Data Sheet

AWS Cloud Adoption with New Relic

For businesses to remain competitive and keep up with customer expectations and the fast-changing business environment, they must embrace digital transformation and modern software. Moving to the cloud, developing in the cloud, and empowering a DevOps culture are all essential to delivering fantastic customer experiences that fuel growth and transformation.

As companies embrace an AWS cloud strategy, a roadmap for every phase and step can help you speed through the journey and reduce risk. Especially when you have hybrid workloads in on-premises data centers and in the AWS Cloud, a framework can guide your cloud adoption and maturity.

Gain agility and innovation in the cloud

New Relic’s Cloud Observability Framework offers a roadmap with discrete solutions for success in any cloud journey phase. Built on our observability platform’s power and our in-depth knowledge of developing and operating in the cloud, it facilitates an AWS cloud journey that makes your team and business more agile and innovative in the cloud:

  • Plan and execute migration to the cloud
  • Prove migration success easily
  • Justify and optimize your cloud spend
  • Modernize faster with proven best practices
  • Enable rapid innovation and agility
cloud observability framework

Observability: Successful cloud adoption at every stage

For most companies, a move to the AWS Cloud will happen in stages, whether one application at a time, a portfolio, or migrating all applications. Achieving anticipated outcomes along the way means you can move with confidence, knowing that you have the right information at your fingertips to plan and de-risk your projects appropriately. Observability provides the in-depth, real-time information you need to drive predictable outcomes as you migrate. In addition, observability:

  • Enables data-driven decisions, better outcomes, and accelerated adoption
  • De-risks complex migrations and helps you prove success after each phase
  • Requires that you instrument everything as a best practice to avoid blind spots and migrate applications faster

Why New Relic for observability?

Our New Relic One observability platform—composed of the Telemetry Data Platform, Full-Stack Observability, and Applied Intelligence—is essential to the success of your AWS cloud journey. Our predictable, affordable SaaS-based pricing model enables "observability for all." The platform enables you to:

  • Ingest telemetry data from any source to provide a consolidated performance view across the stack showing "before, during, and after" migration value.
  • Access analytics at scale, spanning technical to business data, for fast feedback on migration progress.
  • Optimize and justify infrastructure and cloud service usage through our deep integrations with AWS.
  • See errors and latency issues to spot roadblocks early and avoid costly delays.

How Fleet Complete used New Relic and AWS to keep data flowing and vehicles rolling

Fastest growing fleet data provider moved to AWS to drive hyper-growth.

  • Migrated 60% of workloads in 12 months
  • Modernized hybrid applications, adopting cloud architecture using a distributed model (Kubernetes, Kafka, machine learning)
  • Optimized with a DevOps goal of continuous software delivery by accelerating software release cycles from once a month to once a week

Read more about Fleet Complete’s cloud journey.

Why New Relic?

New Relic is built in the cloud, for the cloud. We are experts in developing and running modern software to ensure you get results, no matter how complex your environment.

  • More than 17,000 global customers—and more than 50% of the Fortune 100—rely on New Relic
  • Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for APM with 92% approval rating
  • AWS Advanced Technology Partner (migration, DevOps, government, mobile, and retail competency)
  • FedRamp certified

Proven customer outcomes

  • Data Center decommissioning: 25% faster
  • Accelerate "time to thrive" phase with 8% lower cloud spend
  • Productivity Improvement: 21% less engineering time
  • 48 hours of instrumentation can save three months in work effort and overlap costs

Next steps