HTTPRouter Golang complete monitoring quickstart provides enhanced visibility while enabling browser monitoring, distributed tracing, synthetic transaction tracing, and more.

What's included?

HTTPRouter quickstart contains 1 dashboard. These interactive visualizations let you easily explore your data, understand context, and resolve problems faster.
HTTPRouter observability quickstart contains 4 alerts. These alerts detect changes in key performance metrics. Integrate these alerts with your favorite tools (like Slack, PagerDuty, etc.) and New Relic will let you know when something needs your attention.
High CPU Utilization
This alert is triggered when the CPU Utilization is above 90%.
Apdex Score
This alert is triggered when the Apdex score is below 0.5 for 5 minutes
Transaction Errors
This alert is triggered when the the transactions fail more than 10% of the time in 5 minutes.
Memory Usage
This alert is triggered when Memory usage is above 90%
HTTPRouter observability quickstart contains 1 documentation reference. This is how you'll get your data into New Relic.

HTTPRouter and Golang| complete monitoring quickstart

HTTPRouter Golang monitoring provides a new level of application visibility. The Golong-based HTTPRouter also focuses on performance and light resource usage.

Monitoring HTTPRouter

New Relic’s HTTPRouter Golang monitoring quickstart helps development teams set up monitoring tools and dashboards to quickly identify and fix errors in their Golang applications. As a Golang developer, you can create custom queries, leverage user-related data to optimize processes, and share highly visual interactive displays of data.

New Relic and HTTPRouter features

Track Golang language apps and microservices with New Relic’s HTTPRouter and Golang monitoring quickstart, including throughput, transaction errors, and response times.

With a clear view into garbage collection behavior, memory usage, and CPU usage over time, your Golang development team can better understand your application’s runtime health. HTTPRouter infrastructure monitoring also provides a comprehensive view of host and server data.

Key features include:

  • Browser monitoring to track browser performance and usage
  • Cross-application tracing to monitor transactions between APM-monitored apps
  • Deployment markers for tracking code changes and overall impact on application health and performance
  • Distributed tracing to better understand how your services and microservices interact
  • Monitoring Goroutine counts for possible Goroutine leaks
  • Providing real-time alerting notifications for errors or problems before they impact users
  • Tracing asynchronous applications and creating segments in multiple Goroutines
  • Synthetic transaction tracing to connect requests from synthetic monitors to underlying APM transactions
  • Tracking important metrics by building custom dashboards

New Relic's complete monitoring quickstart helps Golang development teams set up monitoring tools and dashboards to minimize complexity and improve efficiency, and ensure uptime.

How to use this quickstart

  • Sign Up for a free New Relic account or Log In to your existing account.
  • Click the install button.
  • Install the quickstart to get started or improve how you monitor your environment. They're filled with pre-built resources like dashboards, instrumentation, and alerts.
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