Monitoring Apollo Server with OpenTelemetry
Learn how to monitor Apollo Server, a popular framework for building APIs with GraphQL, with OpenTelemetry and New Relic. You’ll learn how to incorporate distributed tracing to view your traces and spans and get performance details like the duration and throughput of your queries.
Managing high cardinality data from Prometheus
Learn how to manage your high cardinality data from Prometheus so you can keep your costs down while still getting the data you need.
Use domain capture to group your engineering teams
Use domain capture to group your engineers in one New Relic organization. New users are automatically connected with your company's existing New Relic account. Consolidate your engineering teams for more efficient access to data!
How to monitor a Next.js application
Learn how to monitor both the server side and client slide of a Next.js application, including adding logs in context.
New Relic announces support for Amazon VPC Flow Logs via Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose
We now offer support for Amazon VPC Flow Logs, allowing you to monitor and visualize your logs in New Relic.
Using OpenTelemetry to reduce the web development tooling tax
Modern applications often use many tools, increasing complexity. Reduce the tool tax for monitoring by using OpenTelemetry.
Improve app performance with golden signals in your IDE
The four golden signals are response time, throughput, error rate, and saturation, and they’re all important to understanding how your application is performing. Now you can observe these golden signals directly in your IDE, at the level of your code, so you can see exactly how changes to your code affect your services.
Five key findings from the 2022 Observability Forecast report
New Relic just shared its 2022 Observability Forecast. Here are 5 key takeaways from the report.
How to convince your boss to prioritize observability
Need to convince your boss to prioritize observability? Try these 5 arguments from the New Relic 2022 Observability Forecast.
Monitor the performance of your CDN
Need to ensure your content delivery network (CDN) is performant? Learn how you can monitor Akamai, Cloudflare, and Fastly.
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