New Relic Expands Partner Ecosystem with New Technology Integration Program
October 26, 2012
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New Relic launched New Relic Connect, the latest addition to New Relic’s world-class partner program.

Connect is designed to let partners with complementary technologies easily combine New Relic’s rich app performance data with their own solutions and services.

Now, both New Relic's 30,000 + customers and partner customers can leverage these combined solutions to enhance their application lifecycle and cloud management capabilities.

Among the first Connect partners are Blitz, a load testing provider in the cloud; enterprise collaboration software provider JIRA/Atlassian; log management service provider Loggly; and web and mobile app testing provider SOASTA.

The Connect program enables partners to add New Relic’s 24x7 app performance, end-user experience, and server monitoring data via multiple integration points, among them RESTful API, RSS, and webhooks.

These integrations include deep visibility into application performance, streamlined workflows, and the ability to leverage New Relic data to automatically trigger actions and automate events for greater reliability and productivity.

Additional Integrations Are Available With:
AppFirst, Boundary, Campfire, Cedexis, Ducksboard, Geckoboard, HipChat, Leftronic, Lighthouse, PagerDuty, Pivotal Tracker, Solano Labs and Twitter

"This is the first time New Relic has enabled partners and customers to use integrated application performance data in a way that informs and enhances the value of other tools in their environment. New Relic Connect makes that integration easy. The wide range of partners participating and the growing number of integrated solutions significantly extend what our customers can do with New Relic data. It creates a powerful ecosystem of like-minded tools used by our mutual customers, all focused on making customer applications successful," said Bill Lapcevic, Vice-President of Business Development of New Relic.

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