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July 6, 2018
New attributes for AWS services

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Changes

  • The default dashboard for AWS ELB has been updated: the previous chart named "Healthy vs. Unhealthy Hosts" has been replaced by a new chart named "ELBs with no healthy hosts", which shows more accurately the number of elastic load balancers that are not able to send traffic to any healthy target.
  • The default dashboard for AWS ALB has been updated: the previous chart named "Healthy vs. Unhealthy Hosts" has been replaced by a new chart named "Target Groups with no healthy hosts", which shows more accurately the number of target groups that don't have any healthy target host to send traffic to.

May 30, 2018
Changes to attribute names

Tags and labels attribute renaming

In order to make it easier to find common attributes across different data providers in New Relic infrastructure, tags and labels attribute names are going to be renamed as label.<name>, where <name> is:

  • The tag key for Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure integrations
  • The label key for Google Cloud Platform integrations

The previous attribute names will be deprecated on June 21, 2018.

If you are using tags or labels in alerts, custom dashboards, or saved queries for New Relic cloud integrations, be sure to rename them using the new format before June 21, 2018.

Azure integrations: Resource group attribute renaming

To make it easier to find common attributes across different cloud services, the resourceGroup attribute will be replaced by the resourceGroupName attribute on June 21, 2018. This affects Infrastructure integrations for:

  • Azure Virtual Machines
  • Azure Service Bus
  • Azure Virtual Networks

If you are using the resourceGroup attribute in alerts, custom dashboards, or saved queries for these Azure services, be sure to rename them using the new format before June 21, 2018.

Amazon Web Services S3 permissions

The list of specific permissions that are required to fetch monitoring data from AWS S3 service has been updated with the additional s3:GetMetricsConfiguration permission in integrations and managed policies.

Recommendation: Use a custom policy only when you are unable to use the ReadOnlyAccess managed policy from AWS. If you use a custom policy, be sure to check that the listed permissions are included.

April 12, 2018
New Google Cloud Platform integrations

New

  • New Relic Infrastructure can now collect metrics and inventory data from Google Cloud Platform services. The first integrations available are Google Compute Engine, Storage, Functions and App Engine. This feature is in beta. For more information, see Introduction to Google Cloud Platform integrations.

April 9, 2018
New AWS and Azure integrations

New

March 31, 2018
Additional AWS Lambda regions

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  • The AWS Lambda integration can now be monitored in these additional regions: South America (Sao Paulo/sa-east-1), Asia Pacific (Mumbai/ap-south-1), Canada (Central/ca-central-1) and EU (London/eu-west-2).

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