As companies move from traditional monolith into microservices and shared components, and development teams span the globe, it can be difficult to track how all the pieces tie together, especially when isolating latency, errors, and anomalies. When you combine that with the time spent in the web browser and network, it can be even more difficult to get to the root cause when an issue arises.
That’s why we’ve added end-user originated traces to our existing New Relic Distributed Tracing platform, giving our customers the ability to quickly isolate incidents throughout their complex ecosystems.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
Common use cases for adding web browser and network visibility in distributed tracing
How to debug backend latency that affects the frontend user experience
How New Relic can ingest and visualize open source data - and our future standardization efforts