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Let’s look at 10 specific capabilities that make New Relic APM the application performance monitoring tool of choice for modern software teams
New Relic APM is a development-time dependency that you add to your backend code which will give detailed information about your application such as response time, throughput, and error rate wherever it is running. APM will show you the line of code that an exception was thrown from, the exact database query that’s slowing down your system, and even automatically build a map of all upstream and downstream dependencies to your application. Bear in mind that the setup process for New Relic APM will differ depending on the language your particular applications were developed in.
New Relic Synthetics is a distributed synthetic monitoring tool which will take a URL or Selenium-style script and execute it to validate your systems as if it were a user accessing your content.
This tool acts as a ‘canary in a coal mine’ notifying you of issues long before your users experience them. Synthetics is managed entirely from the New Relic interface and can be setup in a matter of minutes without a single change to your systems.
New Relic Infrastructure is a daemon agent which runs on your hosts grabbing server level details about the underlying infrastructure supporting your applications such as CPU, memory, and running processes. This tool is equally well-suited for traditional on-premises deploys as well as dynamic, cloud-scale environments.
In addition to the daemon agent, there is both a SaaS-to-SaaS integration with AWS to pull in additional data about AWS components as well as an SDK for instrumenting additional on-host systems such as databases, caches, and more.
New Relic One lets you find, visualize, and understand everything that’s happening across your software environment. Cut through complexity, provide context, and see across artificial organizational boundaries, quickly finding and fixing problems.
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