Introduction to New Relic One

New Relic One is a connected, unified UI that gathers all the data you already monitor with New Relic in one place. For engineering teams with complex environments, New Relic One helps you find, visualize, and understand your data so that you can deliver better software.

New Relic One is an entity-centric platform: an entity can be something you monitor directly, like applications and microservices, or indirectly, like data centers. We’ve grouped these together so you can focus more on how data relates to the big picture of your environment. With New Relic One, you get all the data you’re accustomed to, while being able to see how all your applications, services, containers, cloud services, and hosts work together.

New Relic One supports your teams and the work they do, not just your data. Quickly find and fix problems so you can confidently move fast with your software.

Want to learn more about New Relic One? Watch this video (approximately 5 minutes). You can also learn more about New Relic One in the full online course at learn.newrelic.com.

Access the connected UI

You can view the new, connected UI, at one.newrelic.com. If your accounts report data to the EU data center, access New Relic One from one.eu.newrelic.com.

Enhances the New Relic platform

New Relic One is not a product, but a way to interact with all your New Relic data more easily. This connected UI for all our products allows you to review your data in one place, and understand how everything fits together. New Relic One adds enhanced usability to the data you already rely on, by eliminating barriers between our products and bringing more data together at a high level. When you need to dig deeper, New Relic One provides links to other parts of the New Relic platform, ensuring you’re directed to the right spot for the information you’re after.

Like any other New Relic product or service, New Relic One is designed to protect you and your customers' data privacy. For more information about New Relic's security measures, see our security and privacy documentation, or visit the New Relic security website.

For more on going back and forth between New Relic One and other New Relic products, see New Relic's Explorers Hub post about New Relic One and accounts.

Quickly understand context

New Relic One gives you and your teams a connected view that cuts through complexity and allows you to:

  • Organize your environments and manage data more effectively with tags. Use tags to illustrate relationships and contextual information for what you monitor. By thoughtfully tagging your entities, you can connect all the data your teams need to understand their increasingly complex and interdependent systems.

  • Find everything you’re monitoring in one place, like entities or dashboards across your organization. Cross-account access brings all types of data together while still making everything easy to find.

  • Tailor custom dashboards for your unique needs. Create visuals that showcase your business needs at a glance, and make the most of your expertise.

  • Get more context while you query with the chart builder which surfaces data definitions as you craft and edit queries. You can read more data definitions with our event data dictionary.

Know your relationships and dependencies

We provide multiple ways to understand dependencies, so you can easily see how everything fits together and troubleshoot problems.

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See how each part of your system is connected.

New service maps illustrate your upstream and downstream dependencies.

Organize everything you monitor and provide context for your entities.

Add tags to all your entities.

Understand how everything is connected via API.

The GraphQL explorer manages all your entities, tags, and relationships.

Find a service or dashboard in a complex environment. Search by name across all accounts in the unified search, or filter the entity explorer by tags or text

View a list of all the dependencies for a service.

The dependencies view tab in an entity summary shows all the dependencies of the entity you’re viewing.

Track activity as it moves across your distributed system.

Distributed tracing helps you analyze your modern environment.

Know which teams are responsible for specific entities across your organization.

Create tags for teams and all the services the monitor.

Query your data more easily

The chart builder is available in all parts of New Relic One in the top header. With the chart builder, you can build charts no matter what your query language experience is:

  • Build charts without any NRQL experience in basic mode.
  • Wield your NRQL expertise to build custom charts in advanced mode.

Enhanced dashboards

Dashboards in New Relic One
one.newrelic.com > Dashboards: Quickly create information dense custom views into the data that matters most to you with dashboards in New Relic One.

New Relic One dashboards lets you build better visualizations more easily, with more options to customize.

All of your pre-existing Insights dashboards are automatically available as New Relic One dashboards.

Dashboard features include:

  • Perform NRQL queries and create charts and dashboards everywhere in the platform using the chart builder.
  • Build flexible, high-density dashboards with a consistent UI.
  • Manage your charts and dashboards easily using our quick-access CRUD menus and editing options.
  • Explore and contextualize data with advanced tooltips and zoom in functions to monitor what your systems are doing in real time.
  • Search your dashboards for attributes and metrics.
  • Send data to your dashboards using the Insights API.
  • Share dashboards or charts as a .pdf, or embed a chart in an external site.

Tailor your homepage

Select the star star icon for any entity or dashboard to favorite it. All your favorited items and their status show up on the one.newrelic.com home page. Favoriting your most important entities and dashboards puts them one click away when you access New Relic.

What’s next?

To get started with New Relic One:

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