Why it matters
Modern business systems are a complex maze of data-generating elements. You need an easy, solid way to fetch, analyze, and visualize the never-ending stream of data flowing from your daily working activities.
Use the query builder to:
- Quickly access your data and build customized charts to learn and understand the health of your infrastructure, applications, and other services.
- Add charts to your dashboards to obtain a complete real-time view of the state of your system.
- Share your charts with colleagues or users in just two clicks.
- Create NRQL from the queries you build and run.
one.newrelic.com > All capabilities > Query your data: Run queries of your data to create custom charts, other visualizations, and NRQL alerts.
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Before using the query builder, we recommend reading:
Also note that our NerdGraph API gives you access to more powerful querying features. For example, you can run queries across multiple accounts, run asynchronous queries, and more.
To find the query builder, go to one.newrelic.com > All capabilities > Query builder.
Query from anywhere
To access the ability to query from anywhere, you can opt-in by selecting the Try button on the Query your data page.
You can also access our query builder from an expandable window at the bottom of any screen in one.newrelic.com. Whether you're monitoring your services, troubleshooting an issue, or just browsing your platform, you can use explore your data without leaving your current view. Once enabled, just click the bottom bar of any screen within New Relic to use the console and to begin querying your data!
Use and share charts
Once you have built a chart you can:
- Change the type of chart. Based on the data you specified, the query builder selects the chart type that displays your results most effectively. However, you can choose from other available chart types to present your data in the visual format that you want to use.
- Share your chart.
- Add your chart to a dashboard.
- Create a NRQL alert condition from your chart.