New Relic Announces Free Application Performance Management Available with HP Cloud Services
New Relic, Inc., the SaaS-based cloud application performance management provider, today announced its availability with HP Cloud Services, HP’s public cloud services available today as a public beta. As part of an agreement between HP and New Relic, customers of HP Cloud Services get New Relic Standard free of charge. Now, HP Cloud Services customers can use New Relic to monitor, troubleshoot and tune their next generation web applications.
"As more and more organizations migrate their business-critical applications to the cloud, it's critical that we partner with trusted leaders like HP to provide customers with effective tools for identifying and resolving potential application performance issues through the stack, from the end user down to the application line of code. Having this essential capability makes it easier for teams to ensure their apps are delivering the highest standard of application performance and availability," said Bill Lapcevic, Vice President of Business Development at New Relic.
Thousands of organizations depend on New Relic to keep their sites and applications fast and available, including customers 37signals, Groupon, Gilt Groupe, GitHub, Intuit, and Shopify. Whether developing applications in Ruby, PHP, Python, Java or .NET, developers turn to New Relic to get immediate insight from the end user's behavior, through servers, and down to the line of code.
New Relic is available now with HP Cloud Services. To sign up or learn more, visit https://newrelic.com/about/partners/hpcloud.
About New Relic
The world’s best engineering teams rely on New Relic to visualize, analyze, and troubleshoot their software. New Relic One is the most powerful cloud-based observability platform built to help organizations create more perfect software. Learn why developers trust New Relic for improved uptime and performance, greater scale and efficiency, and accelerated time to market at newrelic.com.
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