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New Relic Consumption Pricing: Get More Value for Your Money

Learn how the New Relic One observability platform delivers consumption pricing that provides more value for money than host-based pricing.

8 min read

Manav Khurana

Letgo Boosts Observability Strategy With New Relic One

Learn how letgo migrated from a traditional ELK Stack to New Relic One for observability and faster error resolution at scale.

3 min read

Rachel Siemens

Nerdlog Roundup: Detect Patterns, Parse, Use Guided Install for Logs

Logs include essential details about your application. Log management helps find patterns, organize, troubleshoot, and get insight into your entire stack.

5 min read

Dayna Lord

All Your Logs One Click Away, in Context, Fast and Affordable

Learn about the latest log management innovations available today, including the ability to detect patterns and outliers in log data, intuitive analytics, and more.

3 min read

Elyssa Christensen

Nerdlog Roundup: An Improved Logs UI, and New Heroku Integration

New Relic Logs UI is now easier to use, and uses Heroku log drains to bring in syslog data.

5 min read

Nočnica Fee

4 Ways to Manage PII in Your Log Pipeline

Every digital business needs to manage personally identifiable information (PII). Here's how to keep it out of your log pipeline.

8 min read

Jim Hagan

Nerdlog Roundup: OpenTelemetry, Real User Monitoring, Data Dropping, and Logs

Our second Nerdlog episode covers everything you need to know about OpenTelemetry, real user monitoring, data dropping, logs, and more.

4 min read

Dayna Lord

Agentless Syslog Onboarding for New Relic Log Management

Get an overview of syslog, syslog-ng, and rsyslog, and see you how you can begin sending log data today with just a few simple steps.

7 min read

Mike Neville-O’Neill

Ingest AWS Lambda Logs Directly to Reduce Cloud Spend

Learn how to send your AWS Lambda function logs directly to New Relic One to reduce Amazon CloudWatch costs without impacting observability.

3 min read

Matt Whelan

Four Security Use Cases for New Relic Logs

… platforms, such as SQL databases, Redis clusters, Kafka clusters, and …

8 min read

Jim Hagan

Leverage Our Lambda Runtime Logs API Integration for Better Serverless Observability

Reduce serverless observability challenges and bring real insight into the functioning of your AWS Lambda-based applications.

3 min read

Nočnica Fee

How to Set Up Windows Event Log Support

Learn about how you can forward Windows Events for log management in New Relic One’s Telemetry Data Platform.

3 min read

Jo Lenis

Three Ways To Forward Logs From Amazon ECS To New Relic

Log data is an important part of observability. If you're running applications in Amazon ECS, learn how to forward logs to New Relic

4 min read

Mike Neville-O’Neill

How to Parse Logs with Grok Patterns In New Relic

We’ve demystified the strange world of Grok parsing and brought it to Logs in Context.

7 min read

Jim Hagan

Reduce MTTR With Recent Innovations in New Relic Logs

We’ve added some essential capabilities to New Relic Logs to help you eliminate toil and speed troubleshooting

6 min read

Julian Giuca

Pros and Cons of Five Enterprise-Ready Log Forwarding Patterns

Reduce fragility in your logging pipeline with one of these patterns for log forwarding

14 min read

Jim Hagan

Announcing New Relic Logs Integration With Vector

Vector is an observability data router that can send metrics and logs from tools like StatsD and Syslog directly to New Relic.

4 min read

Ashley Jeffs

How To Set Up Logs In Context For A Java Application Running In Kubernetes

Logs in context brings contextual data to the logging experience. Here’s how it works for a Java app hosted in Kubernetes.

7 min read

Alec Isaacson

New Relic Logs Update: Announcing Logs in Context for All New Relic Agents

Use logs in context to link your log data to applications, errors, and distributed tracing in New Relic to quickly identify meaningful trends in your data.

5 min read

Rebecca Holzschuh

New Relic Logs for AWS FireLens: Custom Log Routing for Amazon ECS Clusters

New Relic Logs for Firelens provides a faster and more efficient way for New Relic customers to access, manage, and work with ECS log data.

4 min read

Spencer Taylor

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