Welcome to Plugin Central, where New Relic's partners, third-party vendors, and users can publish plugin agents that collect selected metric data, and users can install and view the plugin data on their dashboards as a set of summary metrics, charts, and tables. This allows you to use a single platform to monitor critical information about your application stacks, tools, interfaces, logins, alerts, and other data, and view everything from a single user interface: New Relic.
Developers can use the New Relic Platform to create plugins that monitor numerical metrics provided by external services, servers, or equipment. Alerting options are also available.
The Platform does not require a host license to publish plugins. In most cases, the plugin's agent runs on the users' server. SaaS or PaaS providers can also create plugin agents that run in their infrastructure and report metrics for customers who use New Relic to monitor their applications.
The plugin agent collects, sends, and stores the metric data in New Relic. Plugin Central provides a searchable directory for plugins that developers publish and make publicly available to users.
From Plugin Central, users can select and download whatever plugins they want to use. After users install or configure a plugin, they can view the plugin's dashboard data securely from New Relic's user interface.
To view information about available (published) plugins, go to New Relic's Plugin Central. By default, available plugins appear in alphabetical order.
Depending on the selected plugin, installation and configuration instructions will vary. Refer to your plugin's documentation for specific details. After you install or configure a plugin, it automatically appears on your New Relic menu bar, where you can select and view it directly. You may need to wait a few minutes for data to appear.
For more help, review the documentation provided by your plugin's publisher, or contact the plugin publisher's support resources (identified in the plugin's Support site link). Additional documentation resources include:
If you still have problems after contacting your plugin's support site, you may be able to find support from the community at Stack Overflow. Tag your post with