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Here's our latest technical blogs and resources of February 2023!
Monitor OpenAI GPT application usage in New Relic. Enhance ML models, reduce costs, and achieve better performance with your GPT models. You can monitor requests, tokens, and costs of GPT-3 and GPT-3.5 applications with New Relic to improve the performance of OpenAI ML models.
New Relic launches support for Amazon Linux 2023. Now you can monitor APM and infrastructure performance on Amazon Linux 2023 with New Relic.
How-to guides 🛠️
Monitor service uptime with Statuspage: Learn how to use a synthetic API script to monitor Statuspage uptime in New Relic and include Statuspage metrics in your logs.
Use regular expressions to extract data from your logs: Build a robust rule to get key-value pairs from log lines. Learn how to use regex and Grok to extract key-value pairs from your logs.
Five things you need to know to get started with New Relic. Sr. Developer Relations Engineer Rachel Foster helps beginners gain the knowledge and confidence you need to monitor the health of your technology stack.
OpenTelemetry metrics 101. Developer Relations Engineer Reese Lee introduces metrics and how to use them in OpenTelemetry. Learn metrics concepts and how to choose an instrument in OpenTelemetry.
Resolve issues quickly with traces in logs and errors inbox: Learn how distributed traces in New Relic are now surfaced in your errors inbox, APM errors, and logs so you can improve how you monitor and troubleshoot your applications.
Latest New Relic updates for metrics and telemetry in your IDE 💡
Optimize your development lifecycle with New Relic CodeStream. When teams can access code-level metrics and service-level telemetry right where they work—in their IDEs—you can unify observability for your development workflows and get more visibility into your apps. CodeStream supports all core languages, including Python, Ruby, .NET, Java, PHP, Node.js and Go.
Best practices from New Relic customers:
Hear from a team at Kurt Geiger about improving Core Web Vitals scores. Chet Patel, QA manager at Kurt Geiger, shares how his team increased the Google Core Web Vitals score for their online retail site from 45 to 90 in six months.
O11y as Code Workshops 📝
The final parts of the O11y as code workshop are now available on the blog:
Automate alerts and synthetic monitoring: Continue to automate the configuration of your observability tools in part 2 by learning to automate alerts and synthetic monitoring using New Relic and Terraform. Watch videos and work with samples for “alerts as code” and “synthetic monitoring as code.”
Automate tags and workloads: In the third and final part of our observability as code workshop series, learn how to automate configuring tags and workloads using New Relic and Terraform. Follow along with video tutorials and work with samples for “tags as code” and “workloads as code.”
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