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APM with Distributed Tracing
Instantly detect anomalies, discover root cause, and optimize performance for any application. Whether microservices or monoliths, containers or VMs, cloud or data center, New Relic APM lets you deploy, monitor and scale services quickly and confidently.
Get system-wide infrastructure visibility—together with application performance and real-user monitoring—all in one place. Quickly pinpoint issues across all of your cloud and on-prem systems, determine impact, and identify root causes.
Kubernetes Monitoring with Pixie
Understand the performance of your Kubernetes services and workloads in five minutes or less. Analyze cluster data without sampling, debug problems faster, and get code-level insights with our dev-focused workflow for all of your containerized applications.
Get correlated log data for all of your apps, infrastructure, and network devices—without the manual configuration. Quickly and affordably collect, search, and correlate detailed logs for faster troubleshooting, anomaly detection, and deep analysis.
Errors inbox is a single place to proactively detect, triage, and take action on all the errors before they impact customers. Get to the root cause faster with full error details, including stack traces, and receive alerts whenever a critical, customer-impacting error arises.
Real-User Monitoring for Browser
Optimize your end-user experience with the world’s most deployed RUM solution. Benchmark and receive alerts on page performance with Google Core Web Vitals metrics like load performance, responsiveness, and layout stability to quickly identify problems impacting your web experience.
Real-User Monitoring for Mobile
Go beyond basic crash reporting for your mobile apps. Get full-stack visibility and alerts to scope and remedy crashes, improve speed, and understand the impact of frontend and backend performance on your end-users with mobile app monitoring on New Relic.
Easily simulate user traffic to proactively detect and resolve outages and poor performance across your websites, API endpoints, and critical transactions before your customers notice. Add synthetic monitoring into build automation and CI/CD pipelines to automatically track performance and check functionality for each deployment.
Quickly determine if your network is impacting performance with complete visibility into all of your network, app, infrastructure, and digital experiences on a single platform. Automatically discover anomalies based on your network’s golden signals—before they become problems—so you can take action before it impacts your customers.
See error details and telemetry data directly in your IDE so you can plan, review, and debug code faster with your team. Go from New Relic to your IDE in a single click, prioritize tasks and feedback requests through integrations with Jira, Trello, Github, Asana, and more, and collaborate in your IDE or via Slack, Microsoft Teams, and email integrations.
Alerts and AIOps
Stay on top of your application and system performance with actionable alerts to catch problems before they turn critical. Reduce noise and resolve issues faster with correlation, enrichment, and automatic root cause analysis. Easily send alerts notifications to Jira, ServiceNow, Slack, PagerDuty, AWS EventBridge and more.
470+ Built-in Integrations
Monitor everything in your stack with integrations to all of your most important cloud services, frameworks, CI/CD tools, collaboration tools, and more. Use our collection of pre-built quickstarts to start monitoring like a pro right out of the box
Monitor your serverless applications from AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud, and more. Visualize, debug, and alert on all your functions in a single place to reduce MTTD and MTTR, and instantly explore invocation metrics, events, logs, and traces so you can deliver with confidence.
Model performance monitoring provides data scientists and MLOPs practitioners visibility into the performance of their machine-learning applications by monitoring the behavior and effectiveness of models in production. It also improves collaboration with DevOps teams, feeding into a continuous process of development, testing, and operational monitoring.your serverless applications from AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud, and more.
Easily ingest, visualize, and alert on all of your applications instrumented with OpenTelemetry. Our native support for the OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP) makes it easier to ingest your data with SDKs or through the OpenTelemetry Collector to provide scale in a vendor-neutral way.
Understand system health at a glance, detect changes, and get answers faster with one place to view all your telemetry data across your entire stack. New Relic Explorer shows relationships and dependencies across your system, so you can track down issues, pinpoint root causes, and get answers faster.
Yes, we offer one of the most generous free tiers in the industry so you get the same cloud-based observability used by the best software teams in the world.
Our free tier includes:
- 1 free full platform user to visualize, analyze, & troubleshoot your entire stack. Includes APM, infrastructure monitoring with Pixie, errors inbox, digital experience monitoring (browser, mobile, and synthetics), advanced logs capabilities, serverless monitoring, AIOps, and more.
- 100 GB free data ingest per month.
- Unlimited free basic users with access to data ingest, querying, dashboards, and alerts.
- Default data retention of 8 days and up.
For the New Relic One pricing model, “ingested data” refers to the data saved to New Relic by your organization after we apply various data trimming and data transformation rules. In other words, it’s not the amount of raw data sent to New Relic, but the size of the data that actually ends up being stored. Here are some notes about New Relic features and data that do not count towards ingest and billing: Basic alerting functionality doesn't count towards billing. Applied intelligence data reported from third-party services counts towards billing but internally generated data (for example, NrIncidentEvent data) does not. Golden metrics don't count towards billing. (For details about how those are defined, see our entity definitions). Usage-tracking data (for example, NrUsage, NrMTDConsumption, NrConsumption) doesn't count towards billing. Data related to organization and account administration (for example, NrIntegrationError, NrAuditEvent) doesn't count towards billing.
Unlike our competitors, we don't charge egress or data hydration. All your data is indexed and ready to SQL.
Starting at $99 per user, full platform users can monitor, debug, and improve their entire stack with access to our full platform, including APM with distributed tracing, infrastructure monitoring with Pixie, digital experience monitoring (browser, mobile, and synthetics), and more. Ideal for engineers responsible for uptime and reliability for apps and systems, or any engineer who needs advanced troubleshooting capabilities.
Starting at $49 per user, core users can access telemetry data in their IDE via the New Relic CodeStream integration, error tracking, logs, and more. Ideal for developers who want visibility into how their code performs across production and pre-production environments or who collaborate on issues with DevOps and SRE teams.
Unlimited free basic users get access to custom dashboards, unlimited queries, alerts, and instrumentation. Ideal for PMs, engineers, and executives who need shared performance dashboards or alert-status visibility.
Learn more about New Relic user types.
Customers on New Relic Pro and Enterprise editions can choose between our original data plan ($0.30/GB beyond the 100 GB free each month) and Data Plus ($0.50/GB beyond the 100 GB free each month).
The New Relic Data Plus plan is for teams of all sizes that need access to advanced data capabilities, including:
- 90-day extended retention over default levels: Instead of paying individual premiums for data indexing and retention of each data source, customers will be able to choose which data is stored longer in New Relic without increasing their monthly costs per data type.
- 3x the max query limit and 10x the max duration per query: Engineers can analyze large data volumes faster, with the ability to inspect up to one trillion data points per 30 minutes and 150 billion data points per minute, compared to 300 billion data points per 30 minutes and 50 billion data points per minute in the original data plan. In addition, New Relic Data Plus customers benefit from an increased max query duration of up to 10 minutes, versus 60 seconds in the existing data plan.
- FedRAMP and HIPAA compliance: With the New Relic Data Plus option, customers in these highly regulated sectors are eligible to request additional security configurations to help with FedRAMP and HIPAA compliance.
- Advanced logs obfuscation: Engineers can track logs obfuscation rules directly in the log management UI and create anonymized identifiers for sensitive log data such as personally identifiable information (PII), access tokens, and other private or regulated data.
- Enhanced streaming and historical-data export (coming soon): Ability to more easily export New Relic data to external destinations for historical analysis and modeling, long-term storage, and integration with other data analytics platforms.
Yes. Available for Pro and Enterprise editions, our annual pool-of-funds option provides volume discounts, predictability, and flexibility with an annual commitment pool allowing roll-overs between months, rather than a monthly commitment amount with a use-it-or-lose-it limitation or monthly overage bills.
Yes. Pay-as-you-go options are available with Standard and Pro editions.
In all pay-as-you-go options, you will only pay for your monthly usage above the applicable free tier.
For Standard pay-as-you-go, you can simply add a credit card. Please contact sales for Pro pay-as-you-go options.
It’s simple. You’re only billed for the number of provisioned full platform or core users and amount of GB ingested per month above the 100 GB provided free to each customer monthly. The original data plan is priced at $0.30/GB, while the rate for Data Plus is $0.50/GB. At any point, you can track your monthly usage amounts in the Plan and Usage UI in New Relic.
No, within our usage-based pricing, you no longer have to count hosts or CPUs. Instead, you only pay one predictable rate per GB ingested—no matter the data source or type—plus paid user seats. In addition, every account includes 100 GB/month for free.
We are deeply committed to the security of your data. We use industry-standard security technologies and comprehensive policies and controls to keep everything you rely on safe.
We enable you to make personal data requests to New Relic in accordance with data protection laws, such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). You may also request HIPAA and FedRAMP-compliant data encryption and security for your eligible account and services.
Yes, you can cancel anytime with the pay-as-you-go option, and you will only pay for any usage prior to cancellation. Annual pool of funds are non-cancellable annual and multi-year agreements.