Suppose you’re ready to showcase and validate your knowledge of programmability, including adding custom visualizations, requesting external data, and building on New Relic One. In that case, a new observability specialist certification course will help you meet your goals.
What is it?
The New Relic programmability certification validates your expertise in extending New Relic One so that you can highlight your in-demand observability skill set to your organization. This certification program assumes you already have existing knowledge of React, Git, and GraphQL.
After completing the apps course, you'll be able to:
- Describe what programmability means in the context of New Relic and other software platforms.
- Explain what a New Relic One application is and why you would build one.
- Describe the New Relic One SDK's component library and CLI uses.
- Create a New Relic One application from scratch.
- Deploy a New Relic One application.
- Find and add an existing New Relic One application from the open source catalog.
After completing the custom visualization course, you’ll be able to:
- Create a new custom visualization and run it locally.
- Deploy a custom visualization to the New Relic One Catalog.
- Understand custom visualization permissions.
- Define props to customize your visualization to meet your needs.
- Quickly test and iterate on visualization code changes in custom visualizations.
- Add custom visualization to dashboards.
Why does it matter?
We designed the New Relic programmability certification course for you—engineers and developers who already have a foundational knowledge of New Relic fundamentals—and want to validate your New Relic One expertise.
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