New Relic Instant Observability (I/O) is an open ecosystem of free, pre-built quickstarts that help you start monitoring your stacks in minutes without manual setup. Within New Relic I/O, you can find more than 450 quickstarts that bundle necessary building blocks for instrumenting, monitoring, and acting on signals from your telemetry data from the technologies you rely on, such as Java, .NET, and Laravel.
In addition to quickstarts for integrations with popular cloud services, tools, and open standards, leading enterprise software partners also contributed their own integrations and quickstarts to New Relic I/O, making it easy to visualize, monitor, and act on all your data in a single platform.
The latest cohort of partners contributing to making observability a daily habit for engineers spans across CI/CD platforms, integration platforms, data analysis, and agile project management.
New partner integrations
We’re proud to announce new integrations and quickstarts with the following partners:
- Mule ESB
- Atlassian Jira for Errors Inbox
The next sections describe what you can do with these new quickstarts.
Instant observability for CI/CD
The world’s best software teams use CircleCI to deliver quality code with confidence. As a leading continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) platform, CircleCI empowers engineers to seamlessly take ideas to execution, at scale. Every feature of the platform is built to fine-tune the entire development process from start to finish. With the CircleCI quickstart, you can view analytical data about your CircleCI jobs within the New Relic dashboard to gain visibility into the performance and health of your continuous integration and deployment pipelines.
Platform developers love Netlify for building highly-performant and dynamic websites, e-commerce stores, and applications. By uniting an extensive ecosystem of technologies, services, and APIs into one workflow, Netlify unlocks new levels of team productivity, while saving time, money, and the planet. As a pioneer of the Jamstack movement, Netlify brings together all modern web frameworks, serverless functions, and edge computing into one platform to deliver unmatched experiences for your application users. The Netlify quickstart is the fastest way to explore data from the Netlify plugin, allowing you to get a detailed view of web application traffic, page rendering, and deployment statistics.
Learn more about the New Relic Netlify plugin to jumpstart your Jamstack monitoring, or watch this tutorial:
ReleaseIQ is transforming software delivery with an enterprise DevOps platform that empowers enterprises to meet escalating product velocity demands by simply and reliably accelerating software release processes with integrated, end-to-end orchestration, visibility, and intelligent insights. With the ReleaseIQ quickstart, you can integrate New Relic One observability data with the release pipeline to take action as needed, and see the status of releases directly from New Relic One. This integration accelerates software releases, increases quality, and boosts team efficiency.
Instant observability for integration platforms
Mule ESB is a lightweight Java-based enterprise service bus (ESB). You can connect multiple applications together by exchanging data in different formats. The Mule ESB quickstart automatically instruments Mule ESB with the New Relic Java agent so you can instantly monitor the application with pre-built dashboards and alerts for transactions, errors, and VM metrics.
Instant observability for data analytics
Databricks is a unified analytics platform on top of Apache Spark that accelerates innovation by unifying data science, engineering and business. With fully managed Spark clusters in the cloud, you can easily provision clusters with just a few clicks. The Databricks integration quickstart lets you instantly monitor Databricks Spark applications with the New Relic integration for Apache Spark. The integration provides a script run in a notebook to generate an installation script, which you can attach to a cluster and populate Spark metrics to events in New Relic One. Easily track the health of your Databricks clusters, fine-tune your Spark jobs for peak performance, and troubleshoot problems with this quickstart.
Instant observability for agile project management
Jira Cloud helps teams plan, assign, track, report, and manage work and brings teams together for everything from agile software development and customer support to start-ups and enterprises. The Atlassian Jira for Errors Inbox quickstart connects New Relic One errors inbox to Jira, allowing for faster collaboration and resolution. You can use Jira templates to quickly create a ticket containing error details and link directly to the stack trace and APM in New Relic One for quick access and resolution.
Learn more about the integration in this Nerdlog walkthrough:
- Curious about quickstarts? Watch the walk-through video for Installing Your First Quickstart From New Relic I/O.
- Interested in becoming a technology partner? Learn more about New Relic Technology Partners and request to join the partner network.
- Read the New Relic I/O announcement. Review our previous cohort of partner quickstarts.
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