Hello, o11y community 👋
As the year closes out, I’d like to share our latest New Relic technical blogs and updates from the past month. Watch for more content in the new year that helps you use New Relic, try out new features, and build your observability knowledge.
Discover product updates
To optimize your error resolution workflows, read Prioritize and resolve errors faster. You’ll learn about our errors inbox enhancements, designed to help you track, triage, and act on errors.
Build dynamic dashboards with template variables: Learn how to create dynamic dashboards, easy to digest and filter for everyone who needs to view the data.
Dive in with hands-on tutorials
Shift left by monitoring your GitLab jobs and pipelines using OpenTelemetry with New Relic.
Learn to use the New Relic Flex integration in this four-part series that covers how to set up monitoring of your custom data and metrics.
Import all your custom data with just one tool: Learn what Flex is and common use cases.
Grok this geekery
What does IT have in common with the Shire? Everything I need to know about tech I learned from The Rings of Power is a four-part series (1, 2, 3, 4 to come Dec 27) that covers life lessons while indulging your inner nerd.
Learn with New Relic
What is observability? Observability is proactively collecting, visualizing, and applying intelligence to all of your metrics, events, logs, and traces, so you can understand your complex system.
What is APM? Application performance monitoring (APM) is the practice of using real-time data to track an application’s performance and the digital experiences of your end users.
What’s the difference between APM and observability? These concepts and practices are closely related, but distinct. Learn why you need both!
Understand the steps in the log management process—and why it's important to manage your logs.
Learn about MLOps, a set of practices to manage machine learning in production environments.
What exactly is Java garbage collection and how does it work?
Monitor Java applications and improve their performance in this blog of best practices.
To find and fix problems in your AWS Lambda-powered applications, check out Monitoring your AWS Lambda applications with New Relic. You’ll learn how to use serverless monitoring and synthetic monitoring to troubleshoot your AWS Lambda applications.
Managing Kubernetes clusters can become overwhelming, but best practices for monitoring and tuning Kubernetes performance can help you manage and optimize your system.
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