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brunkle@newrelic.com'Belinda Runkle is an engineering manager at New Relic where she manages the teams that build New Relic’s PHP, Python, and Node.js support.

Once Again, Gartner Names New Relic a “Leader” in the Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring

By Posted in New Relic News, Top Post 30 October 2014

We are excited to share some awesome news. For the third year in a row, the industry research firm Gartner has named New Relic as a “Leader” in their Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring (by Jonah Kowall and Will Cappelli, October 28, 2014). I wrote a post last year describing how the research firm looks at things,…

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25 PHP Developers to Follow Online

By Posted in Nerd Culture, Tech Topics 2 May 2014

Building PHP frameworks is hard, but following these PHP source and framework committers on Twitter is easy. You’ll learn lots of interesting bits about what’s happening in their respective communities, and if you want to see where the PHP and PHP framework communities are going next, just watch your feed for these folks. Here’s a…

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DrupalCon 2013: Introducing Drupal Hooks and Views Metrics

We <3 Drupal! DrupalCon has returned to Portland. And naturally we’re very excited about our most recent release of the New Relic PHP agent. The Drupal ecosystem has been a huge part of New Relic’s success. The ‘come for the software, stay for the community’ aspect of Drupal makes it one of the busiest and enthusiastic…

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New Relic Server Monitoring Now Available for Joyent SmartOS

You asked for it and we’ve delivered. New Relic has just launched support for Joyent SmartOS for our Server Monitoring feature. Those of you that are already familiar with our Server Monitoring know it works like a champ under Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat, CentOS, and Windows Server. Now we’ve collaborated with the smart folks over at…

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