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New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform Updates—Spring 2017

 

Health Map for APM and Infrastructure

Every minute of downtime impacts your business. Health Map gives Ops and DevOps teams a quick and easy way to isolate the source of business-critical performance issues—whether they occur in the application layer or infrastructure.

New Relic is the only vendor to offer this type of connect-the-dots insight across both the application and infrastructure layers. Health Map is a cross-platform feature for New Relic APM and New Relic Infrastructure.

Get started with Health Map now

New Integrations for AWS

Deploy with one-click and unify your New Relic and AWS data with several new native integrations—including AWS Billing and Cost Management, AWS Kinesis Firehose, AWS Elasticsearch, AWS Route53, Amazon ECS, and Amazon ECR.

These integrations make it easier to view and account for your AWS usage—whether that means analyzing your AWS spend, preparing for a quarterly budget review or forecast, assessing the impact of scaling up your service, or looking at spikes and dips in usage and data flow so you can fine-tune your AWS infrastructure and application management.

Read the New Relic for AWS solution sheet

Infrastructure Monitoring SDK

The new SDK lets you view and evaluate data from custom sources directly in New Relic Infrastructure.

For instance, you can track a custom database that supports a critical business application or gain visibility into on-host services right along with other host-specific resources. Ops and DevOps teams can use this to gain a single, centralized view of system health, which can make it easier to troubleshoot issues and lead to faster problem resolution.

See how simple it is to use the SDK

Additional Digital Intelligence Platform Updates

New Relic Synthetics: New Public Locations

Run synthetic monitors from four new locations around the world and gain a broader understanding of the global user experience.

New Relic Mobile: Crash Event Trails

A list of events that happened in the app before the app crashed allowing teams to more easily diagnose the causes of hard to reproduce crashes.

New Relic Browser: Domain Conditions

Manage and control the sources of your front-end performance data, helping you maintain focus and accuracy.

New Relic APM: Node.js 2.0 API

Writing instrumentation can be hard. Particularly for async languages like Node.js. The new API makes it easier by doing much of the dirty work: It creates high-quality instrumentation that has feature-parity with our out-of-the box instrumentation for web frameworks and datastores. Read the docs on using the new API to instrument a datastore or web framework.

New Relic Insights: More querying power

Our New Relic query language (NRQL) got a big boost with new syntax: RATE() and FACET CASES() let DevOps better understand their systems.

New Relic Alerts: NRQL Alerts is now GA!

This enables customers to easily create highly customized alerts using NRQL queries on the data stored in New Relic Insights and the New Relic database (NRDB). Check out our blog posts “NRQL Alerts Goes GA” and “NRQL Alerts Will Change How You Think About Using New Relic Data” for all the details.

Read more about our Spring Launch on our blog.

New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform Updates—Winter 2017

 

More power for enterprise DevOps teams

Investigate incidents faster

Dynamic baseline alerts help you recognize and stay ahead of potential problem areas. Timepicker lets you narrow in on a specific incident time-window. Metric explorer lets you easily see both flexible event and aggregated metric data in a single view. And copyable dashboards makes postmortem activities easier.

More precise alerts

With the ability to craft precise alerts from NRQL queries, New Relic Alerts gives you nearly limitless alerting flexibility. You can also create alert conditions to help monitor your application's JVMs. This lets you easily watch each JVM within your app for performance issues, keeping quality high and customers happy.

Also released, dynamic targeting constantly looks for applications that have the appropriate labels, and then automatically applies the alerting condition to those applications.

Don’t start with a blank slate

Add-to-Insights lets you add charts from across the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform to Insights with the click of a button. For example, everything from JVM garbage collection statistics to CPU usage metrics to disk I/O can now be instantly pinned to Insights and visualized alongside any of your other charts.

Better illustrate your team’s impact

New Relic Insights is a great way to share context from team-to-team. For example, company-wide dashboards gives customers a master view of multiple accounts, so they can more easily visualize data from any account and share it across the org.

Ever-expanding visibility into the entire stack

Best-in-class customer experience monitoring

Crash analysis and MobileRequestError from New Relic Mobile lets you analyze the most impactful crashes and request failures and fix them faster. Source map support in New Relic Browser gives you more actionable visibility into front-end JS errors by showing you exactly where in the original source the error occurred, even if your code is minified.

Go beyond application visibility

New Relic APM now has more flexibility and depth than ever. You can monitor and troubleshoot database performance down to the individual instance with datastore instances for service maps. And we’ve made it even easier for teams to integrate and tailor our Java Agent to their specific needs with updates to our agent’s API. Customers running .NET applications now have access to error analytics.

Also, we now offer new runtime metrics for the Node VM (aka V8) and a dedicated Node VMs view for visualizing and analyzing this new data from the Node.js.

Don’t get pinged when you don’t want to

Maintenance windows in New Relic Synthetics lets you define one-off or recurring time-windows during which one or more monitors will not run, helping you avoid false alarms and keep your SLA data clean.

Essential capabilities for infrastructure monitoring

Intelligently monitor dynamic environments with our newest product, New Relic Infrastructure. Create alerts for “Host not reporting,” “Process down,” and “Fullest Disk %” metrics, letting you stay on top of issues and react with greater speed.

AI to aid your troubleshooting

With the unmatched power and cloud-scale of the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform underpinning it, Project Seymour uses machine learning to elevate the most interesting, most relevant, and most actionable bits of your data — helping you see your digital business even more clearly.

Seymour is currently in private beta. Sign up for updates here.

Availability

With the exception of company-wide dashboards, some alerting capabilities, and New Relic Synthetics new public locations, the features are generally available to paying New Relic customers. All features are scheduled to become generally available to customers by the end of the second calendar quarter of 2017.

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