Cloud integration release notes

Friday, November 20, 2020 - 09:30

New

Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 10:00

Improvements

We are upgrading our Infrastructure Cloud Alerting to use the New Relic One Streaming Alerts back end. While you will not see any changes to the front end UI or API, the back-end implementation is moving to our new streaming alerts pipeline, with streaming algorithms that are specifically tuned for polling based cloud integrations.

As a result, your Infrastructure Cloud Alerts should have a significantly improved time-to-detect (they will be faster), with increased reliability and accuracy. The latency between when your data is retrieved from the cloud provider, and when it is evaluated by the alerts engine should be less than 1 minute. However, we can not improve the time it takes for the cloud provider to return the data to us.

This rollout begins on 11/12/2020, and is targeted to complete by 11/24/2020. There will not be any visual indication when your individual accounts have been migrated. They will just start to perform better. If you experience any issues, please contact customer support or your account team.

Thursday, August 20, 2020 - 09:30

New

  • The following integrations are now available in beta:
  • New statistics for AWS ALB and AWS ELB:
    • aws.applicationelb.target_response_time.p90
    • aws.applicationelb.target_response_time.p95
    • aws.applicationelb.target_response_time.p99
    • aws.elb.latency.p90
    • aws.elb.latency.p95
    • aws.elb.latency.p99
  • AWS ElasticCache Redis Nodes are now decorated with customer tags.

Thursday, August 13, 2020 - 00:00
Thursday, July 30, 2020 - 00:00

New

  • The following integrations are now stable (v1.0):
  • New metrics will be gathered for all Amazon ElastiCache clusters and nodes:
    • cpuCreditUsage
    • cpuCreditBalance
    • databaseMemoryUsagePercentage
  • New metrics will be gathered for Amazon ElastiCache Redis nodes:
    • cacheHitRate
    • db0AverageTtl
    • masterLinkHealthStatus
    • memoryFragmentationRatio
    • evalBasedCmds
    • evalBasedCmdsLatency
    • geoSpatialBasedCmds
    • geoSpatialBasedCmdsLatency
    • getTypeCmdsLatency
    • hashBasedCmdsLatency
    • hyperLogLogBasedCmdsLatency
    • keyBasedCmdsLatency
    • listBasedCmdsLatency
    • pubSubBasedCmds
    • pubSubBasedCmdsLatency
    • setBasedCmdsLatency
    • setTypeCmdsLatency
    • sortedBasedCmdsLatency
    • stringBasedCmdsLatency
    • streamBasedCmdsLatency

Friday, July 24, 2020 - 00:00

New

Friday, July 10, 2020 - 00:00

New

Bug fixes

  • As of today we verify that the "External ID" is configured to the AWS Role and we do not accept empty values. This protects customers from cross account attacks.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 00:00

New

Friday, June 19, 2020 - 00:00

New

Bug fixes

  • There was a service name that was EMPTY in the Azure Cost Manager integration. We fixed it and now all services appear properly. The error was caused by a lag in the Azure query, a simple retry fixed the error.
Thursday, June 4, 2020 - 00:00

New

  • Some of our AWS integrations now use the AWS Resource Tagging API (RTA) for fetching AWS tags. This reduces the requests related to fetching tags by approximately 90% for selected AWS integrations, and reduces throttling considerably.

    This feature requires new permissions: We sent a communication with instructions to all customers without the required permissions for the following integrations: ALB, CloudFront, DynamoDB, ECS, EFS, Elastic BeanStalk, ElastiCache, ElasticSearch, ELB, Kinesis Streams, Lambda, RDS, Route53, SQS and S3.

    The new permissions can be enabled till August 5th 2020. If you have questions or doubts about this change, reach out the New Relic account team.

  • Azure AppService Integration: WebApp slots are now supported.
  • AWS DocumentDB Integration: support for tags.
  • The following integrations have been launched as beta:

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