New Relic Introduces New APM SaaS Platform for Developers
June 26, 2013
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New Relic is introducing a new, open and extensible APM SaaS platform for modern software builders, enabling a seamless view to monitor any technology through New Relic’s intuitive and easy-to-use interface.

With more than 50 plugins available today, including plugins for services Amazon Web Services, MySQL, and Rackspace Hosting, New Relic customers can discover or easily build plugins to customize the monitoring of today’s unique and evolving modern app environments.

Now, data from any component of the application stack, including database, caching, networking, queuing and PaaS/cloud services, will be available in a single location to streamline and automate workflows.

Plugins are free to any New Relic account holder and can be published in less than a day by technology vendors or anyone in the software development community.

Plugin authors use their technology expertise to establish the right set of metrics to monitor, while leveraging New Relic’s Platform, SDK, and data visualizations to provide anyone with an easy to use and powerful monitoring solution.

Key Plug In Technologies

- PaaS/Cloud Services: Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Windows Azure, Rackspace, Twilio

- Caching: Redis, MemCache, Varnish

- Database: CouchDB, EnterpriseDB, Microsoft SQLServer, MongoDB, MySQL

- Web Server: Apache, Nginx

- Queuing: Pivotal RabbitMQ, Resque

With the New Relic Platform, customers get:

- Single tool to monitor their entire application environment

- Access to a large and growing library of free plugins

- Ability to create custom plugins to monitor their unique environment

- Visualize all monitoring data with New Relic’s first class data visualizations

- Built-in alerting capabilities for all plugins

- Free data storage for all monitoring data

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