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Synthetics subscription usage

Original pricing plan

Important

This doc is for accounts on our original Product-based pricing. If you're on the newer pricing plan, see New Relic One pricing plan. Not sure which you're on? See Overview of pricing plans.

For accounts on our original pricing plan, this document explains how we calculate billable usage for Synthetics accounts. This document also provides available subscription usage attributes and example NRQL queries to use in the New Relic UI or with API calls.

Data generation

A New Relic Synthetics subscription level is based on the number of non-ping monitor checks used during a calendar month. Once per day, every Synthetics monitor location will generate an NrDailyUsage event for every monitor type. This event will summarize Synthetics usage for that location and monitor type over the last 24 hours.

All Synthetics usage events have a productLine attribute value of Synthetics. For more information, see the Synthetics query examples.

Usage calculations

A New Relic Synthetics subscription level is based on the number of non-ping monitor checks used during a calendar month. If your monitor checks are fairly steady over time, you can estimate the current month's eventual usage.

Tip

Only the account Owner and Admins can view the usage UI. However, anyone in your account can query usage data using the NrDailyUsage event.

To view usage information in the UI:

  1. Go to: account dropdown > Account settings > Usage.
  2. On the Synthetics usage page, set the time picker to Last 30 days.
  3. Multiply the Avg daily paid checks by the number of days in the current month.

The Synthetics usage chart displays the daily count of monitor checks. The table value Avg daily paid checks displays the total number of monitor checks for the selected time period, divided by the number of days.

For more information about the usage UI, see Introduction to subscription usage data.

General attributes

The following are general (not Synthetics-specific) account-related attributes. These attributes can help you understand how your accounts and sub-accounts are using New Relic products.

Attribute

Description

consumingAccountId

ID of the New Relic account that is directly responsible for the stored events, as determined from the license key used.

consumingAccountName

Name of the New Relic account that is directly responsible for the stored events, as determined from the license key used.

masterAccountId

The ID of the master account that is either responsible for stored events or that is the parent of the consuming account. When a master account is the consuming account, masterAccountId is the consumingAccountId.

This attribute is present even for accounts that do not have a master account. This is to ensure continued reporting if the account is later made a master account.

masterAccountName

Name of the master account that is either responsible for stored events, or that is the parent of the consuming account. When a master account is the consuming account, masterAccountName is the consumingAccountName.

This attribute is present even for accounts that do not have a master account. This is to ensure continued reporting if the account is later made a master account.

partnershipId

Partner ID of the New Relic customer partnership associated with the account responsible for the stored events.

This attribute is only present if the consuming account is associated with a New Relic customer partnership.

partnershipName

Name of the New Relic customer partnership associated with the account responsible for the stored events.

This attribute is only present if the consuming account is associated with a customer partnership.

subAccountId

ID of the sub-account that is responsible for the stored event. When this attribute is present, subAccountId is the consumingAccountId.

This attribute is only present if the consuming account is a sub-account (not a master account).

subAccountName

Name of the sub-account responsible for stored events. When present, this attribute is the same as the consumingAccountName.

This attribute is only present if the consuming account is a sub-account (not a master account).

timestamp

UNIX timestamp (seconds since epoch) of the day and time when event generation was initiated.

Synthetics attributes

The following are usage-related attributes generated by New Relic Synthetics. To query this data, use a productLine attribute value of Synthetics.

Attribute

Description

productLine

The New Relic product the usage data is from. Synthetics data will have the value Synthetics. Use this value when querying Synthetics usage data.

syntheticsFailedCheckCount

Number of failed checks that ran on the given day for the given Synthetics monitor and location. Failed checks count toward subscription usage for Synthetics. Only checks with syntheticsType not equal to SIMPLE count toward billable subscription usage.

syntheticsSuccessCheckCount

Number of successful checks that ran on the given day for the given Synthetics monitor and location. Only checks with syntheticsType not equal to SIMPLE count toward billable subscription usage.

syntheticsLocation

Location the check ran in.

syntheticsLocationLabel

Human-readable label for the location of the check.

syntheticsType

The type of Synthetics monitor. Possible values: SIMPLE, BROWSER, SCRIPT_BROWSER, SCRIPT_API. For more information, see Monitor types.

syntheticsTypeLabel

Human-readable label for syntheticsType. Possible values: Ping, Simple Browser, Scripted Browser, Scripted API.

syntheticsMonitorName

Name of the monitor.

syntheticsMonitorId

Unique ID of the monitor.

usageType

The type of entity for which this event records usage data. This value is Check for Synthetics.

Query examples

Here are some examples of NRQL queries you can use with your Synthetics subscription usage data. You can run NRQL queries, and use the resulting charts in dashboards.

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