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Automate your observability with New Relic

Take advantage of observability automation to ease your team’s workloads, allowing them to focus on more important work.

7 min read

Alex Schmid

Correlate OpenTelemetry traces, metrics, and logs with Kubernetes performance data

Learn how to use New Relic to correlate OpenTelemetry traces, metrics, and logs with Kubernetes performance data.

7 min read

Daniel Kim

FutureStack 2022 overview

Did you miss FutureStack? Read about the highlights from Bill Staples and other presenters.

5 min read

Michelle Scharlock

Introducing OpenTelemetry observability for Crystal

Learn how to add observability to your Crystal applications with OpenTelemetry and New Relic.

8 min read

Kirk Haines

Congratulations to the 2022 O11y Award winners

Learn about the New Relic customers recognized this year for innovation, impact, leadership, and excellence in observability.

4 min read

Jemiah Sius

FutureStack 2022: Recapping our latest announcements

Learn about the product announcements unveiled at FutureStack 2022, our ultimate customer conference for software engineers and developers.

19 min read

Anna Alfano

Upgrade your K8s monitoring experience

Our latest Kubernetes integration offers more configuration options, enhanced logs, and a reduced memory footprint.

7 min read

Paolo Gallina

Focusing on engineers and their success

New Relic has evolved, and our new brand has too. A new look and feel, voice and tone, tagline, logo, and website reflect our focus on software engineers.

3 min read

Greg Perotto

Tracing Kafka with OpenTelemetry

Learn how to implement open source distributed tracing in Kafka with OpenTelemetry and the otelsarama library.

10 min read

Daniel Kim

Level up your sprint planning with errors inbox

Learn how to use errors inbox to streamline and improve your sprint planning.

6 min read

Kirk Haines

Understand your network performance using curated interfaces

Try the new curated UI experiences for NPM that help you onboard faster and understand network performance without being a network expert.

3 min read

John Withers

Errors inbox supports OpenTelemetry

Errors inbox now supports OpenTelemetry. See errors in your services immediately, including stack trace, span event, and more.

1 min read

Medaliz Trelles

A sneak preview of FutureStack sessions

Get a sneak preview of the different tracks during FutureStack 2022 and talks by our own employees and much more.

3 min read

Michelle Scharlock

How video platform leader movingimage rightsizes Kubernetes containers

Frank Dornberger, DevSecOps team lead at movingimage, explains how the company rightsized its Kubernetes containers and shrunk allocated CPU resources, cutting cloud computing cost

4 min read

Frank Dornberger

View logs in context of APM data without any manual configuration

New Relic now offers logs in context with no manual configuration, making your logs more discoverable and easier to use for troubleshooting.

4 min read

Julian Giuca

Rotate your license keys with Python and the NerdGraph API

Rotate license keys in New Relic with Python and the NerdGraph API.

4 min read

Steve Ng

Building trustworthy fintech with consumer consent workflows

Measuring these workflows can help monitor customer experience and provide insights into how to communicate and build trust. This data can also be used to advocate for better quali

6 min read

Alex Clarkson

New Instant Observability integrations for monitoring API, network, application, and strea…

Learn about the latest partners contributing to making observability a daily habit to monitor API, network, app, and streaming performance.

5 min read

Louis Leung

Introducing our add-on for Amazon EKS Blueprints

Learn how to simplify deploying New Relic Kubernetes observability components in your Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) clusters.

1 min read

Brad Schmitt

John Withers

Monitoring CoreDNS with Prometheus and New Relic

Learn how to monitor CoreDNS in your Kubernetes clusters with Prometheus and New Relic.

5 min read

Daniel Kim

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