Using New Relic APM to Monitor Performance and Availability [Webinar]

If you visit one of New Relic’s offices, you’ll likely notice big screens mounted on the walls, displaying metrics from our various applications. The one shown here is a from a sample application I use for training:


While the dashboards are attractive (and mesmerizing), not everyone has time to sit and watch them. You also have code to write and servers to manage! You want New Relic to notice when something is amiss and let you know.

To help you take full advantage of New Relic’s alerting capabilities, I will be hosting a free, 90-minute webinar on Wednesday, February 18: Using New Relic APM to Monitor Performance and Availability

In this live, interactive session, you’ll have an opportunity to learn:

I’ll be on hand to answer questions from live attendees, but you should register even if you can’t attend the event live; you’ll receive a link to a recording of the event to view at your convenience.

For more information on New Relic training, visit the New Relic University page, where you’ll find a list of more upcoming webinars, and can view on-demand training videos.

This webinar begins promptly at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific) on Wednesday, February 18. Don’t miss it: Register today!

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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