Use New Relic One's entity explorer to access the performance data from all your monitored applications, services, and hosts. For more information, see What is an entity?
To use the entity explorer: Go to one.newrelic.com and select Entity explorer.
All your monitored entities appear on the left. You may need to scroll your list of entities to see them all.
The entity explorer brings together data reported from across all of New Relic. Entity categories include:
- Services: applications and services monitored by New Relic APM.
- Hosts: servers and hosts monitored by New Relic Infrastructure.
- Mobile applications: apps monitored by New Relic Mobile.
- Browser applications: apps monitored by New Relic Browser.
- Integration-reported data: data from services monitored by New Relic integrations will also be listed, including on-host integrations, like Kubernetes, and cloud integrations, like Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure.
Want to learn more about entities in New Relic One? Read the Accounts in New Relic One post in New Relic's Explorers Hub. Or, watch this video (less than 4 min). You can also learn more about New Relic One in the full online course.
Health (alert) status
The entity explorer shows a color-coded alert status from New Relic Alerts for entities. For example, you may see a red alert status indicating a critical violation in progress.
- To see what an alert status means, mouse over it.
- To see details about an entity's alerting status, select the entity.
NRQL alert conditions aren't used to determine alert status because they aren't associated with specific entities.
Filter by tag or entity name
There are a couple ways to filter down to specific types of entities:
- Filter entities by tags: Use Filter with tags at the top of the page. For example, you may want to filter down to only entities tagged with
production, or only entities with a specific AWS region tag. For more about tags, see Tagging.
- Filter by entity name: Use Search services by name at the top of the page.
New Relic One entity data retention
Data retention for entities depends on these factors:
|Entity data from...||Data retention|
|New Relic One entity explorer and search||Data is available for eight days after an entity no longer exists, with one exception: data reported by integrations, such as Amazon AWS, is only available for one day after an entity no longer exists.|
|New Relic database (accessible with NRQL query)||Data availability is dependent on subscription-related data retention periods.|
As a result of these factors, a short-lived entity (like a cloud host) may not be available in the New Relic One entity list or by search, but its data may still be available via NRQL query.