Here at New Relic, we pride ourselves on a commitment to continuous innovation. Our engineering team is constantly seeking new ways to help businesses optimize performance through “pervasive telemetry.”

“When you buy New Relic, you are buying something that changes all the time,” VP of Product Management Aaron “AJ” Johnson told attendees at our recent FutureStack17: London event, where he presented alongside New Relic Senior Product Manager Nadya Duke Boone. That means new features, new tools, and new capabilities are always in the works.

AJ Johnson and Nadya Duke Boone

AJ Johnson and Nadya Duke Boone on stage at FutureStack: London

For example? Dynamic Baseline Alerts, designed for the brave new world of super-dynamic software systems, use historical data to predict future performance. Or Health Map, which delivers one combined view of all your apps and the infrastructure hosts they depend on.

For a detailed introduction to these awesome new features, and a glimpse into New Relic’s world of incessant innovation, watch the full presentation from AJ and Nadya in the video below:

Don’t miss the other FutureStack: London video posts in this series:

You can see all available FutureStack: London presentation videos, including the keynotes, at our FutureStack17: London YouTube playlist.

Join us in New York City

Thank you to AJ and Nadya—and all our amazing speakers—for making our FutureStack world tour such a huge success. Join us in the Big Apple, September 13-14, for our 2-day flagship event, FutureStack: New YorkBe sure to save your spot—register here today.

Follow @futurestack and the #futurestack hashtag on Twitter to stay updated.

Watch a video preview of our FutureStack: New York event below:

Note: Event dates, speakers, and schedules are subject to change without notice.

B.J. Hinshaw is a freelance writer living in Northern California. Previously based in London, he writes mostly for B2B tech companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. View posts by .

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