New Relic + VictorOps Band Together to Make Being On-Call Suck Less

VictoOps LogoThis is a guest post by Todd Vernon, founder and CEO at VictorOps. VictorOps is the world’s first collaborative platform designed especially for DevOps teams that combines the power of people and data.

At VictorOps, our single most-requested integration is New Relic. Why? New Relic is a completely unique platform that enables Dev and Ops teams to look inside the application software as it runs. This parallels the behavior of VictorOps’ users who want to know more than just when stuff breaks. They want to see the health of their platform holistically, as it’s running, and in real time.

Today we’re proud to announce VictorOps and New Relic integration. New Relic users can now leverage VictorOps’ first-class alerting and collaboration platform by integrating New Relic data into the VictorOps timeline.


[VictorOps timeline and incident list with a New Relic alert policy triggered.]

With VictorOps’ native Android and iOS applications, as well as a web interface, New Relic users get full situational awareness of their application performance at all times with the ability to collaborate around problems when they occur. This means reducing time-to-resolution and saving money.

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[Problem solved.]

The VictorOps integration is easy to configure. Just add VictorOps as a webhook in New Relic. See how to integrate in this 45-second video:

Read more about the integration in the VictorOps Knowledge Base and additional questions can be sent to the VictorOps support team at See for yourself how using VictorOps and New Relic can make being on-call suck less.

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