In traditional IT monitoring, you were responsible for managing and maintaining your own resources—whether they’re on-prem servers or databases, caches or load balancers. But in today’s dynamic software environments, with managed cloud services and functions, the number of resources you’re responsible for operating has been reduced—and “serverless” computing is just another extension of this new world.
Instrumentation should be painless
Our cloud-based platform does for your monitoring what serverless is doing for your development and operations processes. It’s easy to instrument all your resources and services in minutes, trace transactions from end to end, then start querying, analyzing, and receiving intelligent alerts for what’s happening throughout your environment.
By instrumenting everything in your dynamic environment, you can measure (and optimize) the amount of work your workloads are doing.
Understand and correlate every interaction on a request’s journey through the code and dependent services, so you can quickly locate, identify, and debug bottlenecks.
Analytics, applied intelligence, and alerting
With intelligent capabilities, you can explore the data, have correlations automatically surfaced, and reduce alert noise.
Know your workloads with New Relic serverless monitoring
From frontend applications to backend infrastructure, understand what’s happening in your serverless architecture—so you can boost stability, allocate resources intelligently, and optimize your cloud spend.