Detect anomalies automatically before they cause problems
Unlock telemetry data access for even more developers in your org
If you use New Relic’s Infrastructure Monitoring with Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), this post is for you. We are reducing the cost of ingesting Amazon EC2 infrastructure telemetry data, effective December 15th, 2021.
Monitor and visualize data drift, precision, accuracy, and more
New Relic provides a solution for you to configure, consume, and iterate on SLIs and SLOs across all apps and infrastructure.
New time-travel and troubleshooting workflows for DevOps, SRE, and IT Ops teams make it possible to quickly pinpoint and isolate offending on-premises, cloud, or hybrid infrastructure components, determine incident blast radius, and identify root cause.
Track errors, log changes, and update ticket status in errors inbox with the new Jira integration.
Applied Intelligence is now included for all full platform users at no additional cost, and with some enhancements.
The only observability platform with both
New Relic support for HPA
Pull data from PowerDNS servers directly into New Relic without installing any third-party software.
Our live digital conference for engineers by engineers is coming November 3, 2021
Flexibility on aggregation methods provide fewer false alerts and improved incident time to detection.
Bring production telemetry and collaboration tools to your IDE
Leverage 400+ open source quickstarts to get started monitoring your stack
With agent version 1211, all AJAX requests will be captured as events.
Find the what and when of an issue to troubleshoot the root cause quickly
See distrbuted traces immediately upon upgrading Node.js agent
Elimate the need to configure the agent for access to distributed traces
See distrbuted traces immediately upon upgrading Ruby agent
New Relic’s native support for OpenTelemetry includes GA support for trace data and early access support for metrics and logs with our OTLP ingest capability.
Triage APM errors without setting up a workload
See distributed traces immediately upon upgrading .NET agent.
Understand how the network is impacting your overall system performance
New Synthetic monitors now available in private locations
Get instant, code-level visibility without code changes or redeploying
Quickly and easily expand your alert coverage
Low-overhead, continuous profiling of your Java code in production environments
The first to support metrics, events, logs, and traces
Receive telemetry from Kube State Metrics, Kubelet, and cAdvisor for full observability for Kubernetes clusters running on EKS in Fargate.
Analyze the data that you send to New Relic
Finding patterns in strings easily with this powerful tool
Track and triage your errors from a single screen
Now create alert conditions directly from the query builder
Introducing issue maps, incident analysis, and relevant dashboards
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Without updating code or sampling data
Easily apply intelligent alerting to all of your services
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Instantly troubleshoot your Kubernetes applications without code changes
Control how you segment your log data
Monitor your PHP(v8.0) application with New Relic One
Synthetic monitors have never been easier to build!
Ingest OpenTelemetry data without adding any New Relic software into your services
Get visibility to the entire journey of requests, originating in your mobile app as they travel through distributed systems
Check out the changes we've made to the UI to help you see details and debug faster!
Now you can create an alert condition from just about anywhere in New Relic!
Create queries, alerts, and dashboards using log patterns and outliers
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New Relic Workloads are now easier to read.
We’ve made it simple to set up APM (Java and .NET) using our recently-launched guided installation flow, so you can instrument your systems and start analyzing your telemetry data in 5 minutes - no instrumentation expertise required.
You can now use Regex within your NRQL queries, and sliding time windows
More metrics, more often - fill gaps in your observability with Amazon CloudWatch Metric Streams and New Relic One.
Protecting your data is our highest priority, which is why we achieved the US Government’s rigorous FedRAMP Moderate certification in 2020. And now we’re adding support for Logs and Metrics to our long list of supported services.
Moving to container_memory_working_set_bytes and away from container_memory_usage_bytes metric
Quickly dive into the most time-consuming requests to your application or service
Get real-time visibility into your stack, simplify your instrumentation, and edit our docs
Reduce your MTTR with free Automatic Proactive Anomaly Detection, find problems fast with root cause analysis, and increase context for issues using topology correlation.
Automatically find root cause and respond faster than ever
Detailed log data made easier than ever
More flexibility and control for log message visualizations
Reduce alert fatigue and prioritize what’s important
Automatic proactive anomaly detection for free
See hundreds of entities in a compact, high-level view
Smarter incident intelligence and custom data visualizations
Ingest OpenTelemery data and logs, drop your data, and monitor your browser performance
Gain unprecedented visibility into your entire system
Keep your issues in sync, view your Snowflake and k6 performance data in New Relic One.
Filter sensitive or low-value data
We have a new live-stream changelog on Twitch!
Host-based log ingestion using rsyslog or syslog-ng with a new TCP endpoint
Python agent now auto instruments HTTPX and Django ASGI
View all your anomalies in a single place
New Relic now integrates with Snowflake.
Suppress or mute notifications with ease
Our engineers and product managers share their favorite features, capabilities, and integrations to help you be more productive and collaborative.
Surface insights with a new landing page.
For the events-to-metrics service, return an attribute's approximate value at a given percentile.
There's a new app for managing your API keys.
Our new extension improves observability of your Lambda data.
Sharing what you’re seeing just got easier.
See how easy it is to invite your team to New Relic.
We've improved the new errors experience.
New Relic is excited to announce the availability of real-time Java profiling using Java Flight Recorder (JFR).
Increase your chart resolution with rolling aggregates, powered by sliding windows.
Build observability pipelines from open source tools and alternative instrumentation sources with the New Relic connector for Kafka Connect.
Send metrics to New Relic using our Veneur sink.
Three big updates: The New Relic iOS and tvOS agents will now be distributed as the New Relic XCFramework Agent 7.0.0. For instrumenting React Native applications, we have an experimental open source React Native Module. Plus, we’ve improved reliability from our Android service and changed the way our service handles Android stack deobfuscation.
The Python agent now supports monitoring Uvicorn, Starlette, and FastAPI ASGI applications.
Use our Node.js agent plugin to capture executed GraphQL queries.
Webhooks now automatically deliver anomaly charts.
Check out our APM functionality for your OpenTelemetry data.
Store and receive sensitive third-party secrets data.
Save your table column, time range, etc. in the logs UI
Specify how long the system should wait before a signal is considered lost.
New Relic has achieved the AWS Outposts Ready designation, part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program.
Reduce alert noise by using our suggested correlation decisions.
Applied Intelligence now includes any relevant APM deployment data.
New Relic users with Pro or Enterprise Full-Stack Observability can now access and benefit from New Relic Edge.
The activity stream shows recent events so you can quickly see what's happening in your system.
Support for Windows logs with New Relic's infrastructure agent
We now have dark mode!
Gain full visibility into your workloads and infrastructure running on AWS Bottlerocket.
Your in-product destination for New Relic One updates!
Rely on the issue summary to help you identify and resolve relevant issues.
Use our Gantt-style timeline chart to see your related events.
We've added support for W3C trace context and Google Core Web Vitals!
Alert analysis gives you greater context for your alert violations and notifications.
New Relic can ingest data from Amazon's Kinesis Data Firehose.
Use New Relic with AWS X-Ray, a critical distributed tracing tool for getting visibility across your AWS services.
You can create Grafana dashboards with Prometheus data stored in New Relic!