New Relic Infrastructure

New Relic Infrastructure provides flexible, dynamic monitoring of your entire infrastructure, from services running in the cloud or on dedicated hosts to containers running in orchestrated environments. With real-time data collection, Infrastructure is designed for modern operations teams.

The Infrastructure UI gives you all your host data in one place: For example, the Inventory page lets you search the current status of your system and inventory, while the Events feed lets you see important events in your system, like admin logins, version upgrades, and other inventory changes.

Infrastructure integrations give you more visibility into popular systems. New Relic offers integrations for Amazon AWS services, Kubernetes, Microsoft Azure services, MySQL, NGINX, and more. Integration with New Relic APM connects the monitoring of your hosts and your applications.

With access to New Relic Insights, you can create unique queries to reach a deeper understanding of your data. You can also arrange important Insights charts and graphs into custom dashboards.

Getting started is easy: Installing the Infrastructure agent takes only a few steps, and you can also script your installation or automate it using tools like Ansible, Chef, or Puppet.

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infrastructure.newrelic.com > Hosts: New Relic Infrastructure lets you view the health of your entire infrastructure at a glance, or filter your view to show only the information most relevant to you (such as Amazon EC2 tags).

Install. Get up and running in Linux and Windows. Or, install via Ansible, Chef, or Puppet.

Infrastructure data. Learn what data Infrastructure collects and how to query it in Insights. Or, learn about Docker support.

Configuration. Customize agent behavior, enable log forwarding, or add custom attributes. Or, start, stop, or restart the agent from the command line.

Troubleshooting. Quickly find solutions if the Infrastructure agent isn't reporting data.