Splunk App for New Relic Released
March 22, 2017
Share this

Splunk and New Relic announced a strategic alliance and a new integration to help enterprises improve customer experiences and drive revenues — the Splunk App for New Relic, available today as a preview release on Splunkbase, gives developers and IT operations teams a comprehensive view into both application performance and infrastructure health with seamless sharing of data across both Splunk and New Relic platforms.

The Splunk Platform collects, analyzes and visualizes machine data from all levels of the IT stack, including applications, infrastructure and wire data on the network so organizations can make business-critical decisions tied to troubleshooting, reliability and planning. New Relic’s Digital Intelligence platform collects and traces data from agents inside application code and infrastructure so organizations can make decisions on customer experience, application dependencies and code performance. Both solutions support cloud, hybrid and on-premises data center architectures.

Unifying machine data analytics with application tracing and performance metrics enables IT and business stakeholders to experience a faster time-to-value through visualizing data across both platforms. The Splunk App for New Relic integration enables developers and IT operations teams to quickly identify issues, reduce mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR) and proactively improve customer experiences. The result is improved revenues and expanded resources for engineering teams to drive a faster pace of innovation for their end users.

“Machine data is the fuel for digital transformation and those organizations capitalizing on the opportunity are leading the way in IT by monitoring and troubleshooting application performance, often with both Splunk and New Relic,” said Rick Fitz, SVP of IT Markets, Splunk. “The partnership enables our joint customers to gain value faster, whether their applications run on-premises or on the cloud. The integration breaks down silos within IT teams to be able to fully leverage both data and workflow insights across the platforms to gain deeper insights with fewer steps.”

“New Relic’s agent data provides visibility into the dependencies across customer experience to application code to infrastructure. When combined with machine data from Splunk, our joint customers will be able to troubleshoot and innovate faster,” said Jim Gochee, Chief Product Officer, New Relic. “We have heard from many customers that they want to standardize the tools and streamline the processes they use to run digital businesses, and today we’re making it possible with an all-in-one integration between two market-leading platforms.”

Share this

The Latest

September 25, 2020

Michael Olson on the AI+ITOPS Podcast: "I really see AIOps as being a core requirement for observability because it ... applies intelligence to your telemetry data and your incident data ... to potentially predict problems before they happen."

September 24, 2020

Enterprise ITOM and ITSM teams have been welcoming of AIOps, believing that it has the potential to deliver great value to them as their IT environments become more distributed, hybrid and complex. Not so with DevOps teams. It's safe to say they've kept AIOps at arm's length, because they don't think it's relevant nor useful for what they do. Instead, to manage the software code they develop and deploy, they've focused on observability ...

September 23, 2020

The post-pandemic environment has resulted in a major shift on where SREs will be located, with nearly 50% of SREs believing they will be working remotely post COVID-19, as compared to only 19% prior to the pandemic, according to the 2020 SRE Survey Report from Catchpoint and the DevOps Institute ...

September 22, 2020

All application traffic travels across the network. While application performance management tools can offer insight into how critical applications are functioning, they do not provide visibility into the broader network environment. In order to optimize application performance, you need a few key capabilities. Let's explore three steps that can help NetOps teams better support the critical applications upon which your business depends ...

September 21, 2020

In Episode 8, Michael Olson, Director of Product Marketing at New Relic, joins the AI+ITOPS Podcast to discuss how AIOps provides real benefits to IT teams ...

September 18, 2020

Will Cappelli on the AI+ITOPS Podcast: "I'll predict that in 5 years time, APM as we know it will have been completely mutated into an observability plus dynamic analytics capability."

September 17, 2020
One of the benefits of doing the EMA Radar Report: AIOps- A Guide for Investing in Innovation was getting data from all 17 vendors on critical areas ranging from deployment and adoption challenges, to cost and pricing, to architectural and functionality insights across everything from heuristics, to automation, and data assimilation ...
September 16, 2020

When you consider that the average end-user interacts with at least 8 applications, then think about how important those applications are in the overall success of the business and how often the interface between the application and the hardware needs to be updated, it's a potential minefield for business operations. Any single update could explode in your face at any time ...

September 15, 2020

Despite the efforts in modernizing and building a robust infrastructure, IT teams routinely deal with the application, database, hardware, or software outages that can last from a few minutes to several days. These types of incidents can cause financial losses to businesses and damage its reputation ...

September 14, 2020

In Episode 7, Will Cappelli, Field CTO of Moogsoft and Former Gartner Research VP, joins the AI+ITOPS Podcast to discuss the future of APM, AIOps and Observability ...