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  1. Partnership accounts, users, and subscriptions

    ...account that owns a partnership functions differently from a regular account. If multiple partnerships have been set up, each has a unique PARTNER_ID. User roles and permissions are set at the partnership level and apply to all accounts created within that partnership. Accounts Accounts are the basic administrative...

  2. Java agent and Heroku

    ...Heroku is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution for hosting web applications in various agent languages, including Java. With New Relic, you can extend Heroku with metrics from New Relic APM, Browser, and Insights. If you use Scala, see Java agent Scala procedures for Heroku. Contents Requirements...

  3. No data appears with Heroku (Java)

    ...Problem After waiting a few minutes, data is not appearing in your Heroku app's New Relic APM Overview page. Solution Check the Heroku logs for errors with this Heroku toolbelt command: heroku logs --tail Check that the files in your Heroku dyno match the file modifications from the Java on Heroku or...

  4. Heroku: Install the New Relic add-on

    ...Heroku is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution for hosting web applications in various agent languages. With New Relic, you can extend Heroku with metrics from New Relic APM, Browser, and Insights. The New Relic add-on supports Java, Node.js, PHP, Python, and Ruby. Contents Install the New Relic add-on...

  5. Python agent and Heroku

    ...Heroku is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution for hosting web applications in various agent languages, including Python. With New Relic, you can extend Heroku with metrics from New Relic APM, Browser, and Insights. This document describes special considerations for using Heroku as a hosting service...

  6. Java agent with Scala on Heroku

    ...Heroku is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution for hosting web applications in various agent languages, including Scala. With New Relic, you can extend Heroku with metrics from New Relic APM, Browser, and Insights. For non-Scala installations, see Java agent and Heroku. Contents Requirements Before...

  7. Heroku: Set up deployment notifications

    ...The Heroku add-on automatically sends deployment notifications to New Relic for one application per account. If you add multiple applications to your add-on account, you must use the New Relic REST API to manually send deployment notifications for your additional applications. You cannot use a post-deploy...

  8. APM SLA reports

    ...Here is an example of the weekly SLA report for an app that has page load timing enabled. If you want to... Do this Show or hide details Select the End user tier (if available) or Application server heading. View the corresponding Availability report Select the Uptime link for any time period. View another...

  9. Create multiple accounts

    ...best practice to use the same license key for applications on the same host; this enables those applications to be linked together in New Relic. Ruby users can configure the New Relic agent to apply different keys to different application environments. In newrelic.yml, edit the Application environment sections...

  10. Manage apps or users with sub-accounts

    ...Relic paid subscription levels allow you to create a master account with sub-accounts for different applications. This is useful, for example, to limit users to viewing only apps relevant to their group. After the Owner creates one or more sub-accounts, those sub-account's Admins can maintain them like any...