In his FutureStack19 keynote, New Relic founder and CEO Lew Cirne introduces New Relic One, the industry’s first observability platform that’s open, connected, and programmable.Continue Reading
We’ve given you control of New Relic One’s building blocks, so you can create custom apps in New Relic One to connect all your observability data.Continue Reading
New Relic AI brings actionable detection, noise reduction, intelligent assistance, and continuous improvement to modern software teams.Continue Reading
A fresh look at new capabilities in New Relic One, the first observability platform—Open. Connected. Programmable.Continue Reading
Use the New Relic Metrics API and Trace API to collect critical telemetry data from any source, and deliver more perfect software, experiences, and businesses on the New Relic One platform.Continue Reading
Log management today gives developers too much trouble and too little value. New Relic Logs offers a simpler but more powerful way to work with log data.Continue Reading
Our look at what the best IT leaders are doing to disrupt their industries and play offense with software.Continue Reading
Synthetic and real-user monitoring offer two distinct approaches for improving the performance of your website and apps. Learn how they work and where they excel—and why both are vital to delivering great digital customer experiences.Continue Reading
You can now track and diagnose all trace segments executing on the event loop in your asynchronous Python applications.Continue Reading
Our annual roundup again reveals which programming languages are on the rise—and which ones could be falling out of favor.Continue Reading
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