New Relic One is a powerful observability platform that gives you access to all your data throughout your entire system. We host telemetry data sent by your entities, which basically is anything we can identify that has data you can monitor, including applications, services, hosts, etc. You name it!
While we provide you with an out of the box experience to see your data with curated dashboards, you can tailor the access to your data and custom the visibility in several ways, including in the UI or via API.
To better understand your data stored in New Relic, see Data types.
Regardless of your experience with New Relic, we’ll help you discover, understand and visualize your data.
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Just installed an agent and want to see your data in New Relic.
Know what data is available, but you want to understand more about what else is coming with that data.
If you’re an advanced user, use our query builder to tailor the data you want to retrieve.
Have a specific question and you want to deep dive on the data to get the answer.
Refine your NRQL query to dig down to the bottom of your issues.
Want to build a dashboard.
Create a custom dashboard easily from the data explorer or the query builder.
New Relic One offers several experiences that don't require knowledge of NRQL or any query language. On the UI, go to the Query your data button, or click the Browse data dropdown, then select the data type (metrics, events, logs, and traces) you want to explore.
- For events and metrics, use the data explorer, an intuitive data navigator to create visualizations. From the explorer you can switch to the query builder to see and refine your query.
- Distributed tracing query: a specialized UI for querying traces.
- Logs query: a specialized UI for querying New Relic Logs data.
If you're ready to do more than browsing data, become an all-hands actor and personalize your queries in the New Relic UI. Use query languages, including our New Relic query language or our PromQL-style query language, to edit queries with full flexibility. For example, you can add more
WHERE clauses, modify the returned value, change to other types of visualizations, etc.
There are two ways to write your own queries to retrieve data and build charts:
- Query builder in NRQL mode: Query using New Relic query language (NRQL), the same language we use to build most of our UI experiences, and the most advanced way of querying data in New Relic.
- Query builder in PromQL-style mode: Write basic queries using a PromQL-style query.
When getting into the New Relic platform is not an option, you can use APIs to retrieve and query your data in New Relic. For example, you can run NRQL (our query language) queries with NerdGraph (our GraphQL API).
For more information, see the introduction to New Relic APIs.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.