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The AWS Cloud Keeps Getting Easier: Installing the New Relic Infrastructure Agent with EC2 Systems Manager

At New Relic, we believe observability is a critical part of infrastructure management, and it turns out EC2 Systems Manager makes it easier than ever to install, update, or remove the New Relic Infrastructure agent when creating EC2 instances.

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FutureStack14 Video: The Secrets of AWS Success

Cloud computing was everywhere at FutureStack14. Our second annual tech and user conference was all about modern software and data changing the way businesses operate, with increasingly more of this is happening in the cloud. And by far one of the biggest cloud computing vendors is Amazon Web Services. But according to Dylan Tweney, editor…

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AWS re:Invent Highlights Enterprise and DevOps as Key Amazon Priorities

If there’s one thing that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is good at, it’s moving fast. As AWS senior vice president Andy Jassy explained at the AWS re:Invent keynote session last Wednesday in Las Vegas (watch the video here), the company is well on its way toward releasing more than 500 new services and features for its…

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Condé Nast Successfully Makes the Leap to Digital Content with New Relic and AWS

Chances are, you’ve likely had a Condé Nast magazine dropped in your mailbox at one time or another. The media company’s portfolio includes some of the most iconic titles in publishing, from Vogue and Vanity Fair to Wired and The New Yorker. Although historically a magazine-first company, Condé Nast recast its focus a few years ago,…

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CTOs From GitHub, PagerDuty, and NuoDB Talk New Tech and Global Growth at AWS re:Invent

There was plenty of enterprise love going on at the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week, but Amazon CTO Werner Vogels also made sure to highlight the amazing things that startups like GitHub, PagerDuty, and NuoDB are also doing with AWS in a CTO-to-CTO fireside chat yesterday. Vogels sat down separately with NuoDB…

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Using New Relic to Monitor Applications on AWS OpsWorks

A good practice for maintaining highly available applications is to monitor the metrics that impact performance and service levels. AWS OpsWorks includes built-in integration with 14 Amazon CloudWatch metrics, including load, CPU, and memory, but you may also want to monitor other metrics, such as disk-space utilization or application-level metrics such as error rates. That’s…

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