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The Azure Native New Relic Service is now generally available

With New Relic hosted in Microsoft Azure, store your telemetry data in Azure, onboard rapidly, and retire Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC) spend.

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Kevin Downs

How to deploy New Relic infrastructure using AWS CloudFormation

Use our walkthrough guide for deploying the New Relic infrastructure agent using AWS CloudFormation.

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Kevin Downs

Measuring performance across Amazon EC2 instances

Learn how to monitor Amazon EC2 performance across instances, along with the services and applications running on your EC2 instances.

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Franz Knupfer

Monitoring your AWS Lambda applications with New Relic

… Monitoring your AWS Lambda applications with New Relic … code school in Portland, Oregon. With AWS Lambda , you can run applications … servers. You set triggers that invoke AWS

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Franz Knupfer

10 common struggles with cloud-native infrastructure

Are you looking to transition to a cloud-based infrastructure? Here are the most common challenges with cloud-native architecture to look out for.

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Dayne Miller

See everything from Amazon CloudWatch Metric Streams in near real time

To get broader and deeper insights, learn how to detect and respond to operational events faster using Amazon CloudWatch Metric Streams and New Relic.

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Kevin Downs

Using Terraform to configure New Relic in the cloud

Learn how a new Terraform integration for New Relic can help you integrate with popular cloud providers like AWS, GCP, and Azure.

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Samuel Vandamme

New Relic announces support for Amazon VPC Flow Logs via Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose

Send Amazon VPC Flow Logs via Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose to reduce Amazon CloudWatch-related costs, and explore and navigate flow logs across your technology estate.

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Josh Biggley

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.

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Brad Schmitt

John Withers

Log monitoring for cloud-native architectures

Learn why log monitoring for cloud-native architectures requires an intelligent approach to achieve full-stack observability.

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Michelle Scharlock

CNCF Annual Survey Report Review: The state of cloud and Kubernetes

The CNCF Annual Survey Report contains much to be excited about - and even proud of - for cloud practitioners.

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Leon Adato

Full-stack observability for all engineers building on AWS

… for all engineers building on AWS nerd-life By Riya Shanmugam, GVP of … agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help bring data-driven … and infrastructure operations. Today at

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Riya Shanmugam

Explaining Kubernetes for developers who know how to code

Kubernetes is hard—We’re here to present it to you in a new light, specifically for developers. Learn why k8s can save you time.

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Ali Diamond

Integrate Amazon CloudWatch Metric Streams with Terraform

Use Terraform to automate your integration with New Relic and CloudWatch Metric Streams, including multi-region deployments.

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Joseph Jones-Vermillion

Managed services for Prometheus and Grafana: Scale without the overhead

With Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG), and Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP), you can use Prometheus and Grafana for infrastructure monitoring and visualization w

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James Stuckey

John Withers

What Is Cloud Native Observability?

Cloud native observability is required for efficient cloud computing. New Relic works with the CNCF to develop and maintain open source, cloud native tools.

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Lavanya Chockalingam

5 reasons you should build with New Relic

Whether you’re on day 0 or day 300, here are 5 things all AWS Activate startup founders and engineers should do to build and scale their ideas.

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John Kinmonth

Pixie is Now Available as Part of New Relic One

Get instant code-level visibility without code changes or redeploying. Auto-telemetry with Pixie is now GA, and you can get started with videos that walk through deploying, monitor

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John Withers

New Relic and Trend Micro Cloud One: Better Together

Build a complete cloud observability strategy with added visibility into your cloud security and compliance with Trend Micro Cloud One - Conformity. Learn about an integration with

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Rohit Kaul

Introducing New Relic for Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate

Monitor Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services containers from New Relic when you use Amazon Web Services Fargate as a serverless deployment platform.

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Mikel Angulo

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