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At New Relic, our Reliability Fitness team takes alert burnout seriously. Here are six steps they take to make sure alerts are real and useful.Continue Reading
As New Relic begins the European and North American legs of its FutureStack Roadshow events, learn how a Roadshow date can elevate your game as a technology practitioner.Continue Reading
Insightful customer presentations—from LEGO, AO.com, Confused.com, and more—highlight New Relic’s amazing FutureStack18 London conference.Continue Reading
New Relic and the CoScale team share a vision to help modern software teams monitor increasingly complex infrastructures.Continue Reading
You don’t have to be a programming genius to contribute to open source projects. Here are some suggested ways you can begin contributing right away, at whatever level is most comfortable for you.Continue Reading
The New Relic Database team wanted more effective feedback in their code review practice. So they created some code review guidelines.Continue Reading
Stay abreast of the latest developments with the PHP scripting language by following these prominent and influential PHP developers.Continue Reading
New Relic site reliability engineers (SREs) are crucial to our DevOps practice. Here’s a look at one SRE’s busy day.Continue Reading
We ship our on-host integrations across several distros and versions—here’s how we use Jenkins to optimize our release process.Continue Reading
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