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Collaborate and fix errors quickly with Errors Inbox and workloads

Collaborate with teams to track and fix errors in your applications with New Relic Errors Inbox and workloads.

6 min read

Scott Sugimoto

Extend observability and code discussion to your IDE with New Relic CodeStream

New Relic CodeStream is a developer collaboration platform that brings observability into your IDE through integrations with essential dev tools like GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Sla

4 min read

Rachel Siemens, Principal Product Marketing Manager

CodeStream joins New Relic, delivering observability for every developer

CodeStream is now part of New Relic One to help developers collaborate on and debug issues right from their IDE.

Why you need to monitor the four golden signals

Learn about the four golden signals of application performance monitoring, why it’s essential to monitor them, and how to monitor them in New Relic One.

6 min read

Franz Knupfer

Insights in minutes: New Relic Instant Observability

Get instant observability with quickstarts for the technologies that matter most to you, right at your fingertips. Instrument and monitor your apps, databases, and servers in minut

9 min read

Louis Leung

Test full user journeys with this no-code synthetic monitoring solution

Use New Relic’s synthetic monitoring to create a no-code continuous testing solution that simulates user behavior.

7 min read

Michelle Scharlock

How to send Alerts from New Relic One to Microsoft Teams

Learn how to send alerts directly from New Relic One to Microsoft Teams, making it easier to collaborate on and fix issues where your teams are working.

4 min read

Daniel Fitzgerald

Harnessing the power of open source Prometheus metrics in New Relic

Learn how to send open source Prometheus metrics to New Relic One, use PromQL-style queries, and send alerts based on your Prometheus metrics.

12 min read

Franz Knupfer

Best practices for optimizing build times for Gatsby applications

Learn how to use telemetry data to optimize build times for Gatsby websites. Popular with developers who build and deploy websites using the Jamstack architecture, Gatsby builds yo

6 min read

Daniel Kim

Monitor the security of your AWS environment with GuardDuty, CloudTrail, and New Relic One

Learn how to send notifications from AWS GuardDuty to New Relic in just a few minutes.

5 min read

Daniel Fitzgerald

Data-driven observability: A modern approach to developing better software

Learn about insights from the 2021 Observability Forecast that demonstrate how achieving end-to-end, data-driven observability is more important than ever for software engineering

3 min read

Greg Perotto

How to measure Jamstack application performance

This blog post walks through how to measure performance for a Jamstack application. You learn how to set up an application on Netlify, how to measure your application traffic, and

10 min read

Chris Sean

Integrate Slack and APM with New Relic Errors Inbox

Triage grouped errors in New Relic One’s APM UI and integrate Errors Inbox with Slack to quickly triage and resolve errors.

6 min read

Scott Sugimoto

Empower your engineers with a data-driven approach

Plan, build, deploy, and run better software with a data-driven approach, leading to direct benefits for your products, teams, and bottom line.

6 min read

Ron Crocker

Structured logging in Python

Add structure to your Python logs, making it easier to extract meaningful information from telemetry data.

9 min read

Aaron Bassett

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, Chief Growth Officer

Ship performance data from Gatsby builds using OpenTelemetry

Sometimes the build process for Jamstack applications can feel like navigating a maze. Learn how to collect OpenTelemetry trace data while building a Gatsby site.

7 min read

Ruairi Douglas

Daniel Kim

Network Performance Monitoring Is now available in New Relic One

New Relic’s Network Performance Monitoring allows you to analyze network data alongside your other observability data for a holistic understanding of your system performance, eli

4 min read

John Withers

Understand OpenTelemetry Part 5: Use the Collector and visualize data

The final part of our 5-part Understand OpenTelemetry blog series shows how you can use the Collector to ingest data into New Relic and visualize it.

4 min read

Jack Berg

Understand OpenTelemetry Part 4: Instrument a Java app with OpenTelemetry

The fourth part of our Understand OpenTelemetry blog series shows how to instrument a sample Java application with OpenTelemetry.

6 min read

Jack Berg

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