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What can you ask New Relic Grok?
Root cause? Just ask New Relic Grok.
Simply ask what’s on your mind, such as, “Why is my cart not working?” New Relic Grok will analyze your telemetry data and software stack to give you the right insights, root causes, and resolutions.
Use plain language to craft queries.
Using OpenAI’s large language models (LLMs), New Relic Grok can translate human speak into queries, and query results into simple explanations. Now everyone, even execs, can be on the same page, in more than 50 languages.
Get AI-suggested code fixes.
New Relic Grok can automatically pinpoint code-level errors in the IDE and analyzes production telemetry, code snippets, and stack traces to prescribe a code fix.
Instrument, report, and admin like a pro.
Easily build a mature observability practice. New Relic Grok can help you automatically set up instrumentation and alerts, generate system health reports, and manage your account and users.
Learn more about New Relic Grok.
New Relic Grok is deeply embedded into the New Relic all-in-one observability platform, which unifies your data, context, tools, and teams into one integrated experience.
The output quality of any generative AI solution improves with access to more data and higher-quality data. Combining OpenAI’s large language models (LLMs) with the breadth of our unified-telemetry data platform ensures higher-quality AI responses and faster learning for the AI.
Plus, thanks to our 30+ capabilities sharing a single database, New Relic Grok can approach a problem from myriad angles.
New Relic Grok is now in preview! Customers who request early access to New Relic Grok will be added into the preview on a rolling basis. Please note that we cannot guarantee specific dates for when you will get access and when features will be available for preview (expect different features to roll out throughout the rest of CY2023). During preview, New Relic Grok is itself free to all participants; final pricing for New Relic Grok will be determined at GA (general availability).
Grok means “to understand profoundly and intuitively.” Coined in 1961, the term grok has been adapted by technologists in a multitude of different ways. Grok’s definition makes it the perfect candidate to convey New Relic’s mission to make observability accessible to all, enabling anyone to gain insight into a system’s state by asking straightforward questions.
New Relic Grok makes observability accessible to all engineers. Because New Relic Grok relies on plain language inputs (in more than 50 languages), a user doesn’t need to know how to write a query to gather data for them.
Here are some things New Relic Grok can do for you:
- Developers and QA: Pinpoint errors down to the line of code in the IDE, get a clear explanation of them, and see suggested fixes.
- DevOps engineers: Get a report on the impacts of recent changes, so you can monitor directional changes.
- SecOps: Instantly surface new security vulnerabilities and help correlate them to recent changes.
- Product: See high-level system status report and identify opportunities for improving end-user experience.
- Support: Quickly gather insights about recent anomalies and issues.
- New Relic admins: Get help managing users, data-retention rules, monitor ingest, and more.
- Executives: Keep a finger on the pulse of how every launch is going.
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