) Forked, edited and publish, with permission, from https://github.com/torbjon/newrelic_memory_agent View Details
  • Null MongoDB Trend and monitor MongoDB statistics using the MeetMe plugin. Metrics trended include command counts, database size, connection counts, index utilization, global lock statistics and more. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null MongoDB ObjectRocket by Rackspace displays metrics from the ObjectRocket MongoDB service. This plugin is a zero install plugin. To enable simply add your license key to https://app.objectrocket.com/external to get up and running with just a couple clicks. View Details
  • Null MongoDB A plugin to gather metrics from your MongoDB deployment and send the metrics to the New Relic Platform. MongoDB will monitor the following metrics: Operations / Second RAM Usage Disk Size Lock % Page Faults This extension will work for single servers, replica sets, and sharding. Repurposed from https://github.com/MongoHQ/newrelic-mongodb-agent View Details
  • Null Mpstat Processor Statistics Monitor MP statistics with the Mpstat Processor Statistics plugin for the New Relic Platform. The Mpstat Processor Statistics plugin reports the following MP statistics: user, nice, sys, iowait, irq, soft, steal, idle, and intros. ### Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is provided by Railsware. ### About Railsware Railsware is a leading Ruby on Rails company which provides contracting and consulting services around the world. View Details
  • Null Mpstat Processor Statistics The mpstat command collects and displays performance statistics for all logical processors in the system. View Details
  • Null mxHero Engines Trend and monitor mxHero Engine using this plugin. Metrics trended include emails sent, receive, queues size, and jvm statistics. Installation Instructions Download the latest plugin from our repository http://goo.gl/lKZT4O If you want to search the code or ask anything go to http://goo.gl/VIGN7s View Details
  • Null newrelic_resque_depth This resque monitoring plugin provides summary data on number of pending jobs, failed jobs and processing rate for each configured namespace. It also provides detailed data showing number of pending jobs in each queue in the namespace and information about number of workers, number of queues, and number of working workers. View Details
  • Null NFS Statistics NewRelic-NFSIOStat ========= A New Relic Plugin that gathers data from nfsiostat to push to newrelic. This is "tested" on CentOS 6, but should work on RHEL/CentOS/etc 5-7. # Monitoring Highlights * Detailed NFS Statistics for ALL mountpoints or a "list" # Requirements * Python 2.6.x or 2.7.x * Linux Kernel with /proc/self/mountstats * NFS Mounted Filesystems to monitor ;) # Installation * Download the RPM from the latest [release](https://github.com/LarkIT/newrelic-nfsiostat/releases) * yum localinstall (filename).rpm # Configuration * EDIT: /etc/newrelic-nfsiostat.conf * Set your license key in the key setting * Enable proxy if necessary # Start/Stop Service * service newrelic-nfsiostat start * service newrelic-nfsiostat stop # Source This type of installation is for experts only * https://github.com/LarkIT/newrelic-nfsiostat * Build RPM * Dowload the source and execute: ``` python setup.py sdist_rpm cd dist/ yum localinstall <RPM You Just Made>.rpm ``` * Source Distribution * Download the source and execute: ``` python setup.py sdist cd dist/ tar zxf <The Tarball> cd <The Directory you just unzipped> python setup.py install ``` # License We are loosely using GPLv2, withiout having really read or understood the consequences or benefits. # Support Support is only on a best effort basis. We are using this module, it works for us. Your milege may vary. Please file an issue in GitHub if you have problems, suggestions, etc. Please Fork, branch and submit pull requests :) View Details
  • Null Nginx Trend and monitor Nginx HTTP server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent is not affiliated with Nginx, Inc. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Node.js Memoizee Stats # memoizee-newrelic ## NewRelic Plug-In for the memoizee library See https://github.com/issacg/memoizee-newrelic ### Summary require('memoizee-newrelic')('NEWRELIC-LICENSE-KEY'); var memoize = require('memoizee'); var fn = function (one, two, three) { /* ... */ }; memoized = memoize(fn); memoized('foo', 3, 'bar'); Every 60 seconds, this will report the cache information to your NewRelic dashboard View Details
  • Null OpenVPN The New Relic OpenVPN Plugin enables monitoring OpenVPN, and it reports the following data: - Amount of active Users - Amount of active Clients - Amount of bytes sent - Amount of bytes received - Average of bytes sent - Average of bytes received Please follow the link below for installation instructions! View Details
  • Null OpenWrt Monitors your OpenWrt installation with a simple shell script. **Currently supports:** * Memory * Cpu * System Load ##Installation Instructions for detailed instructions go to: https://github.com/zyclonite/newrelic-openwrt-plugin/blob/master/README.md View Details
  • Null Oracle Database A plugin to monitor Oracle Database. Version 1.0.0 adds some much-needed functionality: - connect by service name - SGA information - Locks and Deadlocks - Cache & Memory statistics - Wait times by type. This plugin is free to use however, wherever you want. View Details
  • Null Parse Agent Parse provides a scalable backend for iOS, Android, JavaScript, Windows Phone 8, and OS X apps. This plugin tracks: * New Users * Deleted Users * Total Users ##How to Use the Agent These steps take ~30 seconds and will let you see Parse data in your New Relic account almost immediately! 1. Click "Continue" below 1. Create free Iron.io account 1. Enter New Relic license key 1. Enter Parse credentials 1. Click "Start Agent" That's it! Parse metrics will be uploaded into the New Relic Platform on a continual basis. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ### Powered by Iron.io Iron.io is used to power the Parse plugin. New Relic plugins that pull data from API services require scheduling and processing to extract data from the service API, transform it, and place it into New Relic. Iron.io's IronWorker service can be used via a free plan to power this plugin, providing a seamless and virtually serverless way to pull data from Parse and upload to New Relic. ### Plugin Support Plugin operation, support, and troubleshooting provided by Iron.io. Contact Iron.io for information on this plugin or on powering other plugins. (Note, please verify your account to gain additional free compute hours per month.) ### About Iron.io Iron.io is the maker of IronMQ, a scalable cloud-based message queue, and IronWorker, an elastic task queue/worker service. Iron.io's services are designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. The services are easy to use, highly available, and require no setup and no ops. Reduce complexity, build to scale, get Iron. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ## New Relic Credentials View Details
  • Null passenger Capture data for Phusion Passenger webserver: * Number of passenger processes (max, running, active) * Memory stats on passenger processes (total, per app) * Watching Global Queue and Total Sessions To use this plugin follow the Instructions given in the README View Details
  • Null passenger A New Relic agent to collect status information from phusion passenger via the xml output of the 'passenger-status' command and the output of the 'free' command NOTE!!! Currently written to support passenger 4, parsing may not work correctly with passenger 3 outputs ## Passenger Agent Installation 1. Download the latest version 2. Extract to the location you want to run the agent from 3. `bundle install` to get the necessary gems 4. Copy `config/template_newrelic_plugin.yml` to `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` 5. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` and replace "YOUR_LICENSE_KEY_HERE" with your New Relic license key 6. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` and add the full path to your 'passenger-status --show=xml' and 'free -m' commands if needed, as well as the hostname (as you want it to appear in NewRelic) 7. Run `./newrelic_passenger_agent` ## Data Collected Data for this agent is collected by running the commands 'passenger-status --show=xml' and 'free -m' then parsing the results Data captured for => passenger-status --show=xml - # of processes running (max and current) - # waiting in queue - total sessions active - total cpu usage - memory usage by process Data captured for => free -m - Total memory - Memory used (all) - Memory free (all) - shared memory - allocated to buffers - cached - memory used by applications - memory available to applications - total swap - swap used - swap free - % Memory free (for summary metrics page) ## Installing via chef? check out https://github.com/ssalinas/newrelic_monitoring View Details
  • Null Perfmon Perfmon Plugin for New Relic Platform Collects and displays Performance Monitor (PerfMon) counters collected from local and remote Windows servers. Out-of-the-box, this plugin focuses on counters related to the performance of .NET applications. Notes: * The Download link provides you with the Standalone and Windows Service version of this plugin. The Ruby source is available at our Github Repo: https://github.com/nickfloyd/newrelic-perfmon-plugin * The latest version of the plugin allows for the addition of custom Perfmon counters without rebuilding the Standalone version. Custom counters will require the creation of your own dashboards. Details on this capability can be found in the README file: https://github.com/nickfloyd/newrelic-perfmon-plugin/blob/master/README.md View Details
  • Null pgBouncer Trend and monitor pgBouncer server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null PHP FPM Trend and monitor PHP's FastCGI Process Manager (FPM) statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PostgreSQL - PHP FPM - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null PHP OPcache Newrelic-phpopcache is a plugin for the Newrelic performance monitoring service to monitor the health of the PHP module OPcache. Please go to http://bitbucket.kingrst.com/newrelic-phpopcache/wiki/Installation for Installation instructions. View Details
  • Null Postgres The New Relic Postgres Plugin enables integrated monitoring of your Postgres database in a custom NewRelic dashboard. Currently the following metrics are recorded: * Index size, hit rate, and count * Cache hit rate * Idle and active connection counts * BGWriter metrics * Tuple metrics * Transactions committed and rolled back ## Requirements ### Proxy host You need a host to install the plugin on that is able to poll the desired Postgres database. That host also needs Ruby (tested with 2.0.0), and support for rubygems. ### Postgres This plugin has been tested with with a few different Postgres versions and should work with any version compatible with the pg gem. ## Installation and Running 1. Install this gem from RubyGems: ```gem install newrelic_postgres_plugin``` 2. Create an installation directory (like /opt/newrelic/postgres ). 3. In the installation directory, execute ```pg_monitor install -l LICENSE_KEY``` using the license key from your New Relic account. 4. Edit the +config/newrelic_plugin.yml+ file generated in step 4. Setup host/port/user/password/dbname for your postgres connection. 5. Execute ```pg_monitor run``` ## Heroku Instructions Unlike the default NewRelic Postgres plugin, this plugin is designed to be fully compatible with monitoring Heroku Postgres. In fact, we've even created a simple app you can run on Heroku to monitor your existing apps. Instructions for using Heroku as your proxy host can be found in the [heroku_postgres_monitor](https://github.com/GoBoundless/heroku_postgres_monitor) repo. ## Support Please use Github issue for support. We will do our best to address issues in a timely fashion. View Details
  • Null PostgreSQL Trend and monitor PostgreSQL server wide statistics using the MeetMe plugin. Information reported on includes stats for backends, IO utilization, transactions, locks, read cache hit rates, database operations (read/insert/update/delete), size on disk, archiver and checkpoint status. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAproxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null PowerMTA This plugin monitors email transport by PowerMTA http://www.port25.com/powermta/powermta-overview/overview/ - if you use PowerMTA from Port25 as your email engine, then you'll love the visibility this plugin gives you and your team! View Details
  • Null Puma stats Track the amount of running and backlog threads on puma View Details
  • Null Qbaka Allows you to monitor and visualize web service JavaScript error rates. The Qbaka plugin shows you current error rates so you can see the growth of new errors on a dashboard and immediately react to problems. The Qbaka plugin provides charts for both new grouped errors and raw reports. Grouped errors reflect the same event(s) across different browsers and users. Raw reports allow you to see overall frontend impact on your web service. You can also estimate the amount of errors processed by Qbaka which have been rejected because of plan limits (if any). **The Qbaka dashboard displays:** - list of JavaScript errors grouped by browsers and users - last user actions on frontend which caused an error - source code snippet with highlighted problem line - number of users and web pages affected by the error - exact users affected and what their systems looks like - error stacktrace and much more ### Plugin Setup Instructions 1. Create a Qbaka account at qbaka.com 2. Sign in to your Qbaka account and go to project settings 4. Enter your New Relic license key in your project settings The Qbaka plugin data should appear in New Relic within minutes. You can track multiple projects with the Qbaka plugin, just enter your New Relic license key for all necessary projects. ### Support Plugin support and troubleshooting provided by Qbaka. ### About Qbaka Qbaka is frontend error monitoring and analytics for web services and mobile HTML5. View Details
  • Null RabbitMQ Trend and monitor RabbitMQ cluster wide statistics using the MeetMe plugin. Metrics trended include publishing velocity, consuming velocity, queue depths, per-node memory utilization, channel, socket, process, delivery and consuming counts, and per-queue message stats. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP-FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Red Hat Enterprise Linux A Red Hat Enterprise Linux Plugin for New Relic. This provides a more granular look at Red Hat Enterprise Linux server performance data, and should be compatible with its downstream derived projects (although not always tested) * CentOS * Oracle Enterprise Linux * Scientific Linux A Red Hat Community Effort View Details
  • Null Redis Collect and visualize various metrics from Redis metrics in New Relic including: - Connection Statistics - KeySpace Statistics ### Requirements This plugin requires Redis ### Support: Plugin support or troubleshooting provided by Pivotal. ### About Pivotal RabbitMQ Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced key-value store. View Details
  • Null Redis Written in Ruby, it's simple and dedicated for Redis. Most of the statistics are available and built to run as a daemon with PID file and logging. ---- # Requirements (tested versions) - Ruby (2.0.0) - Gem: newrelic_plugin (1.3.1) - Gem: dante (0.2.0) ---- # Installation 1. Download the latest release 2. Extract to the location you want to run the agent from 3. Copy `config/template_newrelic_plugin.yml` to `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` 4. Edit `config/newrelic_plugin.yml` and replace "YOUR_LICENSE_KEY_HERE" with your New Relic license key --- # Source See below for more detailed information and source code. https://github.com/kenjij/newrelic_redis_plugin --- # License MIT ---- # Support See the wiki for more information. https://github.com/kenjij/newrelic_redis_plugin/wiki ---- View Details
  • Null Redis Cloud Monitor, trend and configure email alerts for performance and usage metrics of your Redis Cloud instances. This plugin tracks the following metrics: ● Aggregate and typed operations per second throughput. ● Aggregate and typed average operation latency. ● Memory use and usage. ● Connections use and usage. ● Keys’ total, hit ratio, hits, misses as well as objects’ evictions and expirations. Installation Instructions: Your New Relic license key is required to install and run a plugin. Enter your New Relic license key in your Redis Cloud console at the Account Info page (under the Account->Account Info menu entry). Note: if you are using the Redis Cloud add-on for PaaS, access the add-on's console via single sign-on from your platform's console. Click on the clipboard icon to quickly copy your license key. View Details
  • Null Riak Trend and monitor Riak server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAproxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PostgreSQL - PHP-FPM - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Samba The New Relic Samba Plugin enables monitoring Samba, and it reports the following data: - Amount of active Users - Amount of active Machines - Amount of open Files - Amount of open Files per User (Average) Please follow the link below for installation instructions! View Details
  • Null Sidekiq Monitors Sidekiq, a library for processing background jobs, reporting the following data for multiple specified instances: * Processed jobs per second * Failed jobs per second * Worker count * Enqueued jobs count * Scheduled jobs count * Retry jobs count Taken, edited and published, with permission from https://github.com/mscifo/newrelic_sidekiq_agent View Details
  • Null Sidekiq Monitors Sidekiq, a library for processing background jobs, reporting the following data for multiple specified instances: * Number of working workers * Pending jobs number * Total failed jobs number * Number of workers * Number of processed jobs * Queues and the enqueued count Forked, edited and publish, with permission, from https://github.com/mscifo/newrelic_sidekiq_agent View Details
  • Null Sphinx Search Trend and monitor Sphinx Search server statistics using the Newrelic Sphinx plugin. The plugin agent polls numerous metrics, exported by Sphinx and submits the results to the New Relic platform. View Details
  • Null Storm Kafka # Description Monitor your kafka storm topologies. ---- # Installation This plugin can be installed with the New Relic Platform Installer (NPI). --- # Source Information on plugin source here --- # License Apache License, Version 2.0 ---- # Support Please open a ticket or send a pull request here https://github.com/ghais/newrelic_storm_kafka/issues ---- View Details
  • Null Takipi #Description Takipi detects all exceptions and log errors in your code, showing when, why and how often they occur. For each exception or error you can jump directly into the source code and variables value which caused it - right as if you were there when it happened. Using the plugin you can see - **New exceptions** - the newest exceptions in your code (both caught and uncaught) including when they first started happening. **Top exceptions** - showing the 10 most recurring caught / uncaught exceptions in your application, and the number of times each happened in the selected timeframe. **Log errors** - the top locations in your code logging errors and the number of errors logged by each in the selected timeframe. Every exception or error is assigned a URL from which you can jump directly into the recorded source code and variables. #Installing To get going simply install Takipi on your New Relic monitored server and Takipi will add the data to your NewRelic dashboard. Installation takes less than a minute, overhead is is less 2%, and no configuration is required. View Details
  • Null Terracotta # Description This plug-in makes use of New Relic’s v1.0 RESTful metric publishing API (at https://platform-api.newrelic.com/platform/v1/metrics) to push metrics from a running Terracotta Server Array (TSA). ---- # Requirements • Have Terracotta New Relic plug-in release archive (tc-nr-plugin-2.0.0.tar.gz) • Java Run-time Environment 1.6+ is installed • $JAVA_HOME is defined • Terracotta 4.1.3 is installed • Can connect to the TSA’s TMC • OS user ‘terracotta’ exists • OS user used for installation has sudo privileges • Keystore / Truststore exists for TMC • NewRelic user account license key ---- # Installation See https://github.com/Terracotta-OSS/terracotta-newrelic-plugin/blob/master/Terracotta%20NR%20plug-in%20Installation%20v2.0.0.docx. --- # Source Available at https://github.com/Terracotta-OSS/terracotta-newrelic-plugin. --- # License See https://github.com/Terracotta-OSS/terracotta-newrelic-plugin/blob/master/LICENSE. ---- # Support Not supported by Software AG. Software is provided as-is. ---- View Details
  • Null twemproxy This plugin provides insights from the statistics exposed by Twemproxy. Please see the readme file for installation instructions: https://github.com/schoology/twemproxy_nr_plugin View Details
  • Null Twilio Agent Delight your customers with awesome Customer Support. This Twilio plugin has no dependencies and deploys and runs on the Iron.io platform. It's free and tracks: - Today spends split by SMSs / calls - Today usage (SMS and calls) - Total number of SMSs and calls ## How to Use the Agent 1. Click "Continue" below 1. Enter New Relic license key 1. Enter Twilio SID and auth token. 1. Click "Start Agent". That's it! Twilio metrics will be uploaded into the New Relic Platform on a continual basis. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ### Powered by Iron.io Iron.io is used to power the Twilio plugin. New Relic plugins that pull data from API services require scheduling and processing to extract data from the service API, transform it, and place it into New Relic. Iron.io's IronWorker service can be used via a free plan to power this plugin, providing a seamless and virtually serverless way to pull data from Twilio and upload to New Relic. ### Plugin Support Plugin operation, support, and troubleshooting provided by Iron.io. Contact Iron.io for information on this plugin or on powering other plugins. (Note, please verify your account to gain additional free compute hours per month.) ### About Iron.io Iron.io is the maker of IronMQ, a scalable cloud-based message queue, and IronWorker, an elastic task queue/worker service. Iron.io's services are designed for building distributed cloud applications quickly and operating at scale. The services are easy to use, highly available, and require no setup and no ops. Reduce complexity, build to scale, get Iron. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – ## New Relic Credentials View Details
  • Null UWSGI Trend and monitor uWSGI server statistics using the MeetMe plugin. The MeetMe plugin agent polls numerous supported backend systems and submits the results to the New Relic platform. Currently supported backend systems are: - Alternatice PHP Cache - Apache HTTP Server - CouchDB - Elasticsearch - HAProxy - Memcached - MongoDB - Nginx - pgBouncer - PHP FPM - PostgreSQL - RabbitMQ - Redis - Riak - uWSGI ###Installation Instructions Install via the Python Package Index or click the *Download* button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/MeetMe/newrelic-plugin-agent#installation-instructions View Details
  • Null Varnish Monitor Varnish statistics using the 3legs plugin. See hit rates, client and backend connections, and system status (thread and memory usage) and more! As of now, this is the only Varnish plugin that supports connecting to a remote varnish instance, and thus, you can install it wherever you want (you are not forced to have it running in the same server as the varnish service) ##Installation Instructions Click the Download button below, then follow the directions in the README at https://github.com/threelegs/newrelic-plugins View Details
  • Null vFabric Web Server Monitor your vFabric Web Server in New Relic. This plugin also works with mod_bmx. vFabric Web Server is the HTTP server and load-balancing component of the vFabric Suite, a proven runtime platform for Spring applications. vFabric Web Server is based on the popular Apache web server, providing a familiar, proven foundation for your web tier. But unlike Apache, vFabric Web Server is pre-compiled, pre-configured and pre-patched, which reduces deployment times from a typical 3 days to 30 minutes. ### Support Plugin support and troubleshooting provided by Pivotal. View Details
  • Null Visual TruView For enterprises who have hybrid cloud applications, the Visual TruView plugin for New Relic is an agent that takes key data-center network infrastructure, and application performance information collected by TruView and delivers that data into a New Relic dashboard. The Visual TruView plugin provides key troubleshooting information to IT support organizations who are responsible for the application run-time and the application infrastructure on which it runs. This integration is especially useful for Application Support, Dev Ops, and Network Support teams who manage hybrid-cloud applications to help them more quickly pinpoint performance impairments that exist outside of their respective domains. View Details
  • Null VoltDB # VoltDB NewRelic Plugin Allows you to monitor VoltDB Cluster information such as. * Memory * Latency * Procedure Transaction Statistics * Table Statistics * Active Client Connections. ## To Install and run the plugin: * Download The VoltDB Enterprise Software from Download link. (Version 3.6 and onwards) * Extract and cd to VOLTDB_HOME/tools/monitoring/newrelic/ directory * Copy config/template_newrelic.properties as config/newrelic.properties and place your license key for newrelic here. * Copy config/template_com.voltdb.database.VoltDB.json to config/com.voltdb.database.VoltDB.json and edit your list of servers and group them according to your deployments. You can monitor as many clusters as you can from a single newrelic agent. Specify all servers for "servers" property and add "port" property if you are not using standard client port 21212. * Copy config/template_logging.properties to config/logging.properties and modify as needed. (Optional) * Run voltdb-newrelic * Login to your newrelic account and see plugin data in VoltDB * Configure Alerts. (Optional) VoltDB solves this critical velocity problem. It is an in-memory relational database that combines high-velocity data ingestion, massive scalability, and real-time analytics and decisioning to enable organizations to unleash a new generation of applications that act on data at its point of maximum value. Organizations in markets ranging from financial services and media, to energy and telecommunications, use VoltDB to narrow the “ingestion-to-decision” gap from minutes, or even hours, to milliseconds. That, in any line of work, is a big deal. Thank you for chosing VoltDB View Details
  • Null Wikipedia (Example) - .NET # New Relic Wikipedia Example Plugin - .NET # Description Try out the New Relic Platform with this example plugin which captures the total number and rate at which new articles are being published to Wikipedia in English, French and German. ---- # Introducing the New Relic Platform .NET SDK Check out this plugin to see an example of how to work with the new New Relic Platform .NET SDK. Learn more here: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_dotnet_sdk. ---- # Requirements To use this plugin, you must have: * A New Relic account. Signup for a free account at http://newrelic.com * .NET 3.5 Client Profile or better ---- # Installation information ## New Relic Platform Installer The New Relic Platform Installer (NPI) is a simple, lightweight command line tool that helps you easily download, configure and manage New Relic Platform Plugins and the recommended way of installing this plugin. To install the plugin via NPI, scroll to the 'Installation' section below. If you're interested in learning more simply go to our forum category (https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-installer). ## Alternative Installation Options - Manual Install (Non-Standard) To learn more about alternate options for installing this plugin, check out the Plugin's README file on Github: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_dotnet_wikipedia_plugin#installation --- # Source Additional information regarding this plugin can be located in the README file on its Github project page: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_dotnet_wikipedia_plugin --- # License The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's Wikipedia plugin is offered under the MIT license. ---- # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- View Details
  • Null Wikipedia (Example) - Java # New Relic Wikipedia Example Plugin - Java # Description Try out the New Relic Platform with this example plugin which captures the total number and rate at which new articles are being published to Wikipedia in English, French and German. ---- # What's new in V2? This plugin has been upgraded to V2 of the New Relic Platform Java SDK. For version 2 of the Java SDK, we have made several changes to help make the installation experience more uniform for plugins. The changes include: * 'newrelic.properties' file is now 'newrelic.json' * Plugin configuration is now done through the 'plugin.json' file * Logging has been made more robust and easier to use. * Jar distributables now have a well-defined name (i.e. plugin.jar) * Configuration files are now located in a well-defined location (i.e. './config' off the root) More information on these changes (including how to configure logging, license keys, and the plugin itself) can be found here: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/metrics_publish_java/tree/serened/beta_branch_v2. If you have any feedback, please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our forums here: https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-sdk-beta. ---- # Requirements To use this plugin, you must have: * A New Relic account. Signup for a free account at http://newrelic.com * A configured Java Runtime (JRE) environment Version 1.6 or better ---- # Installation information ## New Relic Platform Installer The New Relic Platform Installer (NPI) is a simple, lightweight command line tool that helps you easily download, configure and manage New Relic Platform Plugins and the recommended way of installing this plugin. To install the plugin via NPI, scroll to the 'Installation' section below. If you're interested in learning more simply go to our forum category (https://discuss.newrelic.com/category/platform-plugins/platform-installer). ## Alternative Installation Options - Manual Install (Non-Standard) - Installation via Chef/Puppet To learn more about alternate options for installing this plugin, check out the Plugin's README file on Github: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_java_wikipedia_plugin#installation --- # Source Additional information regarding this plugin can be located in the README file on its Github project page: https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_java_wikipedia_plugin --- # License The source code is available on GitHub for full review. New Relic's Wikipedia plugin is offered under the MIT license. ---- # Support Plugin support or troubleshooting assistance is available by clicking the "Support site" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, or go directly to support.newrelic.com. ---- View Details
  • Null Windows Events **Monitor your Windows Events in New Relic using Sumo Logic** Sumo Logic allows you to collect, analyze, and visualize the valuable information in your Windows Events logs, including events related to performance, access, security, applications, and more. In addition, for end-to-end visibility into your application performance, Sumo Logic enables you to correlate Windows Events with metrics and data from across your entire application and IT environment. The Sumo Logic plugin periodically polls the Sumo Logic service to monitor Windows Events, allowing you to monitor all data relevant to application performance in one place. #Requirements To use this plugin you’ll need a Sumo Logic Free or Enterprise account. Get a free Sumo Logic account at https://www.sumologic.com/signup/ #Installation information To install the plugin, click the button. To learn more about how plugins integrate Sumo Logic and New Relic, click here: https://support.sumologic.com/entries/24978436-New-Relic-plugin-for-Windows View Details
  • Null ZFS Pools The newrelic_zfs_plugin is a plugin agent that allows the monitoring of ZFS pools using the Newrelic platform. It returns the information exposed by the 'zpool list' command and provides some basic summary metrics. The key feature is that it allows alerts to be sent when a pool is degraded or offline, or when a pool is running out of capacity View Details

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