Digital intelligence leader New Relic, Inc. today unveiled the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform, a unified cloud platform providing full-stack visibility and analytics that deliver actionable insights about your digital business, and is designed to scale with your business. The New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform enables teams to act together to resolve issues quickly, create better customer experiences, and drive better results because everyone in your business has the same end-to-end visibility into your applications and the supporting infrastructure.
“To be a successful digital business today, you need to optimize for change and effectively manage complexity. Teams must have a single source of truth to be aligned, quickly fix things when they break, and strategically understand their digital business,” said Jim Gochee, chief product officer, New Relic. “The New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform is the unified source for everyone in the business to have full-stack visibility, draw actionable, real-time insights from their digital business, and scale as their business grows.”
New Innovations for the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform
The New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform delivers full-stack visibility from the host, through the application and end-user experience via a unified dashboard. Delivering actionable insights to developers, operations, and product teams, the platform is designed to provide:
- Easy-to-use, powerful analytics: New Relic Insights allow anyone within the digital business to get answers quickly and understand the impact on the bottom line. New Relic’s new Unified Dashboards enable anyone to easily explore and chart all the data in the platform within New Relic Insights, and pull the out-of-the-box charts from any New Relic product with a few clicks.
- Empowering amazing customer experiences: Deeply understand customer experiences with New Relic Mobile, New Relic Browser and New Relic Synthetics. New Mobile Crash Analysis helps teams reduce the time it takes to fix app crashes by enabling developers to quickly understand the common context across their crashes, including the app screen associated with the most crashes. Teams can now prioritize which crashes to fix through advanced filtering of the out-of-the-box data processed by New Relic, such as geography, device type, app version, and filename, as well as any custom attribute. Additionally, by clicking on any crash chart to add it to New Relic Insights, product leaders can evaluate the impact of crashes alongside other key performance and product metrics.
- Market-leading performance monitoring: Quickly understand the health of your application from the code to the infrastructure underpinning it. In combination with New Relic APM, New Relic Infrastructure, announced today, provides IT operations teams unprecedented visibility into the performance of their dynamic cloud and hybrid infrastructure and the ability to effectively manage the increased rates of change being made to it to keep their digital business running optimally.
- Powerful, scalable cloud platform: Delivered via a scalable, multi-tenant cloud platform with alerting, security, administration, and a plug-ins ecosystem to connect to the rest of the enterprise. Baseline Alertingin New Relic Alerts allows for faster configuration of alerts for unknown or new applications based on historical performance. This is critical for IT operations teams to create alerts with confidence, reducing alert noise, fatigue and false positive alerts, while enabling quicker understanding of application behavior. Customers can also now create alerts based on NRQL queries, the query language for New Relic Insights. With NRQL Alerting, teams can create highly customized alerts leveraging data and analytics functions from New Relic Insights. This enables customers to customize their monitoring and alert on almost any metric or KPI providing proactive full-stack visibility across their digital business.
Additional Resources and Availability
New Relic Infrastructure, Unified Dashboards, and Mobile Crash Analysis will be available to customers beginning November 16, 2016, in conjunction with the company’s FutureStack conference. Rollout of the new Baseline Alerting and NRQL Alerting capabilities will begin to customers on November 16, 2016.