Instrument your systems and send telemetry data to New Relic with guided install. Our guided install creates a customized CLI command for your environment that downloads and installs the New Relic CLI and the infrastructure agent.
Ready to get started? Click the Guided install button. If your account reports data through our EU datacenter, click EU Guided install.
Our infrastructure agent discovers the applications and infrastructure and log sources running in your environment, and recommends which ones should be instrumented. The install automates the configuration and deployment of each system you choose to instrument.
With our guided install, you can instrument your applications and infrastructure and start seeing your data in New Relic in minutes.
The guided install uses our command line interface (CLI), the infrastructure agent for your host environment, and a library of installation recipes to instrument your applications and infrastructure for you. That means less toil for you.
Because our instrumentation recipes are open source, you can modify existing recipes, or build new ones, to suit your needs.
The New Relic guided install uses open source installation recipes to instrument on-host integrations. These recipes include installation and setup commands, information about logs, and metadata related to what’s being installed. They're collected in a YAML file for each type of system and have all of the installation details necessary to install the infrastructure agent for a specific integration.
On Windows, our guided install only supports Microsoft SQL Server, logs, and the infrastructure agent.
All other integrations are only supported on Linux.
The guided install automates the discovery, configuration, and installation of OHIs. However, there may be times when you want to instrument them one-by-one using the CLI install command.
To install any individual on-host integration, run this command:
curl -Ls https://raw.githubusercontent.com/newrelic/newrelic-cli/master/scripts/install.sh | bash && sudo NEW_RELIC_API_KEY=API_KEY NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID=ACCOUNT_ID /usr/local/bin/newrelic install -n INTEGRATION-FLAG
curl -Ls https://raw.githubusercontent.com/newrelic/newrelic-cli/master/scripts/install.sh | bash && sudo NEW_RELIC_API_KEY=<API_KEY> NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID=<ACCOUNT_ID> /usr/local/bin/newrelic install -n apache-open-source-integration
The table lists the integrations supported by the guided install CLI command. The specific on-host integration commands are provided for your reference.
Our open source integrations send performance metrics and inventory data from your servers and applications to the New Relic platform. You can view pre-built dashboards of your metric data, create alert policies, and create your own custom queries and charts.
newrelic install -n apache-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n cassandra-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n couchbase-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n elasticsearch-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n haproxy-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n hashicorp-consul-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n memcached-open-source-integration
Microsoft SQL Server
newrelic install -n mssql-server-integration-installer
newrelic install -n mongodb-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n mysql-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n nagios-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n nginx-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n postgres-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n rabbitmq-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n redis-open-source-integration
newrelic install -n varnish-cache-open-source-integration
As we identify areas where the guided install fails, we'll document them here and provide some troubleshooting guidance.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.