DevOps tools done right

New Relic delivers trusted and integrated data for every stage of your DevOps journey. From your infrastructure health to application changes, using New Relic as part of your DevOps toolset enables increased organizational agility and speed that is measurable.

And that’s the key. DevOps practices don’t help if you aren’t measuring the impact to your systems and to your digital business. New Relic helps you make sure you’re doing DevOps the right way with detailed metrics and shared visibility for everyone.

If you are contemplating changing to a DevOps structure, it can help make your transition easier—and, ultimately, prove the success of the initiative. And if you are already running a DevOps environment, New Relic gives you the data you need to stay fast, intelligent, and innovative.

Your modern DevOps toolset

New Relic is just one of many important tools you’ll need for your DevOps efforts. Here are some of the DevOps tools that we use at New Relic and a few more worth mentioning.

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  • Virtualization Platforms - Uses software to abstract hardware and make it possible to run multiple applications at the same for more efficient use of compute resources.
  • VMware
  • KVM
  • Xen
  • VirtualBox
  • Vagrant
  • QEMU
  • Containerization - Wraps software in a complete filesystem that contains everything it needs to run to enable automated deployments and more reliable software.
  • Docker
  • rkt
  • LXC
  • Linux OS Installation - Performs unattended operating system installation and configuration.
  • Kickstart
  • Cobbler
  • Fai
  • Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code - Allows teams to declare and automate system configuration for better application manageability and IT productivity.
  • Puppet
  • Chef
  • Ansible
  • HashiCorp Terraform
  • AWS CloudFormation
  • Test and Build Systems - Facilitates continuous integration and continuous delivery by automating repeatable jobs as part of the software development process.
  • Solano Labs
  • Jenkins
  • Gradle
  • Application Deployment - Automates the process of making a new version of an application available on one or more web servers.
  • Capistrano
  • Monitoring, Alerting, and Trending - Allows digital teams to measure the impact of frequent release cycles across complex, dynamic IT environments.
  • New Relic
  • PagerDuty
  • VictorOps
  • Sensu
  • xMatters
  • Blue Medora
  • Logging - Provides an intuitive interface for analyzing machine-generated data for easier application-issue detection and resolution.
  • PaperTrail
  • Logstash
  • Loggly
  • Logentries
  • Splunk
  • Sumo Logic
  • Process Supervisors - Eases the management of operating system services.
  • Monit
  • runit
  • Supervisor
  • God
  • Blue Pill
  • Upstart
  • systemd
  • Security - Helps you keep your applications safe from threats even as you release faster and adopt new technologies.
  • Snorby Threat Stack
  • Snort
  • Veracode
  • Sqreen
  • Sonatype
  • Collaboration and Ticketing - Allows diverse DevOps teams to break down organizational silos through better, more transparent communication.
  • Slack
  • HipChat
  • JIRA
  • ServiceNow
  • Orchestration - Software systems that facilitate the automated management, scaling, discovery, and/or deployment of container-based applications or workloads.
  • Kubernetes
  • Apache Mesos, DC/OS
  • HashiCorp Atlas
  • Docker Swarm
  • AWS Elastic Container Service
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