NGINX Updates New Relic Plugin

By Posted in Using Our Products 17 October 2014

Guest author Andrei Belov is a staff engineer for Nginx, Inc., a high performance, open source Web application accelerator that helps many of the world’s busiest websites deliver more content, faster. This post was adapted from a post on the Nginx blog. You can see Andrei’s 2013 guest post on New Relic here.  We created the first…

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Nexcess Partners With New Relic To Provide Real-Time Analytics

By Posted in New Relic News, Using Our Products 14 October 2014

Good news for Nexcess customers! Nexcess has partnered with New Relic to bring software analytics capabilities to its dedicated server hosting plans and customers. With New Relic, Nexcess customers can leverage the real-time data generated by their applications to drive intelligent decision making and optimize the performance of their applications—and their entire application stack. Nexcess…

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Rackspace DevOps Automation Offers Improved New Relic Integration

By Posted in New Relic News, Using Our Products 9 October 2014

Guest author Eric Brinkman is product manager for Rackspace‘s DevOps Automation Service. This post was adapted from a post on the Rackspace Develop blog. New Relic is a leader for application performance monitoring. It offers real-time performance of your web applications in production, the ability to view metrics in a dashboard and the ability to alert off…

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New Products, New Features Highlight New Relic’s FutureStack14 Conference [Video]

By Posted in Events, New Relic News, Using Our Products, Video 8 October 2014

Today at FutureStack14, our second annual user and tech conference, we announced four major enhancements to our software analytics product portfolio—and a sneak peek into what’s coming next with Killer Data Apps! Each of these new capabilities helps you deliver a better experience to your customers, across all types of companies. If you’re developing front-end JavaScript code—check…

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