Even if you are already using New Relic APM to monitor the performance of your Web applications, there may be advanced features and capabilities of this powerful tool that you aren’t using to full effect. To help you get the most out of tools like New Relic APMNew Relic Insights, and New Relic Browser, this month New Relic University is offering a series of free, informative webinars:

We invite you to join us and get answers to questions such as:

  • How can I use New Relic to troubleshoot performance problems?
  • How can I do things like create custom dashboards and configure alerts?
  • How can I set New Relic to notify me when my application is having a problem?
  • How do I use advanced features such as thread profiling, deployment tracking, and server monitoring?
  • What is New Relic Query Language (NRQL) and how can I use it to create queries?
  • How can New Relic help me identify which servers need my attention?

New Relic University webinar seriesRegister today! Attend all sessions or just those that interest you. If you can’t attend a webinar live, you can register anyway; you’ll receive a link to a recording of the event to view at your convenience.

New Relic University

For more information on New Relic training, visit the new and improved New Relic University page, where you can find a list of upcoming webcasts and view a full library of self-guided product courses.

 

Note: Event dates are subject to change without notice.

Phil Weber is a Senior Technical Training Specialist with New Relic University. He worked as a software developer for over 15 years, and has been a technical trainer since 2005. As a consultant, he worked for such clients as Intel and Kaiser Permanente. View posts by .

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