Monitor your entire .NET environment
Resolve problems affecting the customer experience faster by easily identifying bottlenecks in your .NET applications and services.
- Build business-wide dashboards to keep apps running fast and healthy
- Understand distributed app and service dependencies using Service Maps
- Diagnose and solve issues in production with performance profiling
- Monitor apps running in private data centers, virtual private cloud, and public cloud as well as on-prem hosts, AWS EC2, Azure VMs, and Azure Cloud Services
- Compare the performance of your .NET apps before and after code deployments
Say goodbye to “cowboy” deployments
With observability across both existing .NET applications and new .NET Core services, you’ll have the peace of mind that the answers are here when you need them.
- Monitor .NET Framework and .NET Core side-by-side along with other languages and non-Microsoft components
- Auto-instrumentation gets teams up and running quickly with out-of-the-box observability, even across asynchronous services
- Real user monitoring lets you track page load times next to browser data
- Visualize .NET apps and the infrastructure they’re running on together in Health Map
- Get alerts for application errors and exceptions to fix problems before they affect users
Align your teams and your time
Easily spot the .NET apps and services that are negatively impacting your customer experience—and know how and where you should spend remediation efforts.
- Send detailed notifications to team members when errors arise before apps and services go down
- Pinpoint slow requests and create issue-tracking tickets that bundle stack traces with error details
- Easily identify and hand off problems between IT operations and engineering team members
- Discover ways to do more with less based on the insights you gain from real data
.NET monitoring across diverse environments
Web API v2
ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core
.NET Framework & Core
IIS & Kestrel
has us open.
We believe New Relic will be a fabulous tool for helping us migrate to the cloud successfully. We can use it to make sure we have a good performance baseline before the move and ensure that no issues pop up during the migration.Mark Holt, Chief Technology Officer, Trainline
Without New Relic, we would have to ‘cowboy deploy’ code without monitoring. New Relic helps us get the most value from Microsoft .NET Core 2.0.Richard Dyer, Senior Software Engineer, Bleacher Report
See transactions across external services and datastores
Install the New Relic agent
Check out our documentation for step-by-step guidance.
Compile and deploy your application
Check out additional instrumentation and start digging into your .NET performance data.