Use the Data summary and Event data explorer pages to see what event data is available to you in New Relic Insights. Not sure an attribute is populating properly? Use the event data explorer to look at a sample of the data being stored by New Relic Insights.
This document covers the contents of the Data explorer > Events page. See metric explorer for information on the Data explorer > Metrics page.
For more information on the kind of data available in Insights (metric timeslice data vs. event data), see Metric timeslice and event data.
Event data explorer
Use the event data explorer to view the data being stored by New Relic Insights. The data explorer includes:
- A widget showing information for one event type over a period of time. By default, it shows the past day as compared to one week ago.
- A listing for the most recent event of the current event type.
Most recent event
The most recent event for the current event type listed at the bottom of the page. Default attributes are underlined.
To see a list of recent events for the current event type, select See more samples. The listing will appear in an overlay pane. To close, select the X or click anywhere outside the pane. You may need to scroll left and right to see all the data.
The amount of data stored for a given event type can run into the hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of records. This report only shows a small sample. Use this view to review the structure of the data, not the contents of a specific record. For example, you can use it to make sure an attribute is populating properly.
For more help
Additional documentation resources include:
- Filter your Insights data (use the Data Explore to explore your data)
- New Relic Insights (an introduction to New Relic Insights)
- Accessing New Relic Insights (how to find the New Relic Insights interface)
- Query page (how to create queries on the command line)
- Viewing dashboards (how to view your data)
- New Relic event data dictionary (to view events and attributes for all New Relic event types)
- Metric timeslice and event data (Information on event data vs. metric timeslice data)