Getting Started with New Relic Insights [Webinar]

When Philo T. Farnsworth unveiled the first electronic television in San Francisco almost 100 years ago, it’s easy to imagine his wife saying, “That’s nice, honey, but there’s nothing on!” That’s one of the challenges in pioneering a new product category: It can sometimes take a while for people to fully understand and appreciate its value.

Philo Statue

New Relic is a pioneer in the field of software analytics, and New Relic Insights is a key component of our software analytics architecture. Like a modern-day Mrs. Farnsworth, perhaps you’ve wondered, “That’s nice, but what can I do with it?”

Fortunately, while many people still say there’s nothing much to see on television, there’s actually a whole lot you can do with New Relic Insights right out of the box. To spread the word, I am hosting a free, 60-minute webinar titled Getting Started with New Relic Insights. In this live, interactive session, you’ll learn:

  • What New Relic Insights is, and why you should care
  • What data Insights captures automatically, and how you can extend its power with custom data;
  • How to use New Relic Query Language (NRQL) to get answers to business questions in near real time; and,
  • How to use dashboards to display query results.

If you can’t attend the webinar live, go ahead and register anyway; 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 upcoming webinars, and can view training videos on-demand.

This webinar begins promptly at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific) on Wednesday, January 28. Register today!

Philo T. Farnsworth statue image courtesy of Wikimedia commons.

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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