New Relic, Inc., the SaaS-based cloud application performance management provider, today announced a new partnership with VM Farms Inc., the Operations-as-a-Service fully managed hosting company offering application management and scaling services. VM Farms customers receive New Relic Standard free of charge to monitor, troubleshoot, and tune their applications. Customers can now leverage New Relic’s application-level performance monitoring to ensure that their applications are always online and performing at the highest level of availability, all free of charge.
VM Farms is a fully managed cloud hosting provider whose Operations-as-a-Service offering includes application and server management services. All of which run on their fast, redundant infrastructure. VM Farms specializes in scaling large applications and providing all the necessary supporting services to ensure smooth operations. VM Farms white-glove full service treatment allows developers to concentrate on writing elegant code without having to worry about operating their systems.
"We at VM Farms are extremely excited to be partnering with a great company such as New Relic. Our company's mission is to keep our customers' applications online and performing," said Hany Fahim, Founder and CEO of VM Farms. "New Relic's application-level performance monitoring tool is second to none in the industry. Through our partnership, we are proud to bring New Relic Standard into the hands of all our valued customers to provide them with real-time performance metrics."
"New Relic and VM Farms share the belief that developers should be able to focus on building elegant, high-performing apps without having to worry about infrastructure and potential performance bottlenecks," said Bill Lapcevic, New Relic's vice-president of business development. "By coupling VM Farms’ operations management and New Relic's web performance management, we're helping developers get back to developing their products."
VM Farms customers can start using New Relic today. To get started, login to VM Farms and simply click on the ‘Get New Relic’ link in the navigation bar. Then fill out the required information and VM Farms will install and configure the New Relic agent with you. To learn more, visit https://newrelic.com/about/partners/vmfarms.