Superwise includes a model performance monitoring integration with New Relic to help users add the state of their AI as monitored by Superwise to their centralized operational view on New Relic.
Superwise’s KPI and incidents integration streamlines results of our out-of-the-box model KPIs, including drift, activity, incidents, and any custom KPI you configure, directly into New Relic. You’ll get an immediate overview of which models are misbehaving that can be tailored to any use case, logic, segmentation, threshold, and sensitivity.
In order to receive data from Superwise into New Relic, you’ll need to do the following:
- Login into your New Relic account: Go to one.newrelic.com > All capabilities > + Add more data.
- Click on Superwise: In the search bar, type Superwise.
- Select an account ID: Select the account ID you want Superwise to integrate with.
- Create two access tokens:
- Once you select an Account ID, you'll see the New Relic Integration screen. Under Model Metrics Data, click Create a key. This generates a .
- In addition, optionally, you can copy the auth token under Incident Insights. Keep the New Relic page open for future steps.
- Log into the Superwise portal: Now log into the Superwise portal and go to Notification channel settings. Select New Relic and create a channel name.
- Copy and paste the key and token in Superwise: Go back to the New Relic integration dashboard and copy the key and optional token you created by clicking on the copy icons. On Superwise’s portal, on the New Relic channel, paste the API key under Model Metrics Data, and the Auth token under Incidents. Finish by clicking Save.
- Verify the Token: Click on the Test button in the Superwise channel portal, to verify both tokens are working properly. A green or red status box should appear to indicate the verification.
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Once a user configures the New Relic integration in Superwise, standard model metrics are sent to New Relic and users get model observability dashboards within New Relic. Users can also configure any specific model metric and incident policy and send them to New Relic for model observability tailored to their business context.
Go to the integration dashboard: Once you’ve tested your tokens and confirmed the integration is set up correctly, return to the New Relic integration dashboard and click on See your data. This will redirect you to an automatically generated dashboard powered by Superwise.
Analyze Superwise’s dashboard. Superwise’s dashboard in New Relic contains 3 charts:
- The Model activity chart displays the number of active models, their activity, and the total number of predictions during a filtered timeframe.
- The Model input drift detection chart displays which models are drifting and may require retraining using a model drift leveler, scaled between 0 and 100.
- The Incident Insights chart displays how many models have open incidents, how incidents are being distributed, and deeper details on the model incident itself.
Customize metrics and incidents in Superwise: Teams can easily customize any model metric and incident type in the Superwise platform. They can then search for these metrics in the New Relic Browser tab under Metrics. To do this, follow the instructions in step 4 in the Superwise docs.
Set up alert notifications: Once you've created some dashboards, you can get alerted on your data. To create a NRQL alerts condition from a chart, click the chart widget, then click Create alert condition. Once you've named and customized your condition, you can add it to an existing policy or create a new one.
Get notified: Once you've created an alerts condition, you can choose how you want to be notified. See our docs on how to set up notification channels.
Correlate your incidents: In addition to notifications, you can use incident intelligence to correlate your incidents. See our docs on how to correlate incidents using decisions.
You’ve now successfully integrated New Relic with Superwise. Newly created alerts will now be correlated with your New Relic alerts and you should be able to see data about newly reported predictions.