Dynamic Infrastructure Monitoring Completes New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform, the First, Best Place to Look to Understand Your Digital Business
Includes Native Support for Amazon Web Services Products and Docker Containers
SAN FRANCISCO — November 7, 2016 — Digital intelligence leader New Relic, Inc. (NYSE: NEWR) today launched New Relic Infrastructure, providing IT operations teams unprecedented visibility into the performance of their cloud and hybrid infrastructure and the related configuration changes to it. Available November 16, 2016, in conjunction with FutureStack, New Relic Infrastructure is a key component of the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform, a unified platform providing full-stack visibility and analytics that deliver actionable insights about your digital business, and is designed to scale to support your business growth.
Modern IT infrastructure is now very dynamic and software teams are constantly making changes to it and deploying on top of it. New Relic Infrastructure is designed to help operations teams handle these challenges and have greater control of these environments to:
- Move fast and deploy with confidence by correlating configuration changes with health metrics in real time. Powerful infrastructure-wide search across every host enables your team to find inconsistent configurations to detect and resolve issues quickly.
- Scale and adapt to diverse environments with any combination of cloud instances, microservices, containers, or traditional servers. Tag-driven dashboards and alerts scale with your dynamic infrastructure reducing administrative overhead.
- Gain full-stack visibility with the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform – a unified view from your infrastructure to application code performance to customer experience, in one seamless context. Correlate host health with your application metrics from New Relic APM and understand how your infrastructure performance impacts business metrics through New Relic Insights.
Two Editions with Flexible Cloud Pricing
New Relic Infrastructure Essentials and Professional are available under the company’s flexible and scalable cloud pricing model which is based on the size, number, and total time running for your instances. Both editions ship with native support for Amazon EC2 and Docker containers, enabling companies to migrate and optimize their cloud or hybrid infrastructure with confidence. New Relic Infrastructure Professional offers longer-term data retention and expanded monitoring functionality for popular Amazon Web Services (AWS) products including CloudFront, DynamoDB, EBS, Elasticache, Elastic Load Balancing, IAM, Kinesis, RDS, SNS, SQS, and VPC. Additional integrations will be available natively within New Relic Professional on an ongoing basis.
“IT operations teams are tasked with supporting more services that have short lifespans and dramatically increasing the number of code updates they push,” said Jim Gochee, chief product officer, New Relic. “New Relic Infrastructure gives modern operations teams unparalleled visibility of their dynamic infrastructure, eliminates silos, and brings teams together to quickly identify and resolve problem areas.“
“New Relic Infrastructure's extensive native support for AWS products provides full visibility across all our systems so we can understand everything and automate with confidence," said Anthony Mazzarella, associate director of software engineering at MLBAM. “For MLBAM, the biggest benefit of New Relic Infrastructure is that for the first time we can see our infrastructure summarized in a way that makes sense for both technical practitioners and non-technical business leaders.”
“New Relic Infrastructure extends the range of real time monitoring capabilities from applications to the systems they run on – CPU, memory and disk – providing visibility and alerting on key health metrics across dynamically changing infrastructures,” said Tim Grieser, program vice president, Enterprise System Management Software, IDC. “These new capabilities will help application owners and IT organizations alike to understand the experience users are receiving and with identifying and troubleshooting the root causes of slowdowns or outages – whether they occur in the application or the supporting infrastructure.”
Additional Resources and Availability
New Relic Infrastructure will be generally available beginning November 16, 2016 and launched at New Relic’s FutureStack conference. New Relic Infrastructure will be available in two versions, Essentials and Professional and pricing under New Relic’s cloud pricing model.
New Relic Infrastructure Professional will be available with a free 30-day trial. For additional information please visit https://newrelic.com/infrastructure.
New Relic will be hosting a series of webinars introducing New Relic Infrastructure and they open today for registration. Real-time Infrastructure Monitoring for Modern Ops Teams on November 18th is tailored for companies new to New Relic. For current New Relic APM customers, New Relic Infrastructure 101 will be held on November 18th and 21st.
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