Pantheon Provides Free New Relic APM
January 17, 2012
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New Relic, a SaaS-based cloud application performance management provider, announced that Pantheon, a platform provider for custom Drupal sites in the cloud, has selected New Relic as its web application management tool of choice, and is offering New Relic Standard free of charge to their users.

Now, Pantheon customers can use New Relic to monitor, troubleshoot and tune their business-critical Drupal sites

Pantheon's platform makes it easy for organizations to develop, test, host, and manage custom Drupal sites in the cloud. Pantheon enables organizations to build enterprise-complete websites with the level of polish of a consumer-grade site.

Developers have a choice between Drupal 6, Drupal 7 and installation profiles like Open Atrium and Open Public. The platform's version control allows developers to roll back and forth between changes and test changes instantly. Organizations can even migrate existing Drupal-based sites automatically. Built by Drupal developers for Drupal developers, Pantheon makes Drupal development even more accessible. The addition of New Relic app management capabilities creates a powerful solution for deploying and maintaining superior-performing Drupal apps.

New Relic is fully integrated with Pantheon. To start using free New Relic Standard, customers can simply select the Pantheon site they wish to monitor from their account screen, then go to the 'Site Configuration' tab and click on 'Get New Relic'. Their site will immediately begin collecting and reporting performance data within minutes.

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