Added support for the Jedis client versions 1.4.0 or higher. You can now see your Redis calls in breakdowns in the overview chart, entries in the Databases tab, and segments in transaction traces.
Updated RabbitMQ instrumentation to support RabbitMQ 3.5 and higher.
Cross Application Tracing API
Use the cross application tracing API when the agent does not provide cross application tracing support for your application. See the documentation
Play 2 Framework
Improved instrumentation for Play controller classes.
Starting in this release, the New Relic Java agent detects when memory is nearly exhausted and trips a “circuit breaker” that limits the agent’s memory usage. The agent won’t report transactions while the circuit breaker is tripped, so throughput will be understated. In the rare case that the circuit breaker trips, the New Relic UI will provide more information. For more details, see the documentation.
Added configuration to disable Deadlock Detection
Under very heavy load conditions with many threads, the Deadlock Detector service may slow response time. You can now disable this feature with the following setting:deadlock_detector:enabled: false
Reduced the memory overhead of the Java agent
Play 2 Framework
The Java Agent now honors the
segment_limitsetting for async traces, and can now handle much deeper async traces. This is useful to decrease if you're experiencing slower response time or high memory overhead when executing large async transactions.
Cross-application requests from other New Relic-instrumented applications will reliably appear in the App and Transaction maps.
The proxy_host name is no longer sent to New Relic.
Fixed issue where external transactions were reported twice when using HttpURLConnection. Previously, this caused throughput to appear doubled.