Updating your applications infrastructure

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New Relic Browser, New Relic Mobile, and New Relic Synthetics make the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform one of the only solutions that actually captures the entire end-to-end performance story.When dealing with cloud-based apps and infrastructure, you need the ability to monitor a wide variety of cloud provider integrations in one place.That’s just one reason we call New Relic a “true Saa S monitoring platform.” AWS integrations’ support for leading services—like Elastic Load Balancer (ELB), EC2, Elasti Cache, and many more—is built into New Relic Infrastructure, so all it takes is a single-line configuration change to monitor any supported AWS integration.With dedicated teams responsible for development and support of cloud integrations, we don’t have to rely on community-created plugins for cloud integrations; the creation, care, and feeding for these integrations is entirely owned by New Relic.Once you’ve identified an issue, trace data lets you identify the associated code that is causing it, which allows you to fix things faster.And our innovative new Health Map visualization integrates our industry-leading APM and infrastructure monitoring data to help ops and Dev Ops teams better understand and troubleshoot their applications.

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It’s also important that you have deep language agents delivering a profound understanding of internal application code to deliver critical, insightful data to the individual components themselves.

That way, when a customer calls support to ask why they got an error when checking out, you (or your support or Dev Ops team) can actually find the exact set of transactions, across all of the New Relic-managed tiers of your application stack, that caused the error.

Critical metadata such as error traces and custom attributes are available in New Relic to enhance trace and event data.

By segmenting your data via these user- and business-specific attributes—a customer’s username, for example—you can better prioritize improvements and sprint plans to optimize for those customers.

Many customers make use of our SQL-like New Relic Query Language (NRQL) to query this collected data, which is stored in our purpose-built, multi-tenant analytics database (aka NRDB) to create dashboards and alerts.

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