Create your New Relic account

To create a New Relic account, go to newrelic.com/signup. Or, if you have a specific offer from a New Relic partner, follow that link directly.

If you have already created an account, but are having trouble logging in, see Troubleshoot password or login problems.

Account security

New Relic uses a role-based structure so that you have direct control over who can access or change your account settings. For more information about New Relic's security measures, see our security and privacy documentation, or visit the New Relic security website.

Sign up for New Relic account

To create an account and get started:

  1. Follow the instructions at newrelic.com/signup.
  2. Check your email for a confirmation link.
  3. Sign in to New Relic, and follow the instructions to get started in Introduction to New Relic.

Troubleshooting

Try these troubleshooting tips for logging in to your account:

Problem Tip
New account signup If you have problems when signing up for your New Relic account, select the link on the signup page to start a chat session with New Relic.
Account login If you have password or email problems, or if you have problems logging in to New Relic after you sign up for an account, see New Relic's troubleshooting tips.
SAML SSO accounts If you have problems logging in to New Relic with a SAML Single Sign On (SSO) enabled account, see New Relic's troubleshooting tips.

Get New Relic products

For procedures on how to get New Relic APM, Infrastructure, Browser, Mobile, and other products, see Install the agent.

Add to allow list

Recommendation: Add noreply@newrelic.com and *@mailer-d.newrelic.com to your allow list of trusted email sources. This helps to:

  • Prevent New Relic emails from being trapped in your spam filters.
  • Prevent your email from being added to suppression lists.

For help with adding email addresses to your allow list, contact your organization's email administrator.

For more help

For a library of videos about using New Relic products and features, visit New Relic University.

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